Swiss wellness resort operator Chenot Group has announced plans to open three additional locations, hot on the heels of a launch in Azerbaijan
The Chenot Palace Weggis, Switzerland will open in 2019, which will be based on the model in Gabala, Azerbaijan, and will become the brand’s leading medical research, innovation and training centre.
Plans are also underway for openings in Dubai and Marbella in 2020 and 2022, respectively.
Founded by Henri Chenot, the Chenot Group specialises in detox, preventive and regenerative treatments, as well as products that promote healthy living and protection from premature ageing.
Henri Chenot opened the first Chenot Wellness Centre at Cannes Polyclinic in 1974, and established the Chenot Method, which is based on the principles of traditional Chinese healing combined with scientific advances in Western medicine.
Following an initial diagnostics process, tailored treatments are used to detoxify and reactivate energy channels and organic functions through a three-stage process of elimination, assimilation and regeneration.
Treatments are combined with nutritional advice with an aim to restore balance and preserve vitality.
Chenot Group also will be looking to open further urban medical day spas, designed to deliver ‘top-up’ treatments to support guests care between visits.
Additionally, Chenot Group has added a facial skincare range to its cosmetics product line, which is based on specialised, evidence-based laboratory research, as well as a range of herbal teas and food supplements.