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Sense spa at Rosewood Beijing

by Clara Lee on Sep 21, 2015 in Lifestyle
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The newly opened Sense Spa offers an indulgent spa experience at Rosewood Beijing 

Sense Spa at Rosewood Beijing has opened recently, reflecting the principles of purity and simplicity like the other 11 distinctive Rosewood Sense Spas worldwide.

The Sense Spa experience in Beijing is both holistic and authentic, from the use of exquisite natural bamboo linens to premium quality organic essential oils. The Sense concept flows seamlessly through every touchpoint, from the interior design to the choice of exclusive product brands to the signature treatments.

The pool is one of the highlights at the Sense Spa, Beijing

The pool is one of the highlights at the Sense Spa, Beijing

The surroundings at the Sense Spa incorporate the healing benefits of nature. The pool area is encased by a soaring domed glass roof that allows natural light to flood the space, while flames of candlelight encircle the still water at night. Abundant foliage, akin to that of a tropical resort, fills the area. Private cabana alcoves within the comfort of a temperature-controlled environment, allow visitors privacy to absorb the nurturing atmosphere.

The suites are designed to carry the Sense Spa concept

The suites are designed to carry the Sense Spa concept

Spa suites are designed in keeping with the Sense concept to include some with open-air balconies and lush greenery. Five of the 11 spa suites are ultra-spacious at 65 to 91 square meters for the luxurious option of overnight stays.

A range of luxurious treatments are available at the Sense Spa

A range of luxurious treatments are available at the Sense Spa

The interior of the 32,000 sq-ft Sense Spa is a calming and a cohesive universe of blonde woods contemporary leather and bamboo furnishings, and intriguing contemporary artwork — this reflects the hotel's overall concept and design, creating an inviting space for guests.

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