The Enduring Design of Six Senses Spa

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The Enduring Design of Six Senses Spa

The 12,000-sqft Six Senses Spa Uluwatu blends contemporary style with traditional features resulted in an elegant yet enduring design in harmony with the environment. Locally-sourced stone and wood have been used to evoke a sense of place, creating a warm and inviting ambience. Flowing water is central to the design concept, breathing life and movement into the surrounding structures. Beautiful water pools surround the arrival lounge, and connecting stone pathways guide guests on their spa journey.

There are eight treatment rooms and a relaxation lounge plus two single bales (thatched-roof pavilions), state-of-the-art fitness centre and yoga pavilion. Floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the surrounding water features and reinforce the connection with nature and its life-renewing energy.

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Joannes Rhino is a professional writer and editor with a long line of publications under his belt. His travel tales are adventurous and hold appeal with anyone fond of a good read, especially those who aren't afraid to leave a scar in the pursuit of fun. As well as travel, other subjects which fall into his expert remit include culinary, culture, design, fashion and shopping. He is also an author with 6 published books, including the 2016 Amazon Best Seller in Psychological Fiction, The Unseen Face. His second Psychology-Mystery novel, Dream, earned him the recognition as one of best young writers at the Khatulistiwa Literary Award ceremony in 2009. Equal to his love of words is his passion to see the world, and his desire to travel haunts him. He is still in search for a place to call “home”.