Magellan Sutera Resort upgrades Mandara Spa

The Mandara Spa at the Magellan Sutera Resort in Sabah, Malaysia underwent a renovation. New aspects of the spa include a new pathway leading towards the main spa entrance and an improved reception area with new seating, streamlining the arrival and departure experience for guests; as well as a Retail and Departure Lounge, including a range of spa homecare products and accessories.

Since its opening in 2000, Mandara Spa continually upgraded and improved its services and products. Surrounded by gardens and facing the islands of Tuanku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, the spa is a two-story tropical sanctuary, with décor and architecture incorporating a fusion of Asian influences.

A new open-air pavilion is now available for guests to enjoy treatments in an outdoor tropical setting.

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Mandara Spa also has six double deluxe suites, each with private steam room, bath and relaxation area; and six single treatment rooms, each with ensuite private shower and changing area.

Mandara Spa, founded in Bali in 1995, now operates in the Bahamas, Bali, the Caribbean, China, Dubai, Egypt, Fiji, Guam, Hawaii, Japan, Las Vegas, London, Malaysia, Maldives, Moscow, Palau, Puerto Rico, Thailand and on board cruise ships. Mandara Spa is a spa brand of Steiner Leisure Limited.    

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