Spa, Bali

8 Reviews

  • the quiet end of the beach...beautiful
    the quiet end of the beach...beautiful
    by Chellenz
  • Other end of the beach.
    Other end of the beach.
    by Chellenz
  • beautiful waves.
    beautiful waves.
    by Chellenz

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    A Best Spa Experience

    by balisunshine Written May 14, 2006

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    Besides that this Spa
    has won the
    Spa Asia Crystal Award
    for the ‘Best Spa Experience in 2004’
    the setting of this sap offers
    what we may envision
    what a spa in Bali could be.

    You cross the grounds to an elevator,
    which will lead you on a wooden pathway
    to the ridge where the restaurant and spa are located.

    After passing the restaurant,
    you arrive to the cover open-air reception,
    looking over the swimming pool below the restaurant.

    The rooms are all made in wood,
    offering stunning views of
    the surrounding rainforest.

    Definitely a unique place
    to indulge in pampering yourself.

    Options include private single and double
    treatment pavilions which offer:

    four hand massage,
    60 minutes relaxing Balinese massage $50,
    60 minutes, natural facials at $50,
    60 minutes, organic body scrubs $55
    30 minutes flower or herbal bath $15
    60 minutes manicures $32
    60 minutes pedicures $32
    60 minutes reflexology $52

    There are several packages with prices ranging between $97-$145

    Best Spa Experience

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    Dreamland finally 4 trips later and I made it!!!

    by Chellenz Written Jan 12, 2008

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    Well every time I have gone to bali the intention was there to go to dreamland....finally this time we had a spare couple of hours after we had been for my wedding dressfitting. So off we went back to the hotel to get the towels and on with the swimmers...didn;t end up using them it was a bit rough and tumble for our likings but a beautiful beach and so sucluded at the moment looks like there is a few resorts bgetting built out there which is a shame but in saying that its a long way down and a good muscle work out to get back up.
    We really enjoyed it out here. We were going to stay for the sunset but we felt bad having the driver away from his family all day and night so we headed home as we were leaving caught some good shots of the statues at the entrance way in the setting sun.
    It was very hard to pick which photos to put on here so I just selected a range...wish I could put more on!!

    beautiful waves. the quiet end of the beach...beautiful Other end of the beach. Miss T at the entance. Sun about to set Sun reflection on the stone carving at sunset
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    Spa me with Class

    by balisunshine Written May 14, 2006

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    At one of the newest
    and luxurious, elite hotel,
    you have The Lembah Spa.

    With breathtaking views,
    while you treat yourself to a Jacuzzi,
    this spa offers pampering with style and comfort.

    The adjoining hotel,
    The Viceroy is a newlywed’s dream location
    to celebrate a new life together.

    Definitely a 5 star choice!

    Spa me with Class!!!!

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    Like Tarzan at Mango Tree Spa

    by balisunshine Written May 14, 2006

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    This spa is nestled in a mango tree
    and offer the sounds of
    the flowing Ayung River
    whilst being in a bamboo tree house.

    Or even try the copper bathtub,
    while relaxing in a warm bath of oil
    and flower pedals.

    A unique experience for 1 hour is
    The Shirodara from India which,
    includes the pouring of warm oil
    onto your forehead,
    stimulating your third eye: $80

    The 1 hour Top to Bottom treatment,
    includes a craniosacral to
    the foot reflexology: $45

    There are two different types of facials
    that are offered
    for the duration of 1 hour 30 mins at $55

    There is always the 2 hour massages such as,
    the Balinese Boreh, Javanese Lulur,
    The Aromatic Sea Salt, and the Green Tea.
    Each for $85.

    Other classical massages include
    the Deep Tissue for 1 hour and 30 mins at $80
    the Lavender Relaxation for 1 hour at $50
    the Custom Massage for 1 hour at $55
    and the Reflexology for 1 hour at $35

    Couple can experience the
    Wings of Love Package for $195

    For Worshipping your inner-Goddess,
    the 3 hour and 30 min. Madame Butterfly package
    which includes a massage, facial and
    a manicure or pedicure for $125 should do the trick.

    For that Metamorphosis experience try the
    body brushing, massage and sea salt scrub
    during 2 hours and 30 mins. for $95

    Other supplementary treatments include
    manicures from $25 - $30
    and the Pedicure for $25

    There are other options available on the menu.

    This is one spa that has an extensive list of choices.

    Copper Bathtub Double Massage Room Mango Tree House Massage room

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    A Spa 4 all Seasons

    by balisunshine Written May 22, 2006

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    If exquisite pampering
    is within your financial range,
    the the Spa at
    The Four Seasons Resort in Sayan
    is a definite good choice.

    This property offers interesting
    architectural feature as you enter the grounds.
    All constructed with the finest of materials.

    You’ll cross the iron wooden bridge
    that over looks a section of this resort.,
    leading down a finely crafted wooden stair case.

    As you head on further down to the lower floors
    where the spa is located,
    you will encounter the open view bar
    which faces the slopes of the Sayan.

    But it doesn’t stop here.
    One more floor down.

    And it is there that you encounter the spa reception.

    This Spa is one of the best well equipped that I have seen so far.
    A gym room, several Jacuzzis, a tea room,
    hair salon, and even a tea room.

    So, if you are visiting with a group,
    there is something for everyone.

    What is on the Spa menu?

    The holistic, Indian Ayurvedas lasting for 2 hours
    promise to offer all the natural healing that you may need. $130 - $220

    Have a chakra that is imbalanced?
    Then try the Chakra Dhara for 2 hours.
    Herbal oil will be dripped onto your energy, key points,
    and a massage from head to toe will be performed to balance your body. $220

    Or try one of the New Ayurvedic Treatments
    of various time durations, from 15 minutes to 90 minutes
    and prices from $20 - $100.

    Several types of Lulurs are offered,
    depending if combined with Tropical Rain,
    a Herbal Blend, all with the topping of yoghurt.
    Prices range from $450-$130.

    A Jacuzzi with a view Reception Tea Room Open Bar
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    A Spa 4 all Seasons-Part 2

    by balisunshine Written May 22, 2006

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    Jut want he traditional massages?
    Different durations from 30 – 90 minutes are offered.
    Prices range from $50-$100.

    Spring cleaning time?
    Try one of the various scrubs,
    offering ingredients such as Ginger, Rice and Spice.
    The duration of these scrubs are 60 minutes and priced at $70 .

    Get your body wrapped!
    Choices include clay, basil, and rosemary.
    Feel like a purified enchilada!
    Duration 60 minutes and prices at $70.

    Need to spice up that glowing feeling inside and out?
    Top it off with a manicure or a pedicure.

    Changing rooms are comfortable,
    if you have an event after this healing experience.

    And then watch yourself walk out with a glow.

    The Spa at The Four Seasons,
    is defiantly a high end experience of pampering!


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    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons

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  • You should try Reflexology Bali

    by linvuct Written Jul 3, 2012

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    Reflexology gives you healing & rejuvenation through the feet. I love to get a massage here (Reflexology Bali) after a long and tiring day. This place is great, clean and calming environment. I'm always satisfied with what I pay for! They knew what they were doing. You should try this place!

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    • Family Travel

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    Reflexology Bali - Definitely worth the money!

    by EverettB Written Feb 2, 2013

    I went here because a foot massage sounded great and I figured $15 wasn't a bad deal for an hour. I heard about places like this before and knew they usually worked on your shoulders, neck and arms as well, but I didn't expect what I got. It was like a whole massage and after the foot massage the chair reclined into a massage table for a regular type of massage.

    The staff was very friendly as well.

    I will definitely be back

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    • Spa and Resort

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