Hong Kong, March 2007 -Over the next three years, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts plans to open 16 new hotels in Asia Pacific.
Grand Hyatt Seoul is renowned throughout the world for its commitment to the absolute best in every aspect of service. THE SPA at Grand Hyatt Seoul reflects this dedication to excellence in the meticulously choreographed services, traditional Korean remedies and European aromatherapies that have been incorporated into its treatment menu. Natural ingredients and massage techniques indigenous to Korea have been adopted throughout THE SPA’s services to provide an authentic Korean treatment experience, integrated with contemporary European aromatherapies and wellness sciences, creating a full range of services that anticipates the needs of even the most discerning guest.
THE SPA at Grand Hyatt Seoul, located on the hotel’s garden level, features 14 luxuriously appointed treatment rooms designed by architect and designer, John Morford, and showcasing the same attention to detail for which Grand Hyatt Seoul has long been renowned. THE SPA is the latest addition to the hotel’s portfolio, solidifying Grand Hyatt Seoul’s leadership position in the luxury hotel category and enhancing its standing as a multidimensional cityresort hotel. Opening in April 2007, THE SPA will share its debut alongside the redesigned Club Olympus, which has been upgraded and expanded with all new life fitness equipment fitness open 24 hours a day, making it the first in its class.
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