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Xiangshan Hot Spring and Wellness Center to open in 2013

Xiangshan Hot Spring and Wellness Center, a new US$25m (€19m, £16m) oceanfront spa and 'bathing attraction', is scheduled to open in China in August 2013.

Located next to the Hilton Ningbo Xiangshan Resort, the centre is designed by US-based WATG and Thailand-based GOCO Hospitality and will incorporate a 6,000sq m (64,583sq ft) standalone building.

The building will house 24 treatment rooms - including two suites and a spa pavilion. Meanwhile, a medi-spa and a weight management clinic with seven suites will provide the resort with its unique selling point.

The Xiangshan Hot Spring and Wellness Center to offer results-orientated wellness programmes that address specific health concerns.

Other indoor facilities will include a women's beauty salon; a male grooming area; relaxation areas and quiet zones; and water experiences such as vitality pools.

A 5,000sq m (53,820sq ft) outdoor bating area will offer mineral and thermal springs.

Ingo Schweder, chief executive officer, GOCO Hospitality said: "China currently has the highest growth of spa development, with the largest share being in Shanghai. This shows the increasing interest in wellness from the Chinese consumer, especially the Shanghainese, and the growing demand for wellness destinations that are of international standards."

GOCO Hospitality is currently developing wellness projects in various locations across China including in Ghangzhou, Suzhou, Tianjin, Beijing, Shanghai, and Sanya. Globally, GOCO Hospitality is actively working on 22 projects in 13 countries. For the full press release, click here.


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