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The ORGANIKA partnership will allow our guests to access a range of unique organic and natural spa treatment experiences to help rejuvenate the body, mind and soul
– Nicolas Peth

VIE Hotel Bangkok has relaunched its spa following a four-month renovation and partnered with Thai spa brand ORGANIKA, the organic spa brand created by Thai-Danish actress, Sririta Jensen.

The luxury boutique hotel is part of the MGallery Hotel Collection owned by Accor. It was redesigned by Bangkok-based PIA Interior Company, using a nature-inspired palette of fresh, comforting colours and incorporating touches of bronze and soft lighting.

The 580sq m VIE Spa by ORGANIKA spa has six treatment rooms – three of which are suitable for couples – a Thai massage room and a spa suite with a jacuzzi.

Guests can choose from a range of aromatherapy packages and full-body treatments, massages, facials and scrubs, designed to calm and purify the body and mind.

The spa’s signature 90-minute journey – called The Organika Aromatic Candle Massage – uses pure essential oils, soy butter, jojoba and vitamins A and E to help nourish and moisturise the skin, as well as to relieve stress.

Jensen described the treatment as “a true zenith of relaxation” and claims: “it promotes a profound sense of relaxation and the kind of deep, healthy sleep the body really needs. It’s an unforgettable therapeutic spa experience”.

Nicolas Peth, GM of VIE Hotel Bangkok, said: “The ORGANIKA partnership will allow our guests to access a range of unique organic and natural spa treatment experiences to help rejuvenate the body, mind and soul”.

A range of ORGANIKA spa products are also available for purchase, including aroma-massage candles featured in the signature treatment, milk bath and massage oil, hand and body wash and aromatic diffusers.

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VIE Hotel Bangkok has relaunched its spa following a four-month renovation and partnered with Thai spa brand ORGANIKA, the organic spa brand created by Thai-Danish actress, Sririta Jensen.
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