Entre Cielos is an award-winning boutique hotel built by a group of Swiss friends on a picturesque plot of land in Vistabla, a scenic town 30 minutes outside Mendoza’s city center. Spanning 20 acres, Entre Cielos is a modern 16-room hotel, free-standing spa, open-air grill, wine bar and eight-acre vineyard overlooking the snowcapped peaks of the Andes mountain range. Drawing from a popular spa trend in their native Switzerland, the owners built an authentic Hamam + Spa, the first of its kind in Latin America. Entre Cielos was awarded a 2013 World Boutique Hotel Award for the best boutique hotel in South America. GuardiaVieja 1998, Vistalba, Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza; email@example.com; +54 261 498 3377
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Hammam and Spa at Entre Cielos
The Swiss owners of Entre Cielos imported the hotel’s spa concept to create Latin America’s first six-stage circuit hammam, drawing from a popular spa trend in Switzerland. The hammam is a bathing ritual that originated in the Orient over a thousand years ago, which evolved over time to become an integral part of societal life in Arabic, Greek, Roman, and Turkish cultures. The treatments use heat and water to rid the body of accumulated toxins and help purify the mind. Entre Cielos’ service follows the traditional 10-minute time rhythm. You begin with a warm shower and wrap yourself in a Turkish “pestemal,” or body towel. A spa attendant quietly guides you through two steam baths set at different temperatures, two exfoliation rooms, a temperature-controlled swimming pool, a hot stone relaxation rock, and an elective natural clay body mask at the end of the circuit. If your stress didn’t evaporate entirely with the steam, you may want to consider tacking on Cleopatra aromatic oil massage to deepen your state of relaxation. GuardiaVieja 1998, Vistalba, Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza; firstname.lastname@example.org; +54 261 498 3377