Madeira Hotel Offers Vinotherapy Treatments

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For those looking for unique spa treatments, The Vine is the only hotel on the Portuguese island of Madeira to exclusively offer Vinotherapy treatments containing Chardonnay, Merlot and Cabernet grape varieties.

The Vine’s spa spreads out over 3,000 square feet with five treatment rooms, and all treatments are carried out with TheraVine products. The spa at The Vine offers a range of treatments featuring everything from facials with ground grape seeds to anti-stress body massages to relaxing body wraps. Each treatment follows a fixed ritual and all products are ecologically sourced. The most popular treatment is the ‘Red Wine Divine Bath’ involving a full body peel, followed by a bath of grape oils, full body massage and a glass of red wine (of course). Guests can also enjoy treatments—and drinks—at the spa’s rooftop terrace with views of the ocean and the island’s capital Funchal.

For more information, visit www.designhotels.com/the_vine_hotel.

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