SIX SENSES SPAS IS RESPONSIBLE for spa management and operations at Evason Hua Hin, located three hours by car from Bangkok and ideally situated on the Gulf of Siam.
Six Senses Spa provides a peaceful sanctuary away from the bustle of Hua Hin, the oldest beach town, often associated with the Thai elite. The spa has been integrated into the surrounding landscape of gardens and lotus ponds.
The natural environment has provided inspiration for the spa’s four indoor treatment rooms, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows that reveal intimate outdoor gardens.
An additional six treatment pavilions, two of which are open-air, are surrounded by ponds filled with water lilies and provide a feeling of floating on water that evokes a sense of healing and calmness. The water theme continues through to the relaxation area, which is surrounded by reflective pools and features suspended chairs to enhance the post-treatment renewal.
The sound of flowing water is enhanced by the sounds of Himalayan singing bowls displayed around the spa reception. There is also a retail area with a range of Six Senses products and gifts so guests can continue their wellness journey at home.
One of the design highlights is the cave room which conjures up an image of a floating island catching orange rays of the setting sun. Created by LED lights, the colour is known for its positive effects on your alertness and activity levels.
Mark Sands, area director Thailand & Vietnam of Six Senses Spas, said “The resort not only offers a stunning location but a sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of modern city life. It gives us a chance to reconnect with nature and enjoy the wonderful treatments. Our experienced team offers a variety of treatments, ranging from the beauty touch ups, to holistic massages and results driven detox programs. We are also delighted to be offering Yogic Detox and Discover Yoga from our recent Yogic-inspired wellness programs, providing a layered approach to wellness.”
The spa offers a comprehensive menu of signature massages, facials and body treatments as well as specialist therapies and beauty to revitalize the body and calm the mind. Guests can kick-start their wellness routine with a three-day detox program combining specialist treatments with wellness cuisine and cleansing juices, Thai herbal supplements, fitness and yoga. Private and group classes of yoga, meditation and Tai Chi are also on offer.
Evason Hua Hin is currently undergoing an exciting refurbishment program of its 192 guest accommodations and dining outlets. All guest rooms and pool villas will feature a fresh, new look with white wash finishes. Plunge pools in all 40 pool villas will be resurfaced with turquoise blue pool tiles. The resort’s room inventory will also include the introduction of Family Suites. The four Family Suites each feature two bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, separate large living room, dining area and pantry. Dining outlets will be upgraded with new furniture, soft goods, and interior enhancements while the main infinity edge pool decking will be replaced with aged New Zealand pine. Work is expected to be completed by November 2014.