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04 Sep 2017
Thailand resort launches spa focusing on local ingredients
The spa features 3 single and 1 double treatment rooms and a foot reflexology treatment area (pictured)
The Mantra Samui Resort – part of the Louis T Collection of hotels – has opened its spa which focuses on traditional treatments and locally sourced natural ingredients.

Located on a hillside of Koh Samui island in the Gulf of Thailand, the resort reopened in April 2017 following extensive renovations to its lobby, infinity pool and guest rooms, with the new Jai spa the cornerstone of the renewed resort.

The renovations and the spa build were designed by a collaboration of three firms: Tierra Design, Terra Architects and Habros Design.

The spa features three single treatment room and one double, and a foot reflexology treatment area, providing guests with a range of traditional Thai massages, facials, body scrubs and wraps. Yoga and meditation sessions are also offered.

The spa primarily uses natural ingredients in its treatments, which are harvested from the resort's gardens, including Thai herbs, coconuts and homegrown lemongrass.

Continuing with the nature theme, the walls of the spa are clad in bamboo, reminiscent of the jungle that surrounds the resort.

As an opening special for the Jai spa, the resort is offering "A Mantra for Mantra” package, which combines treatments, meditation and yoga.

The package has been developed around this idea of helping guests of the resort go deeper when it comes to overall wellness.

When discussing the spa's ethos, spa manager Noppawan Rochjanarath said: “One of the mantras we’ve seized on here at Jai is slow-slow-slow.

“As a famous Buddhist teacher once said; 'if we want to live deeply, we’ve got to live slowly'.”



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