With five seawater pools, a comprehensive Thalassotherapy programme and Russian Banya, we are well qualified to become the leading spa in Cyprus
– Paris Kounoudis, director of Lifestyle at Parklane
The Parklane resort – previously the Le Meridien Limassol – is set to open its new Kalloni Spa as part of an estimated €70m (US$83m, £62m) renovation.
Now part of Marriott's Luxury Collection, the Cypriot resort is well-known for its thalassotherapy offerings, which will continue to be a focal point for the 3,000sq m (32,292sq ft) Kalloni Spa. The spa is expected to open in March 2019 and become one of the largest spas in Cyprus.
It will boast twelve indoor and two outdoor treatment rooms, as well as three spa suites, two of which will include Russian banya facilities and five seawater pools to exfoliate and detoxify the skin, as well as relax the muscles.
Its extensive treatment menu – developed with the spa's brand partners including Biologique Recherche, Carol Joy, Voya and Gentleman's Tonic – includes a supervised thalassotherapy programme and a traditional Russian banya treatment, alongside facial treatments and massages.
The spa will also play host to the Carol Joy hair salon, the first in the region, which will offer a range of Mediterranean-inspired hair treatments, as well as a barber's offering grooming and skincare treatments from Gentleman's Tonic and Advanced Derma Care.
"We are thrilled to reveal details of our exclusive treatment menu only available at Parklane," said Paris Kounoudis, director of Lifestyle at Parklane. "We are delighted to be working with some of the finest names in international wellness to develop a programme of cutting-edge treatments, utilising the spectacular healing powers of the region. With five seawater pools, a comprehensive thalassotherapy programme and Russian Banya, we are well qualified to become the leading spa in Cyprus."