Banyan Tree Bangkok Unveils New Spa

After extensive renovations, Banyan Tree Bangkok has unveiled its new spa. Banyan Tree Spa Bangkok has 16 treatment rooms on the 19th and 20th floors, many with panoramic floor-to-ceiling views of Bangkok. Seven new treatment rooms also were added. The three new Grand Spa Suites are couples' rooms equipped with steam facilities, enabling guests to experience aqua-therapy treatments, including the signature Rain Mist experience. In addition, there are four new deluxe spa suites, which offer steam, jet-pool bath and shower facilities. A beauty salon has also been added. All spa therapists are local specialists and undergo extensive training at the Banyan Tree Spa Academy prior to working at the spa. Agents can contact the therapists directly by e-mailing [email protected] or by calling 66 2 679 1052/4. The hotel also has a reservation/information number dedicated to travel agents: phone: 65 68495 808; fax: 65 64622 463; e-mail: [email protected]. Visit [www.banyantree.com].

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