Upgraded Lagoon Spa Nusa Dua reopens - Tourism Indonesia




Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Upgraded Lagoon Spa Nusa Dua reopens

The Lagoon Spa at The Laguna resort in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia, has reopened following a complete redesign and upgrading of its facilities.

The spa now spreads across 900sq m (9,700sq ft) and includes eight treatment rooms; extensive wet areas; two outdoor spa pools; and indoor and outdoor relaxation areas - including tropical gardens.

Spa design firm A.W. LAKE Spa Concepts completed the new design, with German product house Babor appointed to provide the treatments.

The Lagoon Spa now takes centre stage within the resort and is surrounded by Bali's first lagoon-style pool - a prominent feature within the resort.

Adria Lake, founder and managing director of A.W. LAKE, said: "The inspiration for this project came from the resort itself, which reflects the cultural richness of Bali.

"The spa is our modern interpretation of the familiar Balinese-style architecture and interior. "Every spa needs a soul and be a living space, and we have integrated that into the spa design."

Operated by Starwood Hotels, the Laguna Resort and Spa features 287 bedrooms and suites, as well as 10 villas.

The hotel features six restaurants, including the celebrated Arwana – considered to be among the premier seafood restaurants in Bali.(SpaBusiness)

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