Allegria Spa at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek
The Allegria therapists use ancient Feng Shui principles to create harmony and positive energy flow, coupled with the latest razzle-dazzle offerings of the ongoing spa craze. You’ll be so meltingly relaxed and in touch with your “chi” that they might have to carry you out of here.
Total bliss comes in lots of yummy flavors at Allegria Spa. Among their specialties are the scrubs like Wild Berry and Honey, Sweet Orange and Citrus Glow, Ginger Peach Deluxe, and Sweet Lavender Milk Bath. For a full body treatment, try the “Peace,” ” Energy” or “Balance” rituals. The therapist uses warm, aromatic elixirs to gently rub away that icky dry skin, then you’re cocooned in a fragrant, moisturizing body wrap followed by a massage..mmmm.
Allegria’s extensive fitness center, heated outdoor pool and hot tubs are yours for the day when you have a treatment at the spa. A natural to soothe those sports-shocked muscles after a day on the slopes or a spa workout: a massage. In keeping with their oriental motif, Allegria offers a number of rejuvenating Far East-inspired treatments as well as classic Swedish and deep tissue massage. Shiatsu is a Japanese method, focusing on kneading and pressure points, that is said to relieve sore muscles and headaches; the Thai massage lets you keep your clothes on while doing yoga and shiatsu moves.
Top off your day of delicious indulgence at Allegria’s salon, with a deluxe facial, a manicure or pedicure, and maybe a fabulous hair and makeup re-do. Cinderella, your carriage awaits!
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