Seaham Hall in Durham has announced a new partnership with luxury Ayurvedic spa range, Sundãri.
The five-star boutique hotel, which is the cover star of Boutique Hotelier’s September edition, is home to an award-winning oriental-themed spa and on September 23 will launch its new range of treatments.
Sundãri, a carefully-curated collection inspired by Ayurveda, is a 5,000-year-old science from India.
Meaning ‘beautiful skin’, Sundãri has been created from the purest ingredients and rarest essences distilled from all over the world.
The new collection takes a holistic approach to beauty and wellbeing based on the ancient healing wisdom of Ayurveda. The Sundãri treatments use many indigenous herbs, spices and botanicals, and blends of Neem oil – pressed from the fruits and seeds of the Neem tree, known in India as the ‘pharmacy tree’ – for the centuries-old method of ‘oil pouring’ and Abhyanga (oil massage).
The new feature will complement the other treatments available at the hotel’s 44,000 sq ft Serenity Spa and the facilities on offer including the pool, hammam, ice fountain and outdoor hot tubs.
Davina Hassell, Seaham Hall’s spa director, says: “We have chosen to partner with Sundãri to complement the Asian-influenced therapies on our existing treatment menu, which blend well with the Feng Shui-based principles and décor of the spa. With the Sundãri skincare range and Ayurvedic-inspired treatments, we have created bespoke spa experiences that deliver a feeling of peace and tranquillity, taking our spa guests on an exquisite journey, for the mind as well as the body.”
Seaham Hall has just completed the final phases of its £2m refurbishment, details of which are revealed exclusively in the September issue of Boutique Hotelier magazine.