When your urban lifestyle gets the better of you and you seek some tranquil moments, check into Crowne Plaza Today New Delhi Okhla and head towards a stairway to your relaxation mode in the form of Spazzo, the wellness centre. Spanning across 1287 meter square area and 2 levels, Spazzo offers a range of holistic Asian and European treatments for true indulgence.
As soon as the guest enters Level 1, there is a reception and a comforting seating area where they are served a refreshing welcome drink. The vibrant vibes are set as soon as you enter the area with the energetic music sound coming from the fitness centre on the right.
There is a plethora of equipment to choose right from for your cardio to your weight training. There is a beautiful poolside view with a lot of greenery behind the mirrored ceiling to soothe your eyes. To the left one can spot the Salon for the beauty and styling services. Next is the spacious Steam, Sauna, and Hydro Therapy rooms.
Once you take the staircases to the Wellness Centre (Wellness Sanctuary), the vibe becomes subtle, relaxing and healing. There are four treatment rooms in the Spa namely, Chromo Therapy room- for Signature Crowne Therapy with Hot Water Bed set up, Couple suite room, Ayurvedic Room and Facial treatment. There is a water body, lighted candles, instrumental music, diffused lighting and temperature-controlled room to transport the guest to the world of complete relaxation.
At Spazzo the focus is on creating a perfect blend of conventional treatments as well as modern techniques for the best outcome. With aroma diffusers, healing instrumental music, diffused lighting, temperature-controlled rooms, Spazzo is certainly a wellness paradise.
The holistic therapies from the Spa menu includes Abhyangam, Gentle Breeze, Rejuvenating Bali, Awaken the Spirit, Chocolate Massage, Jet Lag Therapy, Crowne Therapy and many more.
The guests can opt for various Spa treatments such as Paraffin Hand Treatment, Therapy Baths, Manicures and Pedicures, Neck Reflexology, Facials, Body Wraps, Body Scrub, Foot Bath, Foot Reflexology as well as beauty treatments. Various Spa amenities include Steam Bathing, Massage Rooms, Sauna Rooms, and Hydro Therapy. Every room has an inbuilt steam room. It is the only hotel in the city to boast about the Chromotherapy and water bed therapy in the city.
The fitness center is fully equipped with state of the art cardio and strength equipment such as Treadmill, Free Weighs, Stationary bicycle, elliptical machines, etc. Special yoga and personal training sessions are conducted in the morning and evening. The fitness centre is operational for 24 hours for in-house guests. During summers, there are special swimming packages as well.
The Salon offers treatments ranging from hairdressing and styling, shaving, hair coloring, hair spas and treatments, waxing, threading, hand and foot rituals, a complete solution for all in house guests, members and walk-in guests.
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