Balinese Spa Named World’s Best

Readers of Conde Nest Traveller magazine have named Thermes Marins Bali Spa as the world’s best.

“It’s a great honor to win Conde Nast’s highest award in this prestigious survey of international travelers,” says Ayana’s Michi Sonoda, director of spa and business development (Japan).

“The spa industry worldwide has undergone significant change in recent years as modern travelers seek the type of holiday where they can completely rebalance and revive their senses, to ease the stress of their increasingly hectic lives. This award recognizes our position as a world leader in both Thalassotherapy and traditional Indonesian remedies, and nothing gives us more pleasure than sharing the benefits of our wellbeing philosophy with our guests.” 

Thermes Marins Bali is set amid beautifully landscaped grounds. It is the group’s only property in Southeast Asia. Measuring 22,000 square metres, it has a beauty salon, reflexology, a relaxation lounge, spa villas, and treatment rooms. It is also home to one of the world’s largest Aquatonic Seawater Jet Pools. Treatments run from anti-ageing and facials to massages, slimming, and Thalassotherapy.

Formerly known as The Ritz-Carlton Bali Resort & Spa, Ayana was rebranded last April following a change in management. Millions of dollars have been spent renovating the site. Upgrades include the new Rock Bar and renovations of Padi restaurant, Damar Terrace restaurant, and Ayana Ballroom.

Pictured: Thermes Marins Bali Spa
Photo Courtesy of Ayana

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