Maya Cacao And Swedish Massage

Chaa Creek’s Hilltop Spa promotes physical and mental harmony in a stunning natural setting

one of the most stunning, relaxing settings imaginable

The Lodge at Chaa Creek has just posted an updated Hilltop Spa menu that blends traditional treatments like ancient Maya botanicals and Swedish massage with the latest products and techniques to offer guests “unique experiences that refresh both the mind and body,” the Belizean jungle lodge’s general manager announced.

“While the timeless beauty of the surrounding rainforest never changes, we’re constantly looking at new trends and natural products,” Bryony Fleming Bradley said.

“Providing a service that blends thousands of years of tradition with cutting-edge practices and technologies is always a balance of keeping the things that work so well while introducing new treatments and products as they become available,” she added.

Before assuming the general manager position from her mother in this family owned and operated Belizean eco-resort, Ms Bradley founded and then managed the Hilltop Spa.

“It was a challenge to build a full service, professional spa in such a pristine rainforest location that, at the time, was fairly remote,” Ms Bradley explained, “But it was something I was passionate about, and felt Chaa Creek’s guests would appreciate.

“Fortunately, our guests responded enthusiastically, and the Hilltop Spa was pretty much a hit from day one,” she said.

Ms Bradley said that while the spa’s early success was driven by positive word of mouth, its environmentally friendly practices, use of forest botanicals used by the local Maya for thousands of years, professional staff and stringent quality controls have generated global recognition.

Since then, the Hilltop Spa has received recognition from travel authorities such as Lonely Planet and TripAdvisor and was recognised as one of the “World’s Top Ten Value Spas” by the authoritative Gayot’s Guide.

Caribbean travel site Caribya described its location “above the Macal River with a panoramic view of the Maya Mountains and lush Caribbean rainforest,” as “one of the most stunning, relaxing settings imaginable.”

Ms Bradley said the tranquil rainforest setting…

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