Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa names new spa director

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Last Updated on Monday, 28 October, 2019 at 3:31 pm by Christian Keszthelyi

Susanne Fisch has been named the new spa director of Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa in Attard, according to a press statement sent to Business Malta. She will oversee the re-launch of the iconic Athenaeum Spa, which is set to reopen in early 2020 following extensive refurbishment works.

Susanne Fisch, new spa director of Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa in Attard.

Ms Fisch, who is originally from Germany, has taken on this new role following her previous position at the Duniye Spa within Crown & Champa in the Maldives, where she oversaw 12 spa operations across 12 islands.

She has also worked in different roles at the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Resort; the preopening and launch of the first ELENA Spa at OBLU by Atmosphere Hotels & Resorts at Helengeli in the Maldives; as well as the Six Senses Spa at the Soneva Kiri Resort & Private Residence; and the Six Senses Spa at Six Senses Resort & Spa Yao Noi, both located in Thailand. Her spa experience follows further positions in other parts of the hospitality sphere, working for brands including the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel in the United States.

“I am thrilled to take on this role at the legendary Corinthia Palace, and to be tasked with the exciting reopening of the Athenaeum Spa,” says Ms Fisch. “This hotel’s inimitable legacy is with us, and now my focus is to translate that into the wellness aspect of what we offer to our guests.”

Ms Fisch says people live an increasingly sped-up life today, which makes time the most valuable resource they have. “If our clients trust us with their time then that is a huge gift. So to deliver on their trust, we aim to uplift their lives in the period that they are with us – and that is exactly what the new Athenaeum Spa will do,” she says.

“This is certainly an exciting time for the Corinthia Palace and the Athenaeum Spa, as we work to create a spa experience that exceeds the expectations of anything we have seen in Malta – and perhaps Europe – so far,” she concludes.

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