The Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen’s Cenote Spa, was voted Country Winner in the category “Best Unique Spa Experience” as part of the 2018 World Luxury Spa Awards, which took place last month at Galgorm Resort & Spa in Northern Ireland.
Located in the heart of Mexican Riviera, Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen is the only beachfront luxury resort on Mamita’s Beach, and the breathtaking designed Cenote Spa covers more than 6,000 square feet of underground space.
The 2018 award follows Cenote Spa’s vote as winner of the 2017 World Luxury Spa Award for “Best Unique Spa Experience,” and the “Best of 2015” Design Award from Interior Design Magazine.
Designed by the world-renowned Mexican Sordo Madaleno architecture group, the spa seamlessly blends modern, contemporary design elements with Mayan-inspired textures and materials.
Cenote Spa combines water and mangroves naturally throughout eight treatment rooms and specialty facilities, which include two double suites, hydrotherapy stations, a eucalyptus steam room, fiber optic chromotherapy showers, 82-foot lap pool with a beach view, fitness center with Technogym equipment and workout studio, and full-service salon.
Signature products used during spa services include: Aromatherapy Associates and a resort custom Herbal Poultice, which are handmade linen bags filled steamed with local ingredients, such as chamomile, lemongrass, roses, orange blossom and eucalyptus.
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