This fantastic article in the Telegraph highlights a growing trend in travel. People no longer want to explore - they just want to go and enjoy some relaxation in a different setting to home and be pampered.
Direct from the article, doesn't this sound fantastic?
'Borgo Egnazia is a Pompeii-style mapping of villas, piazzas and pools on Italy’s Puglian coast. Its Vair Spa, like the hotel, ticks the luxury list of flickering candlelight, trickling water and cocooning silence in a labyrinth of cream and natural textures, beautifully. Guest at Vair (meaning “true” in Apulian) can, of course, have a body massage or manicure, but they can also explore the sound of their voice with a musician, or have a facial that’s more of a psychological journey than a mere pore-cleansing sensation. Either way, the therapists create real connections with guests.
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