Hawaiian’s Chahoya Spa by L’Occitane has been awarded the Best Luxury Day Spa in regional Australia.
It’s the second time that the day spa, located at Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa in Broome, has been recognised by the prestigious World Luxury Spa Awards. The announcement was made at a gala event in Vietnam last weekend.
Last year, Chahoya Spa by L’Occitane took out the Best Luxury Day Spa Australia award.
The World Luxury Spa Awards are recognised as the world’s leading awards initiative for luxury spas, setting benchmarks in quality, innovation and service for spas around the globe. Award categories are voted for by spa guests based on service of excellence.
Chahoya Spa by L’Occitane is a luxurious sanctuary featuring seven private suites adorned with original Sidney Nolan artwork, a double vichy shower room, relaxation deck and private courtyards providing guests with a tranquil retreat. Chahoya is Japanese for pamper, with the complete guest experience translated in the meaning.
The Chahoya Spa concept has been derived from synergies between the raw Kimberley and the organic essence of Provence to deliver a unique journey of wellbeing.
Chahoya Spa rituals offer treatments nurtured by the landscape, natural ingredients and rituals of the Mediterranean within a relaxing haven. Guests are transported through a sensory journey, sequenced at every step by soothing and energising aromas.
Hawaiian Chief Executive Officer Russell Gibbs said Cable Beach Resort & Spa is very honoured to be recognised two years in row by a such a prestigious initiative.
“We spent time researching the right partner, being L’Occitane, that could extend the luxury offering of the resort which is nestled in a remote but iconic and beautiful location,” Mr Gibbs said.
Hawaiian is a privately owned Western Australian based property investment and development group with an evolving portfolio across the office building, shopping centre, resort, hotel and land development markets, established in 1993.