The 1st of July 2023 marked another momentous occasion for The Phoenicia Malta as it expanded its brand with the launch of Phoenicia Spa & Wellness.
Having opened in late 2020 after years of planning, the spa was a welcomed addition to The Phoenicia Malta experience and enhanced the hotel’s position as a top luxury property. Designed by renowned local architects AP Valletta, Joe Smith’s photography of the spa was recently awarded Best Hospitality Interior with Architecture Masterpiece.
Designed to be a meditative and soothing space, the volume of the spa is created around 16th century fortifications which were uncovered during the initial stages of development, making it a truly unique space. Apart from the indoor pool, the spa offers facilities such as a salt room, sauna, steam room, multi-jet showers, as well as a fitness centre.
Originally forming part of an international franchise, the Phoenicia Spa & Wellness now offers a new range of pampering and rejuvenating treatments and products. It is well-known that The Phoenicia Malta strives to be at the forefront of local luxury experiences, which is why the spa has unveiled new offerings such as AROCELL™ – the first needle-free botulinum toxin system cosmetics, which combines skincare and biotechnology to halt the traces left by life on the skin. One may also enjoy distinct massages such as a Himalayan Salt Stone Massage, the only local spa to offer this.
Speaking of this brand growth, General Manager Robyn Pratt says, ‘One of our priorities as a team, together with our owner, is to keep finding new ways to enhance our product and experience for our guests. Expanding the Phoenicia Malta brand to our spa was a natural next step, and we are very pleased about the initial reaction to the look and feel, and the treatments being offered.’