Travelers visiting Kazakhstan in Central Asia in the coming months, will have a new option for a spa treatment with opening of Six Senses Spa at the 37-story Esentai Tower (the tallest in the region). Known for their luxurious accommodations and wellness centers, Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas is located around the world as well as in prestigious hotels. It is comprised of nine resorts and 28 spas.
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The addition of the 28th spa in Central Asia is part of the company’s plan to double in size over the next three years, with each new destination boasting a unique and diverse design personality. Situated in the Capital Partner’s Esentai Park development which also houses The Ritz-Carlton, Almaty, the spa will sit among other retail shops and residential complexes.
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Boasting an effortlessly-chic décor of beiges and muted turquoise colors, hanging egg chairs and natural wood elements, Six Senses is a calming distraction from the hectic energy of the city in which it rests. Five treatment rooms sit in the 16,145-square-foot space and all offer city views. On its menu will be a range of NANNIC innovative firming and lifting face and body treatments using radio frequencies and highly concentrated serums as well as Six Senses’ signature specialties.
After a treatment, retreat to the spa’s relaxation pods where mood lighting, signature teas and soft music enhance the renewal process. Additionally, guests can relax in the hammams, saunas, steam and experience showers or get a workout in at the fitness center and a studio for wellness activities. Esentai Tower residents, hotel guests and local spa members are all invited to use the facilities.