Westin St. Maarten Dawn Beach Resort & Spa Revamps Spa Menu and Names New Spa Director

westin st. maarten dawn beach resort & spaHailing from the Four Seasons Nevis, Murielle Parotte-Van Henneigen has been named spa director of the Hibiscus Spa at the Westin St. Maarten Dawn Beach Resort & Spa.

Van Henneigen brings more than 20 years in the hospitality business to her post. She attended the Fitzroy Bryant College in St. Kitts and Nevis and began her career at the Four Seasons as an intern. She spent a total of seven years in various positions within the resort, ending with her position as lead massage therapist and assistant spa director after attending the London College of Beauty Therapy in London.

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Van Henneign recently brought Pevonia skin care products and treatments to the spa and refreshed the treatment menu to include additional luxurious Pevonia facials and body treatments, such as Myoxy Caviar Facial, Luminous C & Sea Facial and several de-stressing, anti-aging and contouring body treatments. The spa’s popular packages include the Hibiscus Rain Shower Ritual, which includes body scrub, rain shower treatment, hot stone massage, lunch and a facial.

A healthful culinary spa menu is also available for Hibiscus Spa guests, including a selection of salads, sandwiches and wraps. The spa is 10,124 square feet with 13 treatment rooms, including a wet room. An inviting yet cozy relaxation room greets clients as they await their treatments. Hibiscus offers both women’s and men’s locker rooms, steam and sauna.

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