Hilton's eforea Spa Concept Heads West to Sedona Resort

 

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Hilton Hotels & Resorts is bringing its eforea: spa at Hilton concept to Arizona for the opening of its first Western U.S. location at Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa this fall.

Set in Red Rock Country, the new eforea: spa at Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa will consist of 25,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space. This global spa will incorporate treatment rooms and a fitness area with state-of-the-art equipment, relaxation areas, and solarium. A 25-meter pool will overlook Sedona's Red Rocks.

The eforea: spa at Hilton concept contains three signature spa journeys that pair a therapeutic approach with transformative techniques: the Essential Journey, the Escape Journey and the Men's Journey.

Each selection of treatments was created to focused on organic and scientific, results-driven practices, giving every type of traveler a unique restorative experience. Additionally, the spa will offer a menu of treatments inspired by the natural and spiritual elements of Sedona with an emphasis on energy work.

eforea at Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa will feature world-recognized spa brands on the treatment menu and in the retail area. They include Kerstin Florian’s range of European facial, body and bath products and treatments; LI'TYA, which draws upon Australia's native resources to provide a holistic spa experience; and VitaMan, a line of Australian-made natural spa and grooming products formulated for men.

Peter Thomas Roth products will complete the eforea retail offering, as an extension of a new in-room bath amenity collection at Hilton Hotels & Resorts properties.

eforea: spa at Hilton made its debut in October 2010 as the first global spa concept by Hilton Hotels & Resorts, the flagship brand of Hilton Worldwide. Today, 93 eforea: spa at Hilton locations are in development with spas currently open in the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Thailand.

Call 877-2REDROCK (877-273-3762) or visit www.hiltonsedonaresort.com

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