Discover moments of beauty, serenity, and peace with unique experiences at the Heavenly Spa by Westin™, which fuses modern spa therapies with ancient Chinese traditions. Tranquil lounges and wellbeing rooms are suffused with calming natural colors, luscious scents, and restful lighting. Attentive therapists and sumptuous treatments ensure that this is the place to renew and recharge in bustling Beijing.
Upon arrival, you will be led to a serene sanctuary lounge where special calming rituals will help you reflect and dream before your personalized treatment begins. Uncomfortable shoes are replaced by blissfully soft slippers while you sip a fragrant herbal tea.
You will then be encouraged to listen to your body’s rhythm by rubbing a wooden baton around the edge of an ancient Tibetan bowl to produce an elegant chime. Just before you retreat to your private room, you are invited to symbolically place your worries and stresses in a burden basket. The handcrafted basket is then placed outside your treatment room to ensure that your burdens are left behind. Other sensory elements include music to suit your mood during your experience, and a foot bath of peppermint and rose petals to cleanse the aura and mark the start of every treatment.
Named after the seven pillars of wellbeing, our five spa rooms and two suites are designed for total privacy and thoughtfully equipped with the latest in hydrotherapy. Options include futon-style massage beds; indulgent infinity bathtubs and drenching rainforest showers, which feature colorful lighting to inspire tranquility; and aromatic steam rooms, where such scents as lavender and white tea help balance and restore.
Designed for two people to retreat for a half-day, the spa suite is a decadent refuge, with two massage beds, giant baths, and rainforest showers. Couples can indulge in tailored spa cuisine menus and their very own sanctuary lounge.
Reservations at least four hours in advance are recommended; all prices are quoted in Chinese yuan (CNY), do not include taxes or gratuities, and may be subject to change.