Introducing the Latest Gem in Johannesburg… The Spa at Fairlawns Boutique Hotel

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The much-anticipated Redefined Spa at Fairlawns Boutique Hotel & Spa has officially opened and has already created a stir amongst guests for its urban escape, blissfully relaxing ambience and world-class treatments.

Fairlawns Boutique Hotel and Spa, well known for its impressive 5-star-fun experience has extended the outdoor space of their award-winning Balinese spa by an impressive 920m2 making it the largest and most exclusive spa and wellness space in all of Johannesburg.

This award-winning spa offers tranquillity in a beautiful setting, complete with de-stressing water features and birdsong in the bamboo groves.

When you enter into the space, you will journey through beautiful gardens with bamboo forest, a space reminiscent of Bali. The Balinese splendour include an undercover heated hydro pool, rim flow Jacuzzi, sentō bath, relaxation lounges and salas, a private dining sala for 8 guests and bar – all set in beautiful gardens.

There is a couple’s treatment suite with a double spa bath and a maze with self-therapy scrubs and jets which guests can enjoy at leisure. Experience the oxygen facial, triple hydration facial or skin peel, leaving your face soft, smooth and rehydrated.

Round off your treatment with a manicure, pedicure or the tan-can to get your body bronzed and poolside ready. Alternatively relax in the dining sala and enjoy sumptuous snacks and a refreshing drink without having to get out of your comfy robe.

The Fairlawns Spa is the perfect spot to retreat from the daily grind and completely unwind – a true haven and urban oasis.

Get in touch with Fairlawns Spa

Website: www.fairlawns.co.za

Phone: 011 808 7300

Facebook: www.facebook.com/FairlawnsBoutiqueHotel

Instagram: www.instagram.com/fairlawnsboutiquehotel

Twitter: www.twitter.com/fairlawnsboutiq

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