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Anantara’s new Chinese resort to offer in-room spa treatments
POSTED 08 Jun 2017 . BY Tom Walker
The new Anantara Guiyang Resort in southern China will look to extend the spa journey into guest rooms with the option of in-room treatments.

The 218-bedroom resort, located in the province of Guizhou, will offer an “über luxury” accommodation option with a number of three bedroom, two-storey Pool Villas.

Each villa will have its own pool, gym and a private massage room.

A selection of treatments from the resort’s on-site Anantara Spa – such as signature treatments based on China’s ancient healing traditions – can be administered in the private massage space.

Resort guests will also be able to experience the spa journeys at the Anantara spa, which has five single treatment rooms, a double treatment room and a group reflexology area.

Treatments on the menu range from tea-inspired therapies to an Exotic Bamboo Massage, performed according to ancient traditions.

The Guiyang resort opened on 1 June and is part of parent company Minor Hotel Group’s plans to expand its Asian and Middle Eastern portfolios.

Earlier this year, it launched two Anantara-branded resorts in Oman.
 


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Anantara’s new Chinese resort to offer in-room spa treatments
BY Tom Walker

Resort facilities include an Anantara-branded spa and an indoor swimming pool

Resort facilities include an Anantara-branded spa and an indoor swimming pool

The new Anantara Guiyang Resort in southern China will look to extend the spa journey into guest rooms with the option of in-room treatments.

The 218-bedroom resort, located in the province of Guizhou, will offer an “über luxury” accommodation option with a number of three bedroom, two-storey Pool Villas.

Each villa will have its own pool, gym and a private massage room.

A selection of treatments from the resort’s on-site Anantara Spa – such as signature treatments based on China’s ancient healing traditions – can be administered in the private massage space.

Resort guests will also be able to experience the spa journeys at the Anantara spa, which has five single treatment rooms, a double treatment room and a group reflexology area.

Treatments on the menu range from tea-inspired therapies to an Exotic Bamboo Massage, performed according to ancient traditions.

The Guiyang resort opened on 1 June and is part of parent company Minor Hotel Group’s plans to expand its Asian and Middle Eastern portfolios.

Earlier this year, it launched two Anantara-branded resorts in Oman.



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