Inside Hotel Suite Villa María, Naiad emerges as a Wellness Center designed to achieve the perfect harmony between the relaxation of the body and the mind. We have created a space for those looking for intimacy and a personal service. Naiad offers facilities designed to enjoy a time of maximum relaxation in a space that provides great privacy. In this way, our Wellness Center brings you in closer to state-of-the-art treatments for personal care and a hydrothermal circuit with different stations that get you to leave all the problems, stress and routine behind.
What are you going to find in our Wellness Center?
Naiad gives you the chance of doing a circuit with a steam bath, hot tub hydrotherapy, showers with essences and a sauna. We believe that this is the best way to stimulate the activation of vital functions thanks to the different temperatures of water and steam and with the extra help of the essences used.
Then, we suggest letting the hands of our highly qualified team of professional specialists take care of you, by choosing one of the several varieties of massages that we offer to be enjoyed both individually or as a couple. A rewarding experience but also very romantic if you should wish to share it.
In Greek mythology, the Naiads are the nymphs presiding over fountains, wells, springs, streams, brooks and other bodies of fresh water. They were known throughout Europe, living in the Celtic and Medieval wells. They say the Naiads were and are very pretty.
All famous fountains and springs have their Naiad or their group of Naiads. They were often attributed healing powers: they drank or bathed in the waters they were associated with.
We were captivated by these stories at the Hotel Suite Villa María and we have decided that these nymphs are protecting the well-being of our guests. We want you to be able to feel the care and personalized attention that is reflected throughout the day to day running of our hotel in every inch of your skin. And so, Naiad sits amid our facilities making sure that your well-being is a top priority.
The logo was created from a Canarian “pintadera”. These were seals made from baked clay or wood by the Aboriginal people. With geometric shapes, triangles, rectangles, squares, circles etc., they are decorated in turn with printed geometric motifs.