Imagine a place where indigenous influences and spa practices from around the world come together, delivering calm and relief from the everyday. That place is Hyatt Pure, a worldwide collection of spas that blend harmoniously with their natural surroundings.
Drawing from a depth of spa knowledge and teachings beginning in 1973 at the Hyatt Bali, the spas of Hyatt Pure aspire to create a unique experience inspired by the native culture.
Today, there are over 70 unique Hyatt Pure spas worldwide, ranging from Amara at the Park Hyatt in Dubai to Anara in Kauai, Hawaii to Amanary at the Grand Hyatt in Sao Paolo, Brazil. Each allows guests to discover natural ingredients, exquisite treatments, and unexpected beauty.
Hyatt Pure spas have been recognized worldwide exceeding guests expectations. Below are some of the accolades Hyatt Pure Spas have received in the past year.
At Hyatt Pure spas, locally grown ingredients enhance centuries old treatments to provide a unique spa experience inspired by the natural surroundings.
Hyatt consults with specialists worldwide to ensure the authenticity and purity of treatments provided at Hyatt Pure spas. These experts from around the globe include ayurvedic doctors located at Sereno Spa in Goa, India, who help deliver the ayurvedic principles of aligning the senses to the time of day. With these principles, Hyatt Pure has created products that can energize in the mornings, revitalize in the afternoons, and sooth and relax in the evenings.
Other consultants lending guidance to Hyatt Pure are a General Practitioner trained in European Therapy who has contributed his expertise to Hyatt Pure Spas in Bali, Goa, Bangkok and Scottsdale. A Sensei doctor has incorporated the 800-year-old technique of Japanese Hammering into various treatments at the Riraku Spa in Kyoto, Japan. Lomi Lomi masters at Hyatt's Hawaiian spas incorporate the nurturing practices inherited from generations before them.
Explore Hyatt Pure spas to discover the diverse and talented specialists dedicated to your spa experience.