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Clinique La Prairie's urban Longevity Hub concept launching in Taipei this November

Clinique La Prairie is opening a new urban longevity centre in Taipei, Taiwan
Launching 25 November, the Longevity Hub will be the fourth in the brand's portfolio, joining existing sites in Doha, Madrid and Bangkok
CLP is set to continue expanding its footprint in Asia and open a premium health resort in Anji, China
Programming will focus on optimisation of both the body and mind
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This exciting opening will deliver progressive health and wellness programmes in an ambience of unparalleled luxury
Credit: Clinique La Prairie

Clinique La Prairie (CLP) is preparing for the imminent opening of its fourth global Longevity Hub Taipei in Taiwan on 25 November.

Following the launch of the urban hub concept in Madrid, Bangkok and Doha, the new destination will offer a distilled version of the Swiss brand’s signature offerings grounded in longevity science, preventative medicine, nutrition, wellness and health.

CLP is one of a growing number of operators creating urban satellite sites where they can connect with their clients all year round.

The Taipei outpost’s programming will focus on body and mind optimisation, with technologies including Neuro Wave Stimulation, cryotherapy, far infrared therapy, IV drips, immersive experiences that promote balance and vitality and the latest body treatments.

Each journey will start with the proprietary CLP Longevity Index assessment that is designed to tailor solutions to every individual.

Simone Gibertoni, CEO of CLP, says: “We’re honoured to announce this exciting opening in Asia which will deliver progressive health and wellness programmes in an ambience of unparalleled luxury.

“Our Taipei hub represents CLP’s continued commitment to our 90-year journey of premium wellness, offering international guests unique expertise, treatments and technologies close to home.”

Stay tuned for the next issue of Spa Business for an exclusive interview with Gibertoni about CLP and its plans for the future, including updates about its first health resort in China and in Saudi Arabia at the vast Saudi giga-project Amaala.


The Taipei outpost will feature luxury relaxation areas including a lounge and guests will get access and insight into the following areas:• Longevity and Nutrition: Medical specialists in the fields of longevity, genetics/epigenetics and nutrition will offer consultations and follow-ups to assess guests’ daily routines, give an in-depth insight into their state of health, and provide a tailor-made guide to overhaul their lifestyle.

Beauty: To address cellular ageing inside and out, a team of aesthetic medicine specialists will combine advanced knowledge and state-of-the-art technology to provide a broad range of personalised treatments for lasting and effective results.

Wellbeing: Guests will also relax and recharge. Their wellbeing concerns will be addressed with scientifically proven treatments and wellness traditions that promote continuous transformation.


Two exclusive membership programmes will be available:• Longevity Privilege (one year): Under the continuous guidance of CLP’s longevity specialists, this journey includes a fully integrated approach involving assessments, expert follow-up, wellbeing, workouts and weekly treatments, with a host of complimentary benefits.

• Longevity Premium (one year): The Premium membership’s features have been specifically designed to give members an in-depth picture of their health, and help them benefit from the latest technologies, science and assessments.

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