Rosewood Hong Kong launches Tony Chi-designed Asaya wellness destination

by Megan Whitby | 18 Nov 2019

Rosewood Hotels and Resorts has launched its Asaya wellness destination concept in the 27-storey Rosewood Hong Kong hotel, designed by New York interior designer Tony Chi.

Originally launched at Rosewood Phuket, the Asaya wellness concept is founded on five pillars – Emotional Balance, Fitness and Nutrition, Physical Therapies, Skin Health and Community.

The 3,716sq m (40,000sq ft) Hong Kong space spans two floors and includes private harbour-view marble hydrotherapy pools, steam experiences, sauna, an ice blast misting shower and a laconium – all designed, supplied and installed by wet-area specialists Barr + Wray.

Treatments are carried out in seven private Urban Sanctuary Suites, each with a heated marble bathhouse, soaking tub and sensory rain shower leading to a private garden for pre- and post-treatment relaxation.

Alternatively, guests can receive treatments in the two Asaya Lodges, designed for those participating in all-inclusive programmes. The lodges have both single and double treatment occupancy.

The destination also includes a 107sq m (1,200sq ft) Tranquility Lounge, with its own consultation rooms, offering technology to facilitate self-guided meditation and sleep therapies both pre-and post-treatment.

Three extra wellness facilities have been designed for guests to personalise products – the Asaya Aroma, Tonic and Beauty Ateliers.

Additional facilities include a Technogym-equipped gym, hair and nail salon, social space and dining concept – the Asaya kitchen – which serves health-conscious cuisine inspired by Japanese and Mediterranean influences.

To date, two Asaya wellness destinations exist but the Rosewood group is developing 11 more sites globally.

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Rosewood Hotels and Resorts has launched its Asaya wellness destination concept in the 27-storey Rosewood Hong Kong hotel, designed by New York interior designer Tony Chi. Originally launched at Rosewood Phuket, the Asaya wellness concept is founded on five pillars – Emotional Balance, Fitness and Nutrition, Physical Therapies, Skin Health and Community. The 3,716sq m (40,000sq ft) Hong Kong space spans two floors and includes private harbour-view marble hydrotherapy pools,
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