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Millennium Hilton Bangkok Deepens Its Commitment to Today’s Wellness Traveler with eforea spa Refresh

BANGKOK, Thailand, March 8, 2016 - To meet the needs of today’s wellness-minded guests, Millennium Hilton Bangkok has evolved its legendary offerings by reimagining the hotel’s eforea spa. The eforea spas at Millennium Hilton Bangkok has followed suit with the  25 other eforea spa locations globally, adding three new Journey Enhancements treatments that embrace ancient healing methods and incorporating a refreshed treatment menu that complements the changes to the concept’s identity worldwide.

Reengineered Treatment Menu

In addition to the new look and feel, eforea spas around the world will be rolling out an updated treatment menu. The new menu at Millennium Hilton Bangkok include three unique, carefully-crafted, short-duration Journey Enhancements – treatments packed with ancient healing methods plucked from the world’s most fabled spa and health cultures. Master Therapist Sean Jordan, in collaboration with Hilton’s wellness team and many eforea spa team members, developed these 25-minute mini-treatments, which spotlight regions of the body with condensed areas of nerve endings and tension. These special treatments are commonly added to full duration services such as the Essentials and Escape Journeys or can be enjoyed individually for those who have limited time.

Guests can also continue to enjoy the two very popular Journey treatment options at eforea spas globally. The Essentials Journey is composed of powerful, technologically advanced treatments that are sought after in every part of the world. In addition, Millennium Hilton Bangkok has taken a unique approach to the bespoke and localized Escape Journey, incorporating fresh and local ingredients, products and therapies.

At Millennium Hilton Bangkok, guests can indulge with the “Taste of Siam” for a complete body rejuvenation which encompasses soothing massages from head to toe complete with a silky body wrap using a Thai Tamarind blend. They can embark on their escape to a balanced state of being with Aromatic Herbal Compress using therapeutic herbs including prai, ginger, turmeric and lemongrass. Guest can also enjoy a choice of Customized Body Scrub offered to suit their individual needs including Coconut Scrub, purifying Siamese Scrub, Red Seaweed Marine Collagen Firming or Thai Tamarind Scrub.
“Our guests seek balance more than ever before and turn to us for the latest wellness solutions and methods. Whether they are visiting Thailand or are community members here, we are thrilled to bring our guests the latest wellness solutions and methods,” said Ryan Crabbe, Senior Director of Global Wellness, Hilton Worldwide. “With our re-inspired eforea spa concept, we aim to deliver a friendly environment that allows our guests to check out of their busy lives and emerge brighter with a deeper understanding of how wellness has the power to leave them feeling healthy and rejuvenated.

Spa Concept Refresh

With everything from a redesigned logo that acknowledges the power of global fitness trends, refreshed interior design standards, new marketing materials, and a redesigned treatment menu, the eforea spa at Millennium Hilton Bangkok’s new identity evokes warmth, timeless style and aims to make the spa more comfortable.

The rejuvenated treatment menu and revitalized eforea spa concept at Millennium Hilton Bangkok are customized to fit the personal outcomes that today's wellness guests seek. For more information on eforea spa and the treatments offered globally visit To stay up to date with the latest eforea spa news visit


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