There’s a new spa coming to town at the highly anticipated Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills set to open in April 2017. Luxury Swiss beauty company, La Prairie, will establish its Spa by La Prairie within the hotel.
“La Prairie is internationally known for their commitment to skincare, and we are thrilled to bring the brand’s expertise and knowledge to the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills,” declared Luc Delafosse, Managing Director of Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills.
“Our guests will have access to the best amenities in Los Angeles, so it’s only fitting that we partner with the one of the highest acclaimed brands to create our spa.”
Staying true to the contemporary Art Deco design of the hotel and property, the 5,000 square foot Spa by La Prairie will be a haven in which guests may relax, rejuvenate and restore while availing themselves of the brand’s internationally recognized signature products, age-defying science and skin care expertise in one of the six private treatment rooms and two relaxation rooms (men’s and women’s).
The facilities will blend with the unique elegance of the spa’s design to evoke tranquility and luxuriousness. Visitors to the spa will select from a comprehensive array of treatments for the face and body, expertly comprised of the brand’s best-loved collections like Skin Caviar.
Perfectly tucked away in the heart of Beverly Hills, Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills exemplifies the very best of the California good life. The 12-story, 170-room hotel marks the brand’s first property on the West Coast, joining the legendary Waldorf Astoria portfolio of 25 landmark destinations.
At the center of extraordinary, Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills will feature unparalleled accommodations and amenities, welcoming and streamlined service, unobstructed views from every room, exclusive dining from the acclaimed Michelin-star chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and an indoor/outdoor atmosphere that may be found only in Los Angeles.
For more information about Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, visit WaldorfAstoriaBeverlyHills.com.