Padma Resort Legian spa gets new face
The Padma Resort Legian is ending the year with the unveiling of The Spa, which was previously operated by Mandara Spa.
Since September 1997, Padma Resort Legian had entrusted Mandara Spa as its spa operator, but is now ready to take a new step operating on its own. “We are happy to finally be managing our own spa, which will still be at the same level as international spa operators. We have prepared various exceptional treatments, and impeccably trained therapists to deliver an authentic spa experience,” said William Santoso, Padma Resort Legian’s hotel manager.
Driven by its passion to bring the best elements of nature for healing and relaxation, The Spa offers a range of signature treatments such as a Frangipani Warm Oil massage and Radiance therapy, designed to nurture its guests inside and out, based on its wellness goal of soothing, uplifting and purifying.
“Our spa remedies are inspired by the 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’s director.
Coming soon to The Spa is a very unique treatment, called Singing Bowls, which is a combination of a massage treatment with the calming sounds singing bowls that have been proven to reduce stress, heal pain and create a deep sense of peace.
As of January 2017, The Spa at Padma Resort Legian has been officiated and open for in-house guests and public guests.
The Spa uses herbs and traditional recipes for aromatherapy and massage oils, and cooperates with an international product, Elemis, the number one spa product in England, for its face treatment line. For reservations and information, contact (0361) 752111 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.