Spa Suggestion: Beauty Treatments Combined with Fast and Effective Fitness
by Davide Mura
A journalist and blogger, Davide loves travelling and has a passion for wellness destinations: from luxury spas to mountain or seaside resorts, without foregoing city spas. As a freelancer he writes about exciting itineraries, tourism and luxury travel. He also coordinates the online magazine Wellness Oggi (www.wellnessoggi.com).
Milan offers a variety of health clubs boasting spa areas to recharge and tone your body. Pressed for time? Don’t worry: this month’s motto is “fast and effective”. Sometimes exercise and treatments take just 20 minutes.
A network of fitness centers that have sprung up in the city like mushrooms. You can pop into one of them to discover a new method to tone your body in just… 20 minutes! Wear a special suit that looks like something from Star Wars, plug in some electrodes and let science do its work. All exercises are performed under the supervision of a personal trainer.
Virgin Active Classic – Milano Corso Como
Located in the fashionable Corso Como district, the Virgin Active Health Club not only offers workout and fitness rooms but also an indoor swimming pool and a large spa facility equipped with saunas, steam baths, Kneipp relaxation areas and Jacuzzi’s. Its beauty center offers a selection of massages as well as facial and body rituals. Its extensive range of anti-aging facials for both men and women are highly effective.
Corso Como, 15 – T: 800 914555
Spa by Sisley at the Park Hyatt Hotel
Located on the lower ground floor of one of Milan’s most luxurious hotels, just footsteps from several of the city’s major landmark attractions, the newly opened Spa by Sisley is an oasis for both the mind and the body where guests can indulge in holistic therapies and treatments specifically conceived for couples in a private spa room. The hotel’s jewel in the crown is its exclusive Duomo Suite featuring a warm water, outdoor Jacuzzi tub covered in gold mosaic, offering a breathtaking view over the spires of the Duomo.
Via Tommaso Grossi, 1 – T: 02 88211234