elu. spa Opens in Central Hong Kong

For business travellers seeking a little R’n’R in Hong Kong, the all-new elu. spa should be on your radar.

Centrally located on Lyndhurst Terrace, elu. spa is a sophisticated urban retreat that’s well-located for a quick lunchtime treatment or some a lengthy post-work pampering session.

Guests are immediately immersed into a calming atmosphere in a design concept that brings together timber and wood, concrete walls, greenery, plush seating and neutral colours. As part of the welcome ritual, you’ll trade your workday shoes for fuzzy slippers and take a seat in the lounge to sip on tea and enjoy a little snack.

This pint-sized operation has just five treatment rooms, and by all standards, they’re a little small. But this is Hong Kong and that’s only to be expected. But what the rooms lack in space they make up for by being cosy and welcoming. If you’re lucky enough to get the couple’s room, you’ll get a little more space and a bathtub for a post-treatment soak.

The treatment menu here offers all manner of massages, facials, scrubs, wraps and nail treatments, so you’ll have everything you need for head-to-toe pampering. For time-poor female travellers, the 60-minute Signature Gemstone Facial uses plush products, gemstones, gem rollers and even a unique gemstone mask to deliver a quick hit of hydration and radiance.

For men, the Intensive  Intensive Muscle Release eliminates aches and pains with a tough sports massage-like treatment; the equally effective 60-minute Men’s Facial will quickly fix the effects of travel, jetlag and stress.

For all treatments, elu. spa only uses natural essential oils and organic skincare products from top-tier brands like Aromatherapy Associates and Eminence.

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Gayatri Bhaumik

Always ready for her next adventure, Gayatri Bhaumik took her first flight
at 10 days old and hasn’t looked back since. After long stints in Bangkok,
Melbourne and London, she now based in Hong Kong where she's the Group Editor at Artemis Communications.