Alila Jakarta introduces spa suites at Spa Alila

Alila Jakarta completed the refurbishment of Spa Alila. As part of its bespoke wellness experience, Spa Alila now offers new spa suites for dedicated therapies.

The urban interiors of the reflex room are done in dark wood with aged wood art pieces and hardwood floors to calm and soothe guests. Fully reclining reflexology loungers with privacy screens provide an intimate space for relaxation. The reflex room is created exclusively for “on the go” business travellers, providing space for relaxation, stress recovery and recharge with a range of short therapies from 15 to 60 minutes. These individual spa treatments are focused on reflexology, acupressure and light oil head massages.

Designed in the same warming tones, the new spa suites evoke a cocooning environment for couples, groups and individuals. The couples’ spa suites have a relaxation daybed, treatment beds, foot wash stations, private steam rooms, showers, vanity and private bathtubs.

 

Signature treatments from the Spa Alila Jakarta menu include “Two Souls in Harmony,” an indulgent four-hand massage. Created by two masseuses working together using Balinese long stroke techniques, the treatment incorporates acupressure on the feet to improve lymphatic drainage and circulation. A Swedish style of deep tissue massage also works into the muscles to relieve tension and stiffness.

Conceived as a haven of relaxation and contemporary style, Alila Jakarta offers a modern retreat for urbanites and executives. The clean, modern lines of the Jakarta hotel embrace an abstract-minimalist interior combining functional office space and chic living areas. Executives are served by the business center and a choice of 10 meeting rooms with capacities for up to 500 people. Aside from business facilities, the hotel in Jakarta offers a range of leisure services.

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