New Zealand’s Split Apple Retreat located on the edge of the famed Abel Tasman National Park has been accepted as the first New Zealand member of Healing Hotels of the World. This exclusive network of 60 worldwide luxury hotels, resorts and retreats offers the highest standards of holistic health, healing and spa programs.
Healing Hotels of the World has members in five continents, each sharing a natural passion to provide an authentic experience while educating guests on how to take care of their wellbeing during their stay and in the future. Healing Hotels of the World guests discover how to reconnect with themselves, experience new dimensions of wellbeing that lead to a life-long transformation and a healthier, happier and more balanced life.
At Split Apple Retreat, guests enjoy the ultimate wellness experience. Not just a spa, they will tailor-make a wellness program for you combining the talents of a culinary artist with the medical knowledge of a doctor whose primary focus over the past 15 years has been wellness and longevity. Not only will you feel totally rejuvenated and de-stressed, but you will be able to take home with you a number of practical ideas to enhance your life.
Split Apple owner and resident medical doctor Lee Nelson said “Split Apple Retreat is not only a dream wellness destination for the discerning, but also an experience in practical wellness and longevity. Our acceptance of membership of Healing Hotels is a perfect partnership, as each member of this hotel group focuses on the health and wellbeing market – an increasing trend in the travel industry”.
Split Apple’s guests are invited to relax and pamper themselves with pristine surroundings, private beach access, a saltwater pool on the deck, a spa, sauna, steam room and gym, massage, acupuncture, physical trainer, Pilates, tai chi, meditation guidance and other stress reduction therapies. Facials and body wraps are also available. Close at hand are some of the best bushwalks on offer in New Zealand – in the Abel Tasman National Park, secluded beaches, sea-kayaking, fishing, swimming with seals, and a helicopter service to access more isolated areas.
For more information visit www.splitappleretreat.com.