Kurland Hotel Opens a Sanctuary Signature Spa


The 5 star Kurland Hotel, located near the striking beach resorts of Plettenberg Bay on the breathtaking Garden Route has introduced its new look spa, created by the Sanctuary Signature Spas Group, a leading expert in creating, managing and marketing 5-star Spas at award-winning hotels, lodges and wine estates across Africa.

The new look Spa includes a private steam room, sauna room, two therapy rooms, relaxation area, gym and a refreshing plunge pool and guests are also welcome to have their treatments in the privacy of their suite or at one of the many stunning locations throughout the Estate.





The Kurland Spa now offers !QMS and Moya health and beauty products as well as the renowned Morgan Taylor Lacquer for manicures and pedicures.

Alison Rightford, CEO, states “With the summer season upon us, it was the perfect time to present the spa to in-house guests and local residents in the Plettenberg area. The treatments we now offer at Kurland are the finest available in the health and wellness industry.”

The treatments, created for men and women, offer the perfect combination of ancient and modern techniques; taking inspiration from the world’s finest therapies, rituals and healing applications. This new spa complements the sister spa, the Sanctuary Signature Spa in Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa. The Sanctuary Signature Spa is open 7 days a week from 08:00 to 20:00. 

Kurland Hotel Owner, Peter Behr, “It is a pleasure to be working alongside the renowned, Alison Rightford and Sanctuary Signature Spas and the new look spa now offers our guests yet another 5-star offering.”

This article was written by ROSEMARY MAC KINNON





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