Impressing the judges, they received a distinction in four separate categories, standing out with with the titles of Best Luxury Destination Spa, Best Luxury Medical Spa and Best Luxury Wellness Spa.
The acknowledgements come with particular prestige as the World Luxury Spa Awards are considered a benchmark in the spa world – honouring the world’s finest spas in the realms of quality, excellence, innovation and service.
Designed to promote living well and for as long as possible
Designed to promote living well and for as long as possible, Spa Nescens offers an effective synergy of ideals featuring treatments developed by the Nescens scientific committee and delivered by a multi-disciplinary team of therapists, coaches and specialists of preventive, anti-ageing and aesthetic medicine.
It comprises 17 treatment rooms, a fitness studio with state-of-the-art machinery and a room for group sessions, as well as a sauna, hammam, relaxation area and tennis courts, not forgetting the spa restaurant, Le Café Lauren, with its balanced, light and delicious cuisine overseen by the Michelin Star chef Eric Canino.
Designed as a timeless lodge
The hotel itself is a five-star hotel and spa nestled into 10 hectares of lush greenery and designed as a timeless lodge. Michel Reybier’s inspired vision sprang to life with the creative support of Parisian interior designer Jacques Garcia. The 29 suites, 73 rooms and five restaurants showcase the refined style of African lodges. They are places imbued with unique character in which aesthetes savour the privilege of supreme comfort.
Meanwhile, the spa is a full-fledged better-ageing destination resulting from a fruitful association between the scientific expertise of the Nescens brand and the inimitable La Réserve art of living. Its spacious relaxation areas and understated interior design, together with high-end equipment, make it a haven for a few days of simply letting go, offering a unique approach to nurturing well-being in exceptional surroundings.