10 June 2020, Langkawi, Kedah. V Integrated Wellness at The Andaman, A luxury Collection Resort will reopen its doors 1 July 2020. Following the announcement made by The Prime Minister on 7 June, the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) was replaced with the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO). The move allows for more lenient restrictions with interstate travel permitted and the industry's revival is now focused on domestic market as International borders are still closed.
The Hotel’s opening will be benchmarked against the Health Ministry's requirements, WHO (World Health Organisation, AMSPA (Association of Malaysian Spas), Malaysian National Spa Council] and Marriott International.
To welcome guests to continue their wellness journey, the Management and staff have worked diligently during the closure to update and upgrade its already rigorous sanitation and hygiene standards, implementing new policies and procedures to promote the health and safety of guests and staff.
Our priority now is to offer meaningful services, focused on immune building, synergizing mind and body while balancing and strengthening through the integration of our five pillar of wellness to help our guests recover from the long lock downs, and anxieties that had built up in the isolations and restriction.
Paradise Day Dream priced at MYR 1,888 is a value for money package that includes our core offering with the ultimate spirit of an island vacation. It is not regimented and allows guests to book their pampering at the time of their choice. Other inclusions include Yoga, Holistic Wellness Assessments, Bio Impedance Analysis (BIA) with Fitness Training and Healthy Cuisine to get the body into good shape again.
Some changes have been made to the operate in the “new normal”. While spa operation hours remain 9am to 9pm, adjustments to include limited hours at the Fitness center which will open 7am and close at 9pm so it will always be manned. Some equipment has also been removed to allow for distancing.
In efforts to minimize contamination, we have removed printed materials such as the menus. But guests can now access promotions by scanning the QR codes using their own mobile phones.
Our snack bar will be closed and we will offer welcome drinks and snacks in single use, individually packed environmentally friendly packaging. Another bar closed will be the testers and samplers which will be available upon request.
V Integrated Wellness will continue to follow local, state and national regulations regarding the safe operation of the Spa as we continue to receive additional guidance from authorities, its policies and practices will be updated accordingly.
The duty-free island of Langkawi has a lingering legend woven into its history with intriguing tales of mythology and legends with sacred sites to heal the body, enlighten the mind, increase creativity, develop psychic abilities, and awaken the soul. Since the reopening of interstate borders. The island has been on the right track and remains as the preferred choice for the domestic tourism sector since the announcement was made to allow local travel.