The Hotel Mont Cervin and Residence in Zermatt, Southern Switzerland, has teamed up with skin care leader Clarins to offer Middle East travellers two spa packages hard to resist.
With a picturesque Alpine location at over 1600m above sea level, the car-free village of Zermatt is the ultimate summer escape and while the fresh mountain air alone will do a person’s beauty wonders, a team of certified Clarins professionals are there to complement nature’s restorative powers.
Starting from $820 per person in shared accommodation, the two-day Mona Lisa package includes a rejuvenating facial, eyebrow correction, firming and toning body treatment, as well as manicure, hand massage and pedicure. Ladies also receive free advice on skincare and make-up techniques, while family members not going for treatments can stay at rates starting at $442.
Travellers in need of more pampering can opt for the Alpine Beauty package, which offers five days of indulgence with a variety of spa treatments.
In addition to the treatments included in the Mona Lisa package, guests are also entitled to a body peeling, reflexology, full body massage, eyebrow and eyelash tints as well as waxing.
The offer starts at $1,715 per person in shared accommodation while accompanying family members stay for $1,085.
All guests who book either of the two packages can enjoy free access to the hotel’s Wellness Centre, which is beautifully designed using natural resources from the surrounding mountains and offers an indoor swimming pool, separate steam room and sauna facilities for men and women, fitness room, solarium and sun terrace.
Additional nights can be booked at a rate starting from $217 per person per night.
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