The award-winning spa at the Saxon Hotel, Villas and Spa in Sandton, Johannesburg will reopen for business on the 1st of May with a new look, new experiences and new packages.
Exciting new journeys which are in step with the worldwide trend towards wellness and mindfulness have been developed and perfected by the Saxon Spa team, ensuring that guests will be offered up-to-the minute treatments to restore balance to mind, body and soul.
These new treatments include a Bellabaci Massage, which is based around a silicone cupping technique to aid in drainage and detox; a Digital Detox Journey, allowing guests to separate from their devices with a massage focusing on those stress points brought on by our use of technology; as well as Sleep Therapy, which is perfect to reduce the effects of jetlag. Guests will also start each treatment with one of the Saxon Spa’s bespoke mindfulness journeys – shaking off the concerns of the outside world before embarking on their treatment.
The Spa team looks forward to sharing more information on these new therapies, as well as the new product ranges that will be featured in the spa, in the coming weeks.
Says the Saxon’s head of digital communications and media relations, Johan Jay-Vos: “Our iconic Saxon Hotel, Villas & Spa property has used the last year to ensure that the much-loved Saxon hospitality can be enjoyed in even more beautiful surroundings, with an extensive refurbishment of the Saxon reception area, Qunu restaurant, the Cigar Library and the Olive Bar. The updated new look for Qunu restaurant features a dramatic mural showing a warm sunset view over Shambala Private Game Reserve from under a Wild Seringa tree.”
The hotel will launch its brand-new Saxon App on re-opening as part of the new offering. Guests can now choose to have a touchless and contactless Saxon stay with the App; it allows guests access to a wide range of hotel services at the click of a button, including restaurant bookings, browsing the spa menu and even checking in online seamlessly from their own personal devices. The use of the guest’s own device as a room key, access to daily newspapers and communication with the team via the app are also part of the application.”