Overlooking the River of Kings, the Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort and Spa is offering enriching beer spa therapies using beer, which is said to be great for the skin. A beer is the bar follows the treatment! The promotion runs in October and November 2017.
The spa at the Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort and Spa will offer an enriching beer therapy spa package using beer.
The two hour treatment cleanses and polishes the skin. Following the treatment, you can top it off with a beer at the hotel's Elephant Bar.
The therapy begins with an aromatic Beer Mint Bubble Bath that will cleanse your body from head to toe. Rich in vitamins, amino acids, minerals and anti-oxidants, beer has been used to bathe in in Europe for centuries because it is great not only for the skin, but for the hair, as well..
The bath is followed by an exfoliating Beer Scrub, which will draw out impurities through active ingredients like orange peel, Oryza salt rice powder and cranberry seeds.
The treatment continues with an hour-long full body massage with Rice Bran Oil. You can then move on to the Elephant Bar, where you will be served a frothy pint.
Standard spa treatments include a Signature Rice Ritual, the Anantara Massage, a Purifying Sri Nin Rice Scrub, and an Oriental Rice Compress Massage.
Luxurious Spa Suites
The spa has nine private suites, which are situated amid tropically landscaped gardens. Two Anantara Suites for couples feature a large bathtub inside, and outside a private garden courtyard boasts an exotic rain shower and a traditional sala where delicious spa cuisine can be enjoyed.
Four Deluxe Rooms for individuals and couples offer garden views, while a further three Deluxe Rooms provide ambient space for traditional Thai massage.
Facilities include Steam rooms, a Beauty salon, a Relaxation area, two suite treatment rooms, six deluxe treatment rooms, and one single treatment room,
US$11 Million Facelift
The hotel underwent a THB 335 million, or US$11 million, renovation, which was completed in 2015.
All of the hotel's 396 guest rooms, which offer river or garden views, were re-decorated, and 2 new 2 bedroom suites were added, allowing privacy for friends and extended families travelling together.
The hotel's food and beverage outlets were given the once over, as well.
The Market features a contemporary Thai design, offering expansive views of the garden and the river beyond. It offers both indoor and outdoor seating. The breakfast buffets at the stylish restaurant are not to be missed.
Riverside Terrace offers open air seating with nightly international buffets featuring live cooking stations. Thai dancers perform on nightly on a flame lit stage.
Other food and beverage outlets include a Trader Vic's, which serves Pacific Rim cuisine, an Italian restaurant, a Japanese teppanyaki steakhouse, a deli and bakery, and two outdoor bars.
The hotel is set amid 11 landscaped acres overlooking the Chao Phraya River.
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