Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort Spa and Casino (Palm Beach, Aruba) recently completed a multimillion-dollar renovation that includes an adults-only pool, new dining experiences under the stars, and a transformed ZoiA Spa. The new spa encourages guests to find balance through the spa’s emphasis on energy, purity, serenity, and devotion. The menu offers a variety of treatments such as the Aruba Sun Rescue ($155, 45 minutes) using local aloe; Island Breeze ($210, 75 minutes), which includes a pineapple sugar scrub; and Massage den Awa ($195, 45 minutes), a gentle form of body therapy performed in the pool for deep relaxation combining elements of massage, shiatsu, and muscle stretching. The resort also introduced wellness offerings, such as the new Rise and Shine program that features alternating weekday activities like rejuvenating yoga stretches and breathing exercises on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays; calming tai chi and deep-breathing exercises on Tuesdays; meditation and muscle-soothing exercises on Thursdays; and aerial yoga on Saturdays. “Today, more than ever, guests are looking for experiences that will help fortify the body and mind,” says Avery Shipley, wellness and wellbeing ambassador at Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort Spa and Casino. “Our new Rise and Shine program offers a variety of wellness activities at 7:30 a.m. to give attendees the opportunity to start the day with the right mindset and feeling refreshed.”
For information on more new programs and offerings at spas, visit the May/June issue of American Spa.