Whether you’re looking for royal treatment or fast rubbing, the spa options in Bali seem unlimited.
Pampering travelers can easily create complete travel schedules around the day’s spa, and find themselves floating from an oiled acupressure massage to flower petals and mani-pedis baths.
If this sounds like happiness, check out the upscale hotels in Bali first, which almost all open their doors to the public for spa treatments? Plan ahead, as many of the days best spas are pre-booked.
Do not forget to dabble at traditional Balinese treatments – they rarely disappoint. Here’s your important guide to finding a little ‘aah & aah’ location Best spa in Bali. Part of Padma Resort in Legian, this spa is about spreading the wisdom and traditions of Balinese massage and healing.
With spas around 70 global locations including three in Bali, it seems the world cannot get enough of Mandara. The signature treatment in Legian includes frangipani body light and quartz lift face.
The Sheraton name is synonymous with trusted decadence, and Shine Best spa in Bali for Sheraton is no exception. There is a whole menu dedicated to the care of couples and families, as well as wax treatment rooms, body scrubs of rose petals and champagne – a honeymoon to do.
Prana Spa is perfect for an Arab princess with a grand color scheme, a hot and cold pool and a decadent menu of spa choices. Booking is essential for what is probably the most crowded spa in Bali, with guests preparing to get in and out of the place at any time.
But this will not detract from your ability to break away: infrared saunas, hair coloring, facial seaweed, ‘Lulur bath’ (ancient purification ritual) exfoliating massages and many treatments are revealed around the grand Bodyworks.