Planning your first holiday for the New Year? VOYA organic seaweed products and treatments can be found in some of the most luxurious spa locations around the world. Spoil yourself with a stay in these luxurious locations in Ireland and at home.
Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, Dubai
In the last decade, Dubai has quickly become one of the world’s most famous tourism destinations for those that want to enjoy the finer things in life.
Repeatedly featured in the world’s most luxurious hotel lists, this magnificent destination offers you the finest service and experiences throughout – right down to an optional chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce, helicopter trips from an iconic helipad, luxury leisure on a breath-taking terrace with pools and cabanas as well as some of the world’s best dining venues, including the highly-acclaimed Nathan Outlaw at Al Mahara.
Learn more about the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, Dubai here.
The Nam Hai Resort Hoi An, Vietnam
Rejuvenated and relaunched for the 2017 season, The Nam Hai under the care of the Four Seasons group offers a number of refreshed resort and hotel villas, a new beach bar and the recently refurbished spa, “Heart of the Earth” which sits over a lotus pond.
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The Woodhouse Day Spa, Naples Florida
Thinking of heading to the States in 2017? Plan a trip to Naples Florida, a city on the Gulf of Mexico in southwest Florida where shopping, golfing, water sports and more are on the cards. If a spa retreat is in your plans, we recommend the Woodhouse Day Spa at Naples Plaza. A winner of the “Favourite Day Spa” prize by American Spa Magazine’s Professional Choice Awards, this is a great spot to unwind, escape and indulge with a glass of wine and a treatment of your choice. Find out more about the Woodhouse Day Spa, Naples here.
Aghadoe Heights Hotel & Spa
Nestled in Co. Kerry arguably the most beautiful county in Ireland (after Sligo of course), you’ll find the Aghadoe Heights Hotel & Spa, a five-star luxury resort with some of the most picturesque views on the planet.
If you’re in the mood for an Irish spa retreat in the New Year, you’ll be delighted to know that the renowned Health Club boasts a luxurious indoor heated pool with a waterfall and an adjacent Jacuzzi — a lovely way to start of a cold January.
Not only is Aghadoe Heights Hotel & Spa known for it’s top of the range dining, leisure and spa facilities, but it is also proud of the historical significance of the local area. Aghadoe overlooks Lough Lein, which was called the ‘lake of learning’ because it was a major educational centre attracting pupils from all over Europe between 900 and 1000AD. Lough Lein also features in the story of Tír na N-óg.
Find out more about Aghadoe Heights Hotel & Spa here.
This lavish retreat in Scotland is popular with visitors from Europe and America alike, thanks to the resorts universal appeal. Sitting just over 20 miles East of Edinburgh in North Berwick, the estate of Archerfield House is home to the Fletcher’s Cottage Spa, a state of the art treatment house that caters to both overnight guests and day visitors.
Guests at Fletcher’s Cottage Spa can avail of a number of VOYA’s exclusive treatments including Voyager Total Massage Journey, the Peppermint Seaweed Sugar Glow and The VOYA Illuminating Facial. Read our in-depth review of Archerfield House here.