Rosewood Puebla to Offer Indigenous Spa Treatments

Rosewood Puebla guestroom

Rosewood Puebla, which will celebrate its grand opening on May 25, has announced it will offer indigenous spa treatments at its onsite spa: Sense, A Rosewood Spa. With treatments and therapies inspired by over 450 years of indigenous recipes and ingredients, the spa will aim to honor the history of the destination, tapping into ancient 'lost recipes' and merging the traditions of Puebla's Hispanic and pre-Hispanic cultures.

Signature treatments include: 

  • Volcanic Mud Cure: Utilizing the nutrient rich minerals from Puebla’s four surrounding volcanoes, the treatment includes a detoxifying volcanic ash scrub and a hydrating volcano mud wrap, providing the skin with deep hydration and protection
  • Talavera Massage: Inspired by the city’s traditional hand-made pottery, the treatment incorporates mineralizing clay and Onix stones to balance overall health through a combination of relaxation, deep muscle relief, and hot and cold therapy
  • Angel’s Infusion: An indigenous experience that combines the healing properties of chamomile, mint, majoram and thyme to clear the mind and body of negative and toxic energy. Therapists prepare a grounding and relaxing infusion before the treatment to help guests open their breathing and detoxify their lungs, clearing past energy to enable a new journey to vibrant health.
  • Ancient Tired Legs Cloth Ritual: For generations, women from Puebla used a hot cloths method prepared with an infusion of rosemary and cinnamon to help relieve muscle pain and improve

Rosewood Puebla has 78 rooms and suites, four food and beverage venues, Sense, A Rosewood Spa; a fitness center, pool, and several meeting and event spaces. In celebration of Rosewood Puebla's grand opening, the hotel is offering a special daily room rate including breakfast for two and 20 percent off spa treatments. 


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