World’s first organic wellness destination spa resort revealed
Monday 9, May 2011
Health and Fitness Travel, who provide tailor-made active and wellness holidays worldwide has found one hidden gem for their growing portfolio in Malaysia called The Chateau which opens on the 11th July. Nestled serenely in the Berjaya Hills, it is the world’s first spa and organic wellness resort offering the ultimate health and fitness experience.
Modelled after an 18th century medieval ‘Haut Koesnigburg’ castle in Alsace, France, The Chateau boasts 210 elegant rooms and suites. The luxury resort opens its doors for both new and current wellness travellers, to a destination spa experience offering an idyllic haven in exploring the path towards total wellness.
Tone muscles, cleanse out toxins, calm your mind and restore an overstressed body, leaving you rejuvenated and energised. Tailored health and fitness programmes include stress relief, body sculpting, fit for life and wellness rejuvenation, helping to address health goals. A daily schedule will keep you busy from dusk till dawn with activities including; tennis, golf, yoga, mountain biking, horse riding, hiking and jungle trekking, archery, exercise and dance classes to meditation and organic farming.
The Chateau prides itself on providing its guests with unprecedented organic gourmet dining experiences that will delight even the sharpest of palates. Selecting only fresh produce that is nurtured by hand in proud organic tradition from its very own ecologically grown gardens, The Chateau’s team of gourmet specialists create exquisite menus and cuisine inspired by wellness.
The Le Sante Spa deliver personalised therapies designed to meet individual needs and health goals ranging from beauty, anti-stress, anti-ageing, detox, weight loss and more, whilst also offering gentle guidance in nutrition and exercise. With the resort’s quintessential focus on progressive wellness and vitality, The Chateau is not only a retreat that embraces holistic ideas and relaxing principles, but one that defines the eminent journey towards health and fitness.
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