Asian Spa Rituals At Padma Resort Legian

January 04, 2018

Asian Spa Rituals at Padma Resort Legian

What’s a holiday to Bali without a head-to-toe rejuvenating pampering session? While you’re staying at Padma Resort Legian here in Bali, do make sure to visit the resort’s newly refurbished spa facility called The Spa. Previously known as and managed by Mandara Spa, Padma Resort Legian has given The Spa a refresher; a modern facelift that creates a luxurious, bright and airy sanctum for its guests who are seeking for complete relaxation in a distinguished and outstanding location.

Experience bliss at the gentle hands of The Spa’s trained therapists using the finest spa products from internationally renowned Elemis. Do try The Spa’s signature treatments called the Frangipani Warm Oil Massage or Radiance Spa Experience. All treatments at The Spa were designed to nurture from inside and out, based on its wellness goal of soothing, uplifting, and purifying, all the while driven by the passion to bring the best elements of nature for healing and relaxation. Soon, The Spa will introduce the much-awaited treatment called the Energy Healing treatment, a combination of massage with the calming sound of singing bowls that have been proven to reduce stress, heal pain, and create a deep sense of peace.

“Our spa remedies are inspired by authentic Asian rituals as well as global cutting-edge trends. We would like our guests to experience inner bliss during each session,” said Lulu Widjaja, The Spa Director.

A five-star art sanctuary, Padma Resort Legian is a serene paradise under the renowned Legian, Bali sunset. This beautiful sprawling resort is nestled amidst 6.8 hectares of tropical foliage, facing the local beach renowned for its golden sunset. There are 432 spacious and comfortable guest rooms and suites designed in the resort’s distinct Balinese and contemporary style which are visible in all of its 16 different types of Rooms, Chalets, and Suites. You’ll be assured of a wonderful and memorable stay here amidst modern comforts, world-class facilities and classic Balinese hospitality.

When hungry, simply take your pick! There are 6 different restaurants to choose from serving Indonesian, Balinese, Japanese, Italian and International flavours. Facilities include 5 swimming pools, a fitness centre with steam room and sauna, kids’ club and games centre, a breathtaking beach and a resplendent garden that you could spend hours in exploring. Art lovers will rejoice, as there are plenty of art sculptures located in the gardens and throughout the resort as well as fun activities for all such as Fish Feeding, Volley Ball and Water Aerobic in the Main Pool, Sunrise and Sunset Yoga, Diving and Snorkeling lessons, and so much more!

Padma Resort Legian is steps away from the most popular restaurants, beach clubs, bars, shopping outlets and cultural attractions, 10 minutes away from Seminyak and is only 20 minutes away from Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport by car.

To find out more about The Spa and Padma Resort Legian, please visit www.padmaresortlegian.com.

 

Padma Resort Legian

Jalan Padma No.1, Legian Bali

Tel: +62 361 752 111

www.padmaresortlegian.com

 


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