Spa & Wellness Mexicaribe Announces the Winners of the 2017 Best Spas of Mexico, the Caribbean & Latin America
Highlighting the best spas in Mexico, The Caribbean and Latin America; The spa industry generates 99 billion dollars globally, with Mexico and the Caribbean leading in the Americas as the most popular spa travel destination; Spa & Wellness MexiCaribe, the publication for spa and wellness enthusiasts and industry professionals in Mexico, The Caribbean and Latin America.
"I’m honored to present the winners of the 2017 Best Spas for the region," said Sara Jones, editor of Spa & Wellness MexiCaribe; “With the magazine now covering Mexico, the Caribbean and Latin America, recognition of excellent spas across this region highlights the best we have to offer.” The global wellness industry is a $3.7 trillion market and spas now account for $99 billion.
Sara Jones, of Spa & Wellness MexiCaribe, judges the best spas, supported by her extensive knowledge of the spa and wellness industry and her network of consultants and industry professionals. To achieve recognition, spas were judged on their spa treatment menu, service quality and personal attention, wellness offering, design and condition of facilities.
"The three categories; including Luxury Resort Spas and Boutique and Day Spas, highlight the best spas in alphabetical order. Given the variety of services, environments and specific benefits they offer, we feel this is the best way to showcase the winners,” says Jones.
Luxury Resort Spas:
Spas offering both exceptional facilities and an outstanding level of service, delivering an experience above and beyond the rest.
COMO Parrot Cay, COMO Shambhala Retreat (Turks and Caicos Islands)
Nizuc Spa & Resort, Nizuc Spa by ESPA (Riviera Maya, Mexico)
One&Only Palmilla (Los Cabos, Mexico)
Rosewood Mayakoba, Sense Spa (Riviera Maya, Mexico)
Six Senses Spa, PUNTACANA Resort & Club (Punta Cana, Dominican Republic)
Banyan Tree Mayakoba, Banyan Tree Spa (Riviera Maya, Mexico)
Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa, Kinan Spa (Riviera Maya, Mexico)
Beloved Playa Mujeres (Riviera Maya, Mexico)
Chablé Resort & Spa, Chablé Spa (Yucatan, Mexico)
Chileno Bay Resort & Residences, Auberge Spa (Los Cabos, Mexico)
Entre Cielos Luxury Wine Hotel & Spa (Mendoza, Argentina)
Fairmont Mayakoba, Willow Stream Spa (Riviera Maya, Mexico)
Four Season Buenos Aires, Cielo Spa (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Four Seasons Costa Rica (Guanacaste, Costa Rica)
Grand Luxxe at Vidanta Riviera Maya, Spatium (Riviera Maya, Mexico)
Grand Sirenis Matlatali Hills, Makawé Spa (Riviera Nayarit, Mexico)
Hacienda AltaGracia, Auberge Spa (Pérez Zeledón, Costa Rica)
HalfMoon, Fern Tree Spa (Montego Bay, Jamaica)
Hyatt Ziva Cancún, Zen Spa (Riviera Maya, Mexico)
Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa, The Spa at Seafire (Cayman Islands)
Le Blanc Spa Resort, BlancSpa (Riviera Maya, Mexico)
Rosewood San Miguel de Allende, Sense Spa (San Miguel de Allende, Mexico)
Sublime Samana Hotel & Residences, Coconut Whispers Spa (Las Terranas, Dominican Republic)
Tabacón Thermal Resort & Spa, (La Fortuna, Costa Rica)
The St. Regis Mexico City, Remède Spa (Mexico City, Mexico)
Boutique Spas & Day Spas:
Spa & Wellness MexiCaribe recognizes Boutique Spas and Day Spas around the region. Providing excellent service, quality spa treatments and meticulous attention to detail, these spas create noteworthy wellness experiences, maximizing often limited space without extravagant facilities.
Amanera, Wellness Casa (Río San Juan, Dominican Republic)
Dos Casas Spa (San Miguel de Allende, Mexico)
Eden Roc at Cap Cana, Solaya Spa (Punta Cana, Dominican Republic)
Hela Spa Santa Fe (Mexico City, Mexico)
Spa by Liverpool (Mexico City, Mexico)
"Wellness Tourism is a fast growing section of the market (globally worth $563 billion) and here in Mexico, the Caribbean and Latin America we can capitalize on this by offering wellness solutions in our resorts and spas. Professionalism and uniqueness of each spa and service will determine success in the short and long term,” says Sara Jones.
About Spa & Wellness MexiCaribe: Spa & Wellness MexiCaribe specializes in the spa and wellness for the region. With over 16,000 subscribers, regionally, it is considered the most influential publication in the industry, informing readers throughout Mexico, the Caribbean and Latin America on the happenings of one of the fastest growing tourism segments in recent years.
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For more information:
Studies on the global market of spas and wellness
· The Global Spa & Wellness Economy Monitor
· Global Wellness Summit Industry Resource