This post is about my favourite spa in Bali. From the street this spa can easily go unnoticed; it looks like a small cottage coloured green and white with a massive sign out the front. It was this large sign that got my attention as many other places relied heavily on their staff being out at the front trying to convince people walking past to enjoy one of their treatments.
The spa place I am referring to in this post is The Private Spa Wellness Centre in Seminyak. The sign out the front stated that they were awarded Certificate of Excellence in 2012 and 2013 by Trip Advisor. After my very first treatment with them, which was a luxurious 1 hour pedicure, I can see why they received this award twice.
The Private Spa Wellness Centre certainly made a strong first impression with a customer service and attention to detail superior to any I have experienced before. It was nice to see they also stocked a range of products under their own brand as well as a smell station that allowed me to feel, smell and touch the different products such as the different oils and creams used for my treatments.
As soon as you sit down you are greeted with a refreshing cool towel to clean your hands and a warm cup of herbal tea.
After this special little introduction of what’s to come you are taken past some silk curtains which open to reveal the wonderful hidden paradise inside. It’s hard to miss the large hydro spa/pool area in the middle of the spa with marble seats that spurts water to your body’s natural pressure points. This hydro spa/pool is surrounded by perfectly presented treatment rooms each adorned with their own unique fit-outs including light, sound, ceiling, decorations and smells.
We walked past this to the upstairs area where I was spoiled with their signature pedicure. This was unlike any other pedicure I’ve ever experienced. The oversized leather chairs made me feel like I was on top of the world and each pedicure chair came with its own unique pedicure kit full of tiny little bowls of creams, oils and luxurious ointments that I was so excited to smell and have rubbed onto my feet.
I also loved how this place was one of few spas offering OPI and thoroughly cleaned any of the tools they used on my feet during the treatment.
While I sat back I was further spoiled with a bottle of chlorophyll water and a plate of nuts and fruit. Have you ever had a pedicure that included a plate of goodies?
I was even more blown away at the lovely email I received after my treatment which made me feel super special. I will definitely return to this spa place next time I am in Bali.
Don’t forget to check out my other Bali related blog posts below:
– How to prepare for a Bali trip
– My Bali tour guide name Robby
– A must see hair spa in Bali
– Best place to stay in Bali