Enjoy 16 spa treatments in four days like the Black Reflection massage involving caviar sprinkled with vodka.
Alila Villas Soori, located on the southwest coast of Bali, is presenting a 96 Hours Blackout package to include a spa experience centred on elemental motifs of the colour black.
The four-day programme starts with a helicopter ride from Ngurah Rai Airport and guests will stay at the Soori Residence overlooking the black diamond sand coastline. The villa consists of five bedrooms, three king sized beds with two twin beds, which can accommodate up to 10 guests. Two personal butlers and two housekeepers are on hand to take care of guests and their every need.
A total of 16 spa treatments will be preformed, including the Black Sweetness, a steam bath and skin treatment of honey mixed with black pearl powder and the Stars Unfold, a relaxing bedtime warm stone massage under the stars. Anticipate the benefits of Black Reflection, which is a massage involving two masseuses working in balance and harmony using Balinese long stroke techniques and a Swedish style of deep tissue massage. This delicious treatment pampers guests with the use of caviar sprinkled with vodka.
In between the spa appointments, guests will enjoy personalised excursions with gourmet picnic lunches at various scenic sites, as well as delectable dinners on a moonlit private beach — all prepared by the resort’s chef Fernando Trump.
The package also includes round-trip airport transfer, complimentary use of the 24-hour gym and yoga classes based on weekly schedules and a ‘Journey of the Gods’ tour that takes guests to temples located nearby the resort.
Alila Hotels & Resorts is known for its architecture and eco credentials. The brand is set to open three new resorts in Bali, Java and Zhejiang in late autumn of this year.
The 96 Hours Blackout package starts at US$38,888++ for both single and double occupancy. For more information and reservations, please call +62 361 894 6388 or email: email@example.com.
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