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The Ritz-Carlton Thalasso & Spa *****

Jimbaran, 80364

 

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The Ritz-Carlton, Bali Thalasso & Spa is one of the world's most expensive Thalasso Spas, facilities include seven hydrotherapy treatment rooms, 19 massage rooms, six spa villas, the Taman Asoka Suite, and one of the world's largest Aquatonic Pools. Therapeutic and cosmetic techniques utilizing seawater and seaweed are combined with ancient healing traditions from across Asia. This new, unforgettable, holistic experience is uniquely Ritz-Carlton.

The Ritz-Carlton, Bali Thalasso & Spa brings patented, state-of-the-art French systems for natural facelift and anti-cellulite therapy, among the first in Indonesia, for facial toning and body reshaping.

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Spa Villas: Couples who wish to share the spa experience can choose from six individually featured Spa Villas. Each Spa Villa features glass doors on two sides opening onto a private garden with two-person bathtub, outdoor shower, lily ponds and water features.

Spa Suite: The Asoka Suite, with a traditional Javanese interior, includes an open-air, oversized two-person coconut wood bathtub, along with facilities for two person massages.

Treatment Rooms: Six hydrotherapy Rooms overlooking the Indian Ocean feature circulatory showers, jet baths and hydro massage. Twenty dry Treatment Rooms, including sixteen with en-suite shower and bath, are used for massage and beauty treatments.

Massages can also be performed in the massage pavilion adjacent to the main Pool or in the guest Rooms.

  • Balinese Lounging
  • Kubu Beach: private, pristine, white sand beaches with warm, calm, clear turquoise water
  • Pasir terrace sand sunning area
  • Freshwater, outdoor Pool with infinity edge to the Indian Ocean views and adjacent sand beach
  • 42,000 litre (11,000 gallon) saltwater aquarium filled with indigenous marine life
  • The Ritz Carlton Club Level
  • Whirlpools
  • The Ritz-Carlton Kids programme
  • Separate children’s Swimming Pool with water slide
  • Nursery for childcare
  • The Ritz-Carlton Kids programme
  • Salon
  • 18 hole Golf putting green
  • Tennis Pavilion with three floodlit Courts
  • Bali Thalasso & Spa
General

Restaurants Swimming Pool Meeting Rooms Health / Beauty Care Spa / Thalasso Child Care Bar Cafeteria / Snack Bar Tennis Court Golf Children Activities

Rooms

Bathroom with Shower or Bathtub

Langit Theatre: Open-air theatre for dining under the stars during traditional Balinese performances, which combine dance, music and song with brilliant costumes, extravagant masks and magnificent headdresses. The theatre is terraced to offer unobstructed views of the stage, orchestra and the Indian Ocean beyond.

Sami-Sami: Casual, cliffside Restaurant and Bar offers innovative Mediterranean cuisine in three separate outdoor dining Pavillions. Lunch and dinner served daily.

Padi: Outdoor seating Pavillion which appears to " float " in lily ponds offers an international menu with predominantly Balinese flair. Breakfast, lunch and dinner served daily.

Damar Terrace: Open-air Bar surrounded by pools, romantically illuminated by dozens of candles in the evening, serves beverages and hors d'oeuvres throughout the day, as well as afternoon iced tea

Kisik Bar and Grill: Sand-floored Restaurant and Bar carved into the cliff overlooking the ocean. Features beverages and fresh grilled seafood on banana leaves for dinner.

Kubu Bar: Located on secluded Kubu Beach, this quaint beach hut offers fresh fruit and beverages.

Honzen: A Japanese Restaurant, located near The Spa, offers Sushi, Sashimi and Teppanyaki. Honzen – meaning "Wonderful Food".

Hotel Policies
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From 12:00 hours

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Until 10:00 hours

 
 

 

 
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