Cinq Mondes Spa at Le Beau-Rivage Palace - Lausanne

21 July 2010

Recently we spent a glorious day of pampering at the Cinq Mondes Spa at Le Beau-Rivage Palace in Lausanne on the edge of Lake Geneva. The founder of the Cinq Mondes spa concept, Jean-Louis Poiroux, has utilised more than ten years of global travelling to discover the best massages and treatments in the world. The Cinq Mondes philosophy incorporates ancient health and beauty rituals combined with design elements from Japan, India, North Africa, China and Bali.

The first spa of its kind opened in Paris in 2001, winning the European Spa Award for best concept and consequently, is now the most popular day spa in the city of light. Le Beau-Rivage Palace has invested over £5M to bring the Cinq Mondes to Lausanne promising the most beautiful spa in Switzerland.

Cinq Mondes Spa at Le Beau-Rivage Palace - Lausanne

Enjoy the sensory pleasures of walking through the “Tropical Rain Promenade” or soak in a traditional Japanese bath sprinkled with aromatic flowers and let your mind drift.

From the gentle fragrances which welcome guests upon arrival, to the beautiful sleek, but restful décor, creating a Zen-like atmosphere. A haven for anyone wanting to escape the daily pressures of city life, whilst appreciating the originality of treatments that use ancestral recipes such as the Balinese massage and Taoist facial.

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All images by Le Beau-Rivage Palace.

CELLOPHANELAND* were guests of Le Beau-Rivage Palace.