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Jeremy McCarthy labels Mandarin Oriental’s Silent Night as ‘hugely successful’
By Megan Whitby 15 Nov 2019
The Silent Night Programme has been running for four years.
Mandarin Oriental hotel group’s Silent Night programme will take place this year on the 11 December.

All Mandarin Oriental spas will offer their normal treatment menu until 5.00pm, after which time there will be no talking or music to create a sense of peace and encourage introspection. All communication will take place in a brief consultation at the beginning of the spa journey.

“A lot of the value of a spa experience comes from simply disconnecting from technology and experiencing time for yourself in silence,” said Jeremy McCarthy, group spa director for Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group.

“Silent Night has been hugely successful – it makes people think, and it makes people appreciate what spas bring to our society. Spas are one of the last safe havens where people can go to have this quiet time away from technology, and the reaction we get from our guests is very positive.”

Mandarin is encouraging clients to come alone or invite a loved one whom they would like to share the silent experience.

The spas are also offering guests a Digital Wellness escape – a one hour 20-minute restorative treatment that focuses on the head, eyes, neck, shoulder, hands and feet to help ground the body and mind.

Guests can enjoy additional Silent Night events in certain locations, such as Silent Yoga in Bangkok, Guangzhou, Kuala Lumpur, Munich and Marrakech, Meditation Classes in Boston, Canouan, Macau and Hong Kong, or Singing Bowl therapies in Prague and Singapore.

Mandarin Oriental has been running the Silent Night programme since 2015.


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Jeremy McCarthy labels Mandarin Oriental’s Silent Night as ‘hugely successful’
POSTED 15 Nov 2019 . BY Megan Whitby
The Silent Night Programme has been running for four years.
Spas are one of the last safe havens where people can go to have quiet time away from technology.
– Jeremy McCarthy, Mandarin Oriental's group spa director
Mandarin Oriental hotel group’s Silent Night programme will take place this year on the 11 December.

All Mandarin Oriental spas will offer their normal treatment menu until 5.00pm, after which time there will be no talking or music to create a sense of peace and encourage introspection. All communication will take place in a brief consultation at the beginning of the spa journey.

“A lot of the value of a spa experience comes from simply disconnecting from technology and experiencing time for yourself in silence,” said Jeremy McCarthy, group spa director for Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group.

“Silent Night has been hugely successful – it makes people think, and it makes people appreciate what spas bring to our society. Spas are one of the last safe havens where people can go to have this quiet time away from technology, and the reaction we get from our guests is very positive.”

Mandarin is encouraging clients to come alone or invite a loved one whom they would like to share the silent experience.

The spas are also offering guests a Digital Wellness escape – a one hour 20-minute restorative treatment that focuses on the head, eyes, neck, shoulder, hands and feet to help ground the body and mind.

Guests can enjoy additional Silent Night events in certain locations, such as Silent Yoga in Bangkok, Guangzhou, Kuala Lumpur, Munich and Marrakech, Meditation Classes in Boston, Canouan, Macau and Hong Kong, or Singing Bowl therapies in Prague and Singapore.

Mandarin Oriental has been running the Silent Night programme since 2015.
Mandarin is encouraging clients to come alone or invite a loved one whom they would like to share the silent experience.
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