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Brief Published: 26 Apr 2013

Hilton Launches Kids’ Spa


Global hotel giant Hilton has launched a kids' spa menu at its Maldives Iru Fushi Resort & Spa, offering themed treatments for both girls and boys aged three to 10. 

The Sweet Pea spa menu offers a series of massages, facials and body scrubs, as well as traditional Indian Ayurveda massages, which take place in a dedicated treatment room in the resort’s spa. Products used during the treatments are designed to add a fun element – such as a honey pot scrub in the Pooh Bear’s Journey treatment and tropical fresh fruits in the Mangoberry Smoothie facial. Nail painting, nail art, henna tattoos and hairstyling are also available. 

Parents can also enjoy bonding with their children in the Peas in a Pod family package, which invites parents to select a treatment from the adult spa menu to enjoy alongside their child. 

Offering a sophisticated and appealing alternative to the traditional kids’ club, a children’s spa or spa menu is a smart way for hotel brands to appeal to families without compromising on brand values. Stylus investigates this burgeoning health and wellness market in Junior Wellness: Spas for Kids

Hilton Maldives Iru Fushi Resort & Spa