One of Europe’s leading medi-wellness locations, Clinique La Prairie reopened to guests on May 31 following the Covid-19 lockdown.
Welcoming guests with newly enhanced health and hygiene protocols, the team followed advice from the Swiss health authorities, which includes additional cleaning protocols, the implementation of social distancing and a requirement for guests and employees to wear face masks.
In the hotel, restaurant, fitness centre and spa, strict protocols have been implemented to ensure maximum protection for guests and staff, which has been communicated clearly and concisely for guests on the website.
Discussing the brand’s Revitalisation programme, which has been developed over 90 years with the aim of strengthening the immune system and promoting healthy living, CEO Simone Gibertoni said the lockdown period had provided time for its enhancement: “We have used this time to continue strengthening our programme offerings, including additional immune fortifying elements and enhanced longevity and immunity-focused wellness and nutrition into our flagship programme,” he said.
The clinic’s team of life science experts also finalised a natural method to optimise the body cleansing process of its Master Detox. Nutrigenomics – the science of the interaction between genes and nutrients – focuses on anti-inflammatory and immunostimulant properties and has a beneficial effect on the microbiota.
“We are taking our Master Detox to the next level with an even more bespoke programme and the integration of this advanced science,” Gibertoni concluded.