Designed with Pierre Josselin at HBA, the new ESPA at the Fairmont Baku in Azervaijan, exudes grandeur and elegance, from the bespoke mosaic pool floors and warm anigre woods to the striking accents of red that run throughout the design. The unique Sky Garden with large Sun Deck and Poolside Sauna offer guests unique views of the Caspian Sea and creates a stunning spa feature.
The new ESPA Baku is situated within the prestigious landmark mixed-use complex of Flame Towers in Baku, which houses the Faimont Hotel, luxury residences, retail and offices. Rising nearly 800 feet, the Flame Towers is an ensemble of three towers located on a hill overlooking Baku Bay and the old city center.
Spread over two floors and covering 3,500 metres in total, the ESPA Baku features several functions: the lower level of the spa is reserved for revitalisation and features all things active, and the upper passive area is for relaxation. Rich tones of warm amber and bronze, tactile materials and highlights of crystal create an extraordinary backdrop. The Spa also features the largest Hammam in the region and breathtaking views of the Caspian Sea.
Other highlights of the ESPA Baku include a white glass Mosaic indoor swimming pool, 2 vitality pools, poolside auna with floor to ceiling glass windows, State-of-the-Art Gym (Technogym), Yoga and meditation studio. The Spa is headed by Spa Director Kamal Khalil, previously at Kezner’s Mazagan Resort Morrocco and Moevenpick Beirut.
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