Angsana to launch Hot Spring Village with spa and 43 hot spring pools in Southwest China

by Aoife Dowling | 22 May 2013

Angsana Hotels and Resorts is set to launch its first hot spring destination retreat - Angsana Tengchong Hot Spring Village - featuring an Angsana Spa in Yunnan in Southwest China.

Situated in a valley near the western edge of the Yunnan province, the retreat will be open by August and will house an Angsana Spa.

The resort’s wellness area spans 17,083sq m (183,879sq ft) and is formed of a three-storey indoor Hot Spring Centre and outdoor hot spring area.

The Hot Spring Centre will house the Angsana Spa with six treatment rooms, a Foot Lounge, relaxation areas and sauna and steamrooms.

Another spacious spa building houses volcanic hot stone loungers, which are naturally heated by the steam from the hot springs. This section of the spa will also have four Body Scrub Rooms and five spa treatment rooms.

In addition, guests can book a large Cabana for up to ten people or one of the six cosy small Cabanas for two to four people for an exclusive wellness getaway.

The Angsana Zen is Angsana Spa's signature treatment which includes a choice of body scrub and a Honey Milk Pouch body conditioning, followed by a calming bath.

The Rainmist Experience, a combination of the Rainmist Steam Bath and Rain Shower, includes two packages - Rainmist Indulgence with a jasmine frangipani scrub and Rainmist Classic which features a black tea body polish and conditioner with steam bath.

The outdoor hot spring area will showcase 43 hot spring pools offering different experiences and benefits.

Guests can choose between six different themes - the 'Aromatic Corridors' offer hot spring pools with rejuvenating purifying qualities which are enhanced through the infusing of different Chinese teas and herbs such as ginseng and licorice; Couples/Romance Pools; exquisite Jade Pools; Nature/Forest Pools with scenic landscape; Special Functions Pools featuring nano, splash, whirl, bubble, foot reflexes and kids pools; and Main Pools.

Accommodation at the new destination includes 28 Hot Spring Retreats and nine villas, each with private hot spring pools.

The Hot Spring Retreats will feature rattan furniture and private sunken hot spring tubs in the centre of a balcony, offering views of the canola flower fields surrounding the resort.

The four Deluxe Hot Spring Villas (1,938sq ft 180sq m) will be private one-bedroom villas with a garden and hot spring tub. An expansive living room will lead to a gazebo where couples can enjoy a private massage or share a romantic meal.

The four Premier Hot Spring Villas (2,906sq ft 270sq m) will offer guests one-bedroom villas with a large outdoor hot spring tub, a gazebo, a massage area and its own plunge pool.

There is also an Angsana Hot Spring Villa available spanning 1,700sq m (18,300sq ft), which will feature five bedrooms, private garden, indoor massage room, sauna and steam room, outdoor hot spring tub and a plunge pool.

Angsana Tengchong Hot Spring Village's architecture is inspired by classical Chinese poetry, paintings and decorations that pay homage to Tengchong's culture and rich heritage.

The design of the buildings reflects the local architectural style, with rustic olive green buildings and arched roofs, vintage flower-etched walls, and stone footpaths meandering through landscaped gardens.

A range of local and international cuisine will be on offer at the retreats four food and beverage venues. Yunnan favourites will be found at Chun Feng which also serves authentic Cantonese cuisines. Guests can also enjoy exclusive dining in the three private rooms - Lunar, Drizzle, and Breeze, which seat 10 to 16 guests each.

Angsana Hotels and Resorts is set to launch its first hot spring destination retreat - Angsana Tengchong Hot Spring Village - featuring an Angsana Spa in Yunnan in Southwest China. Situated in a valley near the western edge of the Yunnan province, the retreat will be open by August and will house an Angsana Spa. The resort’s wellness area spans 17,083sq m (183,879sq ft) and is formed of a three-storey
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