March 07, 2023 | 19:15 GMT+7

Alma Resort’s Le Spa introduces pampering menu for youngsters

New spa menu tailored to children aged 6 to 11.

Alma’s Le Spa features 13 separate treatment villas sprinkled onto the landscape.
Alma’s Le Spa features 13 separate treatment villas sprinkled onto the landscape.

Alma’s Le Spa launched a menu on March 6 dedicated to children, replete with foot and hand baths, massages, and a facial incorporating tropical fruit and reflexology.

Featuring 13 separate treatment villas sprinkled onto the landscape overlooking Long Beach on Cam Ranh Peninsula, Le Spa’s new kids menu is tailored to children aged six to eleven years.

The menu comprises four gentle 30-minute treatments, underscored with natural products, called “Soft Tootsies”, “Princess Hands”, “My Cocoon”, and “Supreme Facial Ritual”. Each is priced at VND350,000 ($14.70).

“Soft Tootsies” starts with a foot bath followed by a gentle exfoliation with organic orange scrub and a mini foot massage with moisturizing cream. “Princess Hands” comprises a hand bath, gentle exfoliation with an organic lemongrass salt scrub, and a mini hand massage with moisturizing cream.

“My Cocoon” makes for a relaxing massage treatment, with light pressure applied to the child’s arms, legs, and back that encompasses organic, luxurious olive oil. Using finely grained tropical fruits, the “Supreme Facial Ritual” involves face reflexology and lifting and smoothing massage movements.

“We believe you’re never too young for a bit of pampering,” said Mr. Herbert Laubichler-Pichler, Managing Director of Alma Resort. “Many luxury hotel and resort spas only cater to adults, but we feel it’s unfair for the kids to miss out on wellness experiences so we welcome them to come along to Le Spa with their parents.”

Le Spa also caters to teenagers aged from 12 to 17 years, with a selection of treatments from Le Spa’s main menu on offer based on the advice of the spa’s therapists. Treatments for teenagers, including massages and facials, are only sold as a complement to a parent’s treatment and offered in the same treatment room as the parent.

Bold, spacious, and emblematic of Vietnam’s maturation as a destination, the independently-owned and operated Alma features 14 food and beverage outlets and a cascade of 12 beachfront swimming pools.

Other highlights include a 6,000 sq m water park, a science museum, an 18-hole putting green, a kids club, a youth club, water sports centers, sports courts and fields, a cinema, an amphitheater, a convention center, a gymnasium, and a yoga room. The resort also runs complimentary guided garden tours of its nursery, herb garden, and chicken farm, to equip guests with handy tips on how to nurture their own veggie patch and look after chickens.

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