The Steigenberger Golf & Spa Resort in Camp de Mar offers specialised ‘Medical Beauty’ treatments that rejuevenate the face and body.
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About Steigenberger Hotel & Resort Camp de Mar
From its golden beaches dotting miles of glittering coastline to its fertile central plains and majestic sierras, few destinations in the world offer such diversity in one place as Mallorca. And with its exceptional choice of facilities, covering everything from golfing and gastronomy to cycling and spa treatments, few hotels on the island offer such variety as the Steigenberger Hotel & Resort Camp de Mar.
This classically-styled five-star property is nestled on the outskirts of the Camp de Mar resort, surrounded by scented pine trees, towering cacti, and the manicured fairways of Golf de Andratx ¬– one of the island’s most prestigious courses. For keen cyclists, the hotel’s bang-up-to-date bike centre makes it the perfect base for exploring the picturesque Calvià region on two wheels. And for gourmands, there are two excellent dining options, one exploring traditional local fare and another offering refined Mediterranean cuisine.
But above all, this Steigenberger hotel is best known for a spa that is genuinely world-class. Not just offering a wide choice of traditional spa treatments, the hotel’s wellness centre also features a selection of state-of-the-art medical beauty therapies to rival anywhere on the island, and beyond. Guests can return home looking years younger with cosmetic rejuvenating treatments such as non-surgical facelifts and diamond tip microdermabrasion.
On offer, too, are the latest therapies in pain management using the cutting-edge technologies individually tailored for each client. A Finnish sauna, hammam, large indoor pool and state-of-the-art fitness suite with personal trainers on hand complete the 1,400 square-metre spa.
Add 164 spacious guest rooms and suites, a superb freeform outdoor pool, and two elegant bars, all within a just minutes walk of the shimmering Camp de Mar bay, and the result is – like Mallorca itself – somewhere that really does have it all.