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By Emma Reynolds | March 30 2020
During this time of social distancing and staying at home amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, put together a travel bucket-list for your next year that must include Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve. If not for its stunning accommodations and proximity to some of Los Cabos’ most enthralling locales, Spa Alkemia, designed by TLEE Spas, is reason enough to make a trip to this sliver of paradise.
The spa infuses Mexican tradition with world-class treatments and therapies; Spa Alkemia provides a true sense of place to its guests, from the lounge area that resembles Mexico’s traditional town squares to paletas (popsicles) to the transformative water journeys and ancient Mexican massage techniques. Wellness pervades all of the offerings at Spa Alkemia; The Savasana Sound Room is one of the most unique aspects. It is an aromatherapy inhalation room for post-treatment resting. Semi-precious gemstones are inlaid into the walls and correlate to the colors of the chakras to keep them balanced. What’s more, slip into a deep, meditative state with sound therapy vibrations that vibrate through the floor. The room recalibrates the mind-body connection and is the first of its kind in Los Cabos.
For those seeking even further transformation, book a journey in the Templo Caliente. It starts with a purification ritual followed by an herbal-infused steam treatment. Then, there’s a shower and hydrotherapy soak and a massage. You can do this as a couple, with a family member or friend to enjoy quality time while relaxing. Products include locally sourced indigenous ingredients.
Nature is prevalent in every aspect of the spa, from the verdant gardens that surround the pool to the indoor-outdoor treatment rooms. The private spa also features an al fresco scrub room, bathing and hydrotherapy facilities, a couples suite and Casa Privada, an exclusive spa retreat for groups and VIPs.
For more information, visit ritzcarlton.com/zadun