Ania Mankowska-Allard Appointed Director of Spa at Rosewood Sand Hill

China, Hong Kong. November 24, 2021

Ania Mankowska-Allard has been appointed spa director of Sense®, A Rosewood Spa at Rosewood Sand Hill, the luxury five-star hotel set in the heart of Silicon Valley. In her new role, Mankowska-Allard will be responsible for the oversight and development of Sense®, A Rosewood Spa, enhancing the overall guest experience through the creation of new and innovative treatments, holistic wellness offerings and likeminded partnerships with local and artisanal brands.

A successful professional with over 18 years of experience working in the wellness and hospitality industry, Mankowska-Allard's has led teams in ultra-luxury resorts, maintained high-quality standards and guest services, pioneered wellness programs, developed treatment menus and merged traditional spa treatments with advancing technology and medicine. Most recently, Mankowska-Allard served as spa director of Nob Hill Spa at The Huntington Hotel for 10 years, where she oversaw all operations, from employee relations to finances, and introduced new spa and wellness experiences exclusive to the hotel.

In line with Mankowska-Allard's arrival to Rosewood Sand Hill, Sense® Spa will begin offering a host of new services and amenities including Tara CBD, a local holistic wellness brand as an add-on to massages and pedicures, bringing anti-stress, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties to the treatments for additional pampering.

"Ania is one of the most revolutionary spa professionals in the industry and we can't wait to see what she brings to Sense®, A Rosewood Spa," said Philip Meyer, managing director of Rosewood Sand Hill. "She has the ability to develop innovative and exclusive treatments and we're confident that under her guidance, Sense Spa will further solidify its reputation as the region's premier luxury resort and day spa concept."

Sense®, A Rosewood Spa at Rosewood Sand Hill embraces its verdant natural surroundings to ensure a tranquil escape for resort guests and Silicon Valley residents alike, offering 13 treatment rooms and an array of personalized services inspired by local traditions and Northern California's abundant natural resources. The spa also features separate men's and women's locker rooms with a relaxation area, wet lounge and charming outdoor courtyard with whirlpool, as well as a Duet Suite with outdoor garden and whirlpool, movement studio, full-service hair salon and nail salon. Overlooking English gardens, the spacious fitness center offers the most advanced fitness and wellness suite from Technogym® and features Peleton® bikes.

This year, Rosewood Sand Hill was honored by Condé Nast Traveler's 2021 Readers' Choice Awards as the number one hotel in the "Top 20 Hotels in Northern California" category, and even further, Sense®, A Rosewood Spa at Rosewood Sand Hill was acknowledged as "California's Best Resort Spa" in the World Spa Awards 2021.

Media Contact:

Subscribe to our newsletter
for more Hotel Newswire articles

Related News

Choose a Social Network!

The social network you are looking for is not available.

Close
Coming up in December 2021...

Hotel Law: The Consequences of Covid-19


As might be expected, the Hotel Law profession is contending with all types of legal issues stemming from the effects of Covid-19. Nearly all hotel employers are being impacted, dealing with issues such as leaves of absence, workers' classification, discrimination disputes, arbitration agreements, and union relations. In addition, some hotels are being obligated to comply with new Covid-19 health and safety laws, pertaining to workplaces that pose a risk of "imminent hazard."  There are also legal issues surrounding workplace Covid testing, and quarantining and isolation requirements. Worker compensation issues are also a concern when employees may have contracted Covid at work. New laws are classifying these illnesses as "occupational injuries" and therefore eligible for benefits. Other non-Covid legal issues that are coming to the forefront  involve an uptick of lawsuits pertaining to the American Disabilities Act and, in some states, there has been an expansion of the Family Leave Act. These are just a few of the subjects that the December issue of the Hotel Business Review will address in the area of Hotel Law.