Come Rain, Will Spa

Refreshing monsoon spa getaways from the Himalayas to backwaters beat the blues

Published: 13th July 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th July 2014 12:03 PM   |  A+A-

Vyoma Spa, Radisson Blu, Delhi

Vyoma Spa has been developed in association with Pevonica Botanica. Set in a calm and serene environment, the spa boasts of well-appointed spaces and facilities like body treatments, spa packages, body massages and wraps. Sabai Stone therapy, a signature treatment, is a unique hot stone massage with micronised mineral oils. The stones radiate through the aching muscles and joints.

Wildflower Hall, Shimla

Nestled in the magnificent Himalayas, Wildflower Hall is a luxury resort from the Oberoi Group, set in 22 acres of virgin woods of pine and cedar. The spa offers holistic treatments based on Ayurvedic, Asian and Western therapies to relax, rejuvenate and inspire. Journey to Tibet is a signature ritual that includes a warm herbal poultice massage combined with energy-balancing and healing sound.

Niraamaya Spa, Surya Samudra, Kovallam

Surrounded by lush greenery, by the Arabian Sea, Surya Samudra’s 31 heritage cottages are traditional Keralite heritage homes. A vacation here gives a perfect balance of international spa therapies and a cleansing spa diet. Staying true to Kerala’s legacy, Spice Magic is a signature massage that includes long loopy movements, and aromatic blended oils that help channel toxins out of the system.


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