International spa consultancy Resense has been commissioned to design, implement and support the management of the new Kempinski The Spa at Kempinski Hotel 8 Conlay, Kuala Lumpur.
The 260-room Kempinski Hotel 8 Conlay Kuala Lumpur is planned to open in Q1 2022. The Resense-designed spa, gym, and pool deck will be located on the 9th floor, so that guests can make the most out of the views of Kuala Lumpur.
The 1,200sq m (12,917sq ft) wellness space will offer four single treatment rooms, two double treatment rooms, one Vichy room, one foot massage room and one VIP suite.
Visitors will be able to indulge in a wide variety of heat experiences through a circuit that includes different heat rooms, an aroma-infused steam room and a glass-fronted bio sauna.
A relaxation lounge will be at the heart of the space, for guests to spend time prior or post-treatment, and the spa will also include a retail area where international product brands will be available for purchase.
Resense has designed the spa with the goal of differentiating it from other wellness facilities in the city, through well-sized and placed features to maximise performance, along with innovative spa treatments and top-quality service.
Unique features from the spa will come in the form of advanced semi-medical skin care treatments and skin analysis technologies, as well as advanced cosmeceutical treatments, which will complete the offering.
While the core treatment concept focuses on wellness and balance, the advanced treatment concept will combine all aspects of internal and external wellness, with advanced techniques and technologies designed to help guests look and feel younger.
Other leisure facilities in the hotel include a swimming pool and a fitness experience, which will provide guests with a comprehensive gym offering through cardio and stretching options, fixed and free weights, and a floor-work area.
The interior design of the spa aims to blend five-star luxurious interior features with that of the Malaysian culture, with carvings, weavings, and colourful handcrafts that resonate with the local culture. However, the design will remain timeless through the use of precious metals and woods and a colour palette that mixes white, grey, brown and gold tones.