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Stay­ing a night or two at a lux­ury ho­tel is no longer sim­ply about board and room—it’s also about all-around ful­fil­ment. These five-star abodes are def­i­nitely get­ting it right. Essa Spa—a name in­spired by “es­cape” and “sanc­tu­ary”—is Grand Hy­att Kuala Lumpur’s lux­u­ri­ous haven. Guests can be­gin at the 24-hour fit­ness cen­tre with ex­pert per­sonal train­ers, be­fore en­joy­ing the high-tech fa­cil­i­ties. Next, bal­ance your body’s en­er­gies with treat­ments that fol­low Ra­muan, Malaysian holis­tic for­mu­la­tions that heal from within. 12 Jalan Pi­nang, Kuala Lumpur.­ Newly opened in Novem­ber last year, Four Sea­sons Ho­tel Seoul is a paradigm for the 360-de­gree ho­tel ex­pe­ri­ence. From a panoramic view fac­ing the Gyeong­bok­gung Palace and the moun­tains that sur­round the city, to hanokin­spired interior de­signs, the ho­tel also has an ex­ten­sive spa menu that works with Korean medic­i­nal lore. High­lights are def­i­nitely Miyeok Slim-Steam Wrap, as well as Um Yang Rit­ual, a botan­i­cal cure us­ing herbs found in the an­cient healing bi­ble, Dongui Bogam. 97 Sae­mu­nan-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea. www.foursea­

Aman Venice With a host of fash­ion cam­paigns al­ready un­der her belt, Ger­ber cer­tainly got it from her mama: Cindy Craw­ford

One of the two cou­ple treat­ment suites at Essa Spa

The pri­vate spa in Four Sea­sons Ho­tel Seoul

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