Hard Rock Hotel invites GCC guests to world-first music spa

The four-star Hard Rock Hotel has launched the world’s first fully immersive music-centric spa

Hard Rock Hotel in the Swiss region of Graubunden welcomes guests from the region to its fully immersive music-centric spa.

Situated in the world-famous Swiss resort of Davos, the four-star Hard Rock Hotel, which opened in 2017. Its 94 rooms, suites and 17 apartments are lavishly furnished with enchanting mountain and village views, and there is a themed restaurant appropriately called ‘Sessions’, as well as a rooftop bar with a 360-degree view over Davos. 

Staying right on theme, the hotel has also introduced a ‘Sound of your Stay’ programme, where guests can order a Fender guitar or a Crosley player, including an amplifier, headphones and video lessons to their room.

However, this also extends to the hotel’s Rock Spa, which takes wellness to a new level. It is the world’s first fully immersive music-centric spa, utilising amplified vibrations, pressures and patterns as the foundation for its treatments. The groundbreaking experience takes guests on a rhythmic massage journey – bass vibrations ripple through the massage table as treble beats come from above, sending pulses through the body and leaving guests feeling energised and invigorated.

These reinvented Rock Spa treatments transcend current spa rituals and inspire spa-goers to ‘Play Hard, Purify Harder.’ Treatments include ‘The Smooth Operator’, ‘Face the Music’, and ‘The Wrap Remix’, amongst others. The Rock Spa also includes hydrotherapy pools, steam baths and saunas with rhythmic massages, facials and manicures.

The Swiss region of Graubunden is aiming to attract increasing numbers of GCC visitors this summer, with a focus on luxury and value-led health and wellness, as well as outdoor family adventures.

“In addition to Graubunden’s range of hotels and serviced apartments, Michelin-starred restaurants and immersive cultural experiences, which make it the perfect destination for GCC families this summer, the region is highlighting two rather unique spa hotels in our destination portfolio,” commented, Head of Business Development at Visit Graubunden, Tamara Loeffel.

Another spa in the region that she recommends is The Montana Spa at Chasa Montana – Alpine Luxury Hideaway. The hotel features an impressive 1,500-square-metre Roman-inspired spa with seven saunas and four pools, all heated to a temperature of between 28-36 degrees Celsius. 

Add a Michelin-star eatery to the mix and loads of scenic outdoor play and the area is perfect for last-minute summer plans.