Pullman Bangkok King Power is now offering guests and visitors a new spa concept aimed at improving health, beauty and fitness. The spa renovation marks the final phase of the extensive renovation of the hotel, located on Rangnam Road in Bangkok.
The renovated Pullman Spa now offers eight rooms for private treatments including the LPG endermologie slimming treatment room and the Hammam room which boasts a Moroccan feel. There are also steam and Jacuzzi rooms.
The spa still provides all the traditional Thai treatments associated with high end spas but also features highlights aimed at appealing to people seeking the latest in spa technology.
These include non-invasive LPG endermologie slimming treatments for face and body which can help with anti-aging and cellulite reduction and Cryolift by Laboratoires Filogora cryotherapy and LED light therapy machines which treat a range of skin conditions and blemishes.
In the renovated spa rooms, more traditional beauty and health treatments are offered by trained therapists. The Hammam ritual treatment allows guests to experience a black soap scrub with mud masks and oil massage for the ultimate in relaxation while head-to-toe body treatments make use of Thai herbs and oils from the Asian Pañpuri brand.
It is hoped that the Pullman Bangkok King Power’s new spa offerings will enhance the hotel’s appeal to leisure tourists. The hotel is already known for its extensive gym and 27-metre pool.
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