10 Best Spas Inside Hotels in Bali

Best Hotel Spas in Bali

The best hotel spas in Bali bring together specialist treatments with luxury living for the ultimate in health-focused travel. From the design of the resort to the range of treatments available, guests’ holistic wellbeing is as important to these high-end spa hotels as the thread count of the Egyptian cotton sheets.

Combining traditionally inspired techniques from across the Indonesian archipelago with the latest in scientific methods, these spa hotels in Bali have a team of health experts, nutritionists and yogis to complement the best in customer service, as you would expect from a luxury stay in one of the world’s premier beach destinations. Plus, you don’t have to compromise on a nice swimming pool for those hours when you want nothing more than to soak up the sun with a good book.

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    The Ayana Resort up in the hills of Jimbaran is home to Thermes Marins, largely a spa complex that puts its thalassotherapy (sea water therapy) experience at the forefront. Behind its frangipani gardens, water features and rows of private treatment rooms, you’ll find the main facility with one of world’s most expansive aqua-tonic seawater pools, featuring a ‘course’ fitted with water jets where you can wade through, and comforting nooks where you can have relaxing breaks. Beyond the spa complex, there’s the resort’s breathtakingly set Spa on the Rocks, literally down at the cliff base, accessible via the resort’s private beach. Read More...

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    Spectacularly set next to The Viceroy’s CasCades restaurant, Lembah Spa may not be large with multiple treatment rooms. But it offers a more private spa-going experience, coupled with the great views overlooking the verdant Petanu River valley. Couples and honeymooners staying at the Viceroy are welcomed to romantic spa experiences at Lembah Spa, with choices ranging from half-hour to 2.5-hour pampering sessions, and there are also different packages that combine choices of aromatic scrubs and oils for massage, and ensuing steam baths and blissful Jacuzzi moments. Read More...

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    Aptly named, The Riverside Spa is set a significant distance from the Maya Ubud Resort grounds, alongside a lush and secluded section of the Petanu River. The river spa features private treatment pavilions that are only accessible via a timber boardwalk where the rushing water and sounds of the forest escort you to your pampering sessions. Read More...

    Mango Tree Spa comprises six private treatment rooms that are uniquely built as bamboo tree houses, yet fitted with luxurious spa amenities. Each treatment room has windows looking through the canopies of mango trees and with views over the lush Ayung River Valley beyond. Treatments largely combine traditional Balinese-inspired techniques with French spa brand L’Occitane’s quality oils and skin products. Separately located, there’s a large underground-styled steam room, which is claimed to be the largest on the island. Read More...

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    The Edge Bali offers a villa experience with dramatic cliff-top views over the Indian Ocean. Besides providing in-villa baths and treatments, there’s The Spa that sits right at the edge of the cliff, offering ocean views. Inside you are welcomed to specially designed treatment rooms that feature a shallow pool with ankle-high water, called ‘liquid floors’, which you walk through to your treatment beds. Treatment choices include herbal massages, coffee and pandan body wraps, hot stone massages, and choices of 120-minute pampering rituals. Read More...

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    Soothing ocean sounds and breezes accompany your spa experience at the Bulgari Spa. The cliff-top spa features private treatment pavilions, with a whirlpool, outdoor living space and an outdoor plunge pool – which literally open to the wide ocean views. Luxurious treatments are delivered by a team of skilled therapists, from deep massages using exotic oils and herbs, to hot stone massages using smooth, black volcanic stones. The treatments draw from Balinese, Asian and European inspirations, and are mostly romantic affairs, with dedicated three-hour signature escape packages designed for couples and honeymooners. Read More...

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    Bali’s Grand Hyatt is home to Kriya Spa, a modern spa facility that draws its inspiration in design and treatments from traditional Balinese and Indian Ayurvedic treatments. The vast complex features separate spa pavilions built around a centrepiece lily water feature, inspired the royal water palaces of Bali. The sparse layout ensures a sense of calm and tranquillity the moment you arrive and until the completion of your sessions. Each spa pavilion comprises a plunge pool and courtyard garden, with main treatment rooms, dressing room and bathroom inside, great for couples. Read More...

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    With concepts and treatment designs based on holistic approaches, Remede Spa is a great realm to head to for relaxation and an overall wellbeing experience. Every corner of the facility is designed with aesthetics in mind, from carved sandstone textures, to sculptured butterflies that cast shadows onto bare walls and natural light reflecting off soothing water features. Wonderful signature rituals include a 180-minute ocean themed revitalising journey, comprising black pearl body exfoliating scrubs, marine bio-enzymes and saltwater baths. Read More...

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    The same young and chic appeal of the W Retreat applies to its spa experience with its dedicated onsite relaxation realm, Away Spa. Accessible via a winding path next to the W Retreat’s UFO landing-like lobby, you’re soon welcomed to the ultramodern interiors of the spa. Signature treatments appeal to modern, urbane guests, best shown by the Morning After treatment to cure you from the post party blues. Detox, healthy juices, oxygen and ultramodern massage beds with glowing mood lighting are part of the spa experience. After treatments, you throw a wishing stone etched with words of inspiration into a pond. Read More...

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    Prana Spa is one of Bali’s largest spa facilities. Tucked away on a side street off Seminyak’s main road, the spa adjoins The Villas Bali Hotel & Spa. The exteriors and interiors are striking, with strong Indian and Middle Eastern architecture with its use of bright red arches and heavy silk drapes. A slight departure from the typical Balinese inspired spa experience, Prana Spa lets you become a sultan or Cleopatra for a day with its range of Ayurvedic treatments, from Shirodara, sacred heated stone massages, to Turkish hammam-esque baths and scrubs. Read More...

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