Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort Spa and Casino Gets a Wellness-Filled Makeover

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If Aruba is on your post-pandemic travel bucket list, the alluring Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort Spa and Casino just became more wellness-infused.

A multimillion-dollar renovation included the transformation of the ZoiA Spa, the addition of a new beachside adults-only pool aptly called Trankilo, and new wellness offerings.

The new ZoiA Spa encourages guests to find balance through a resonating emphasis on energy, purity, serenity, and devotion (of course, the surrounding tropical paradise also helps this cause).  Other wellness hot spots to have on your radar

The spa menu offers a variety of treatments, ranging from Aruba Sun Rescue using local aloe, to Island Breeze with pineapple sugar scrub. Another highlight of the new ZoiA Spa is Massage den Awa, a gentle form of body therapy for deep relaxation that is performed in the new adults-only Trankilo pool and combines elements of massage, shiatsu, and muscle stretching.

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A visit to the pristine new pool is an experience in itself. Trankilo features 10 spacious and private cabanas that include a shower, smart TV, minibar, crudités, island aloe products, a sofa and more. Guests can receive spa treatments in select cabanas as well.

The upgrades to the Hyatt Regency Aruba also come with a new role in the form of a Wellness and Wellbeing Ambassador. This individual works with guests who are in the market to improve their wellbeing and mindfulness at the resort through things like aerial and beach yoga, meditation, and water and land excursions.

A new wellness program “Rise and Shine” consists of various daily classes including aerial yoga, meditation and Tai Chi to help attendees unwind. There are also full moon yoga classes every month at the Big Palapa that will help guests restore energy and celebrate the beauty of the full moon.

While we may not be able to travel at the moment, we can at least daydream about this rejuvenating paradise known as Hyatt Regency Aruba.

By Erin Nicole Davis, association editor, Travel to Wellness