Hyatt’s First Eco-Friendly Spa


Hyatt Regency Mission BayThe luxurious Hyatt Pure Spas pamper guests in distinguished locations around the world from Sao Paulo, Brazil to Tokyo, Japan and from Hamburg, Germany to South Sinai, Egypt. Yet, our own Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina was selected to be the first of those spas to go eco-friendly.

Called Blue Marble Spa™, the Hyatt incorporated a range of conservation principles, including the use of energy efficient light bulbs, floors of sustainable bamboo, a treatment menu in digital format, recycled paper, and eco-friendly cleaning products. Mission Bay Hyatt Eco SpaIn addition, Blue Marble™ provides guests with literature for reading and further education to connect us all to the idea that little changes in the way we live can create a big impact on the Earth, while restoring and cultivating our own person health, beauty, and wellness.

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