Henri Chenot and One&Only Resorts team up for luxury marina spa in Montenegro

by Helen Andrews | 27 Mar 2014

Health and wellness expert Henri Chenot is partnering with One&Only Resorts – owned by Kerzner International Holdings – to provide the spa concept for the marina development Portonovi in Kumbor, Montenegro.

In March, Azmont Investments – owner and developer of the €500m (US$688m, £413m) luxury development – announced the partnership with wellness brand, Chenot.

Set to open in 2016, the 5,000sq m (53,819sq ft) spa will offer treatments from Henri Chenot’s worldwide spa brand, Espace Vitalité Chenot.

“Henri Chenot’s arrival as part of One&Only Portonovi will enable us to offer both peak and off-season tourism, specifically in the wellness sector," said managing director of Portonovi, James Wilson. "We are delighted to have two widely respected brands team up for the first time as part of the luxury offering at Portonovi.”

Chenot’s combination of treatments, known as the “Chenot Method,” are based on the principles of Chinese medicine and the concept of Biontology

– identification and explanation of the body’s functions at the different stages in one’s life.

With forty years' experience, Chenot says his method is designed to rebalance the body’s natural processes to eliminate toxins, increase vitality and energy levels.

The One&Only Resort – with 550 luxury residences – are only part of Azmont Investments’ plan to make a 21st Century Riviera for Montenegro.

Portonovi is a 60-acre development at the most narrow part of the Bay of Boka Kotorska, encompassing a 250-berth marina fit for super yachts.

This will be Kerzner International Holdings’ first European resort and will consist of 150 bedrooms, a health spa, marina and tennis academy, overlooking 1.3km (0.74 miles) of the Adriatic Sea coastline.

Health and wellness expert Henri Chenot is partnering with One&Only Resorts – owned by Kerzner International Holdings – to provide the spa concept for the marina development Portonovi in Kumbor, Montenegro. In March, Azmont Investments – owner and developer of the €500m (US$688m, £413m) luxury development – announced the partnership with wellness brand, Chenot. Set to open in 2016, the 5,000sq m (53,819sq ft) spa will offer treatments from Henri
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The €500m (US$688m, £413m) Portonovi luxury resort is set to open in 2016 / Portonovi
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