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Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa launches marine-inspired Night Spa

Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa has launched The Night Spa, which opens every evening at 22:00 after the Island Spa has closed. The Night Spa opens for just one individual or one couple per night, and they can enjoy the unique Secrets of the Sea ritual where they’ll enjoy pampering treatments on the private island whilst lying under the stars and surrounded by the lapping waves.

Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa launches marine-inspired Night Spa

Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa is offering a unique experience for individuals or couples who want to indulge in soothing massages and therapies at night. The resort has launched The Night Spa which opens at 22:00 every evening when the spa closes its doors to other guests.

Available for one individual or one couple, the Secrets of the Sea experience is an open-air ritual on the private island where guests can enjoy pampering treatments under the stars to the rhythmic sound of breaking waves. Guests are escorted from their villa to the island spa jetty across the lagoon via a gentle kuda dhoni (traditional small boat) ride.

Maxime Lureau, the Director of the Island Spa, explained:

“Our new Healing Waters menu represents a real ‘return to the source’ and cements The Island Spa as the ultimate sea sanctuary.”

 “All treatments are inspired by the healing benefits of the ocean, but with The Secrets of the Sea, guests have the island to themselves."

Lureau added:

“They are under the stars, surrounded by lapping waves and the ocean’s evening energy. It’s a powerful yet profoundly peaceful experience.”

The 150-minute Secrets of the Sea ritual focuses on the vagus nerve, which is the core of the body’s inner nerve centre, as well as memory-creation and relaxation. The sea-inspired treatments are carried out in a candle-lit setting and guests can enjoy the beautiful underwater views through the glass-floor viewing platform in the over-water treatment pavilion. Therapists use pure OSEA marine products to carry out therapeutic and soothing treatments that will prepare guests for a restless sleep.

Four Seasons Resort Kuda Huraa is one of the most luxurious resorts in the Maldives. Accommodation at the island retreat is made up of thatched-roof beach villas and over-water villas, pavilions and bungalows that are positioned on the white-sand beach or above the sparkling turquoise lagoon. Tourists can also stay on-board the Four Season Explorer, an 11-cabin, three-deck catamaran that will take them on island-hopping and scuba diving excursions across the azure Indian Ocean.

Facilities at the property include a large freshwater swimming pool, a modern fitness centre, and a collection of gourmet dining outlets and bars with magnificent ocean views. Guests can learn how to scuba dive and snorkel at the Five-Star Gold Palm Dive Centre, which offers trips to the crystal-clear waters of the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, or they can participate in a variety of water sports such as kayaking, sailing, catamaran cruises, banana boating, parasailing, water-skiing and windsurfing.

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