Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Homes by Deltona Participates in Reopening Festivities at Spa Laterra at World Golf Village

The Spa Laterra at World Golf Village recently held reopening festivities. Located adjacent to the King & Bear golf course, the destination day spa offers a full complement of massages, facials, body scrubs, wraps, makeup artistry, hair care and nail services.

Spa Laterra was purchased last summer by Laterra Spa Partners, which retained beauty and wellness visionary Juanita Wright of The Wright Touch Spa in Washington D.C. DC to makeover the spa and its services. She has developed a number of new signature treatments, including gold, diamond and caviar facials.

Karen Palmer, general sales manager at Homes by Deltona, won a spa treatment package at the recent Spa Laterra reopening event. “I love winning prizes – especially to such a beautiful and pampering spa. The new owners have given the spa a fresh appearance and the new treatments are magnificent,” said Palmer. “The spa is such a wonderful benefit for World Golf Village residents and visitors.”

The 9,000-square-foot spa facility was designed by renowned spa architect Robert D. Henry, noted for designing The Spa at Wynn Las Vegas, The Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Waikoloa Spa and Beach Club, and Canyon Ranch Living in Chicago. In addition to premier facials, the full-service spa also offers a wide variety of massages, body services, hand and foot rituals, and customized treatments specifically designed for golfers.

Spa Laterra offers 11 treatment rooms, including two couple’s retreats; a complete beauty salon with hair, manicure and pedicure stations; women’s and men’s private waiting room, locker areas, changing facilities, showers and steam rooms; a circular relaxation lounge with a rain shower feature; and an outdoor garden sanctuary with a koi pond, Jacuzzi and floating cabana treatment rooms.

Spa Laterra is located at 955 Registry Blvd. in World Golf Village. For more information, visit. www.spalaterra.com.

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