Spa Village, Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Spa Village’s Private Pool

Spa Village Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

My breath slows and I mentally relax just thinking about the Spa Village at the Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur. It literally is a paradisal oasis in the urban metropolis. Natural surrounds, comprehensive treatments and extremely professional therapists make it one of the best spas in the city.

Waterfall Cascading into Spa Village’s Private PoolA luxurious haven awaits all who enter. Palms line an aquamarine pool and waterfalls cascade into the depths, gently soothing with the wonderfully peaceful sound of running water. Deck chairs line the edge and beckon continued unwinding after a treatment. Breezy pavilions offer day beds and views of gardens with more ponds and water features.

Spa Village, Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur, best spa in klRelaxation Day BedsA dimly lit reception immediately relieves eyes of any strain and, an even darker pre-treatment lounge further removes stimulation, coaxing the mind to mental repose and the body to calm. Moist cool towels and tepid water neutralize and refresh before your appointment begins.

Spa Village, Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur, best spa in klOutside Shower and BathtubA casual conversation with the therapist on the way to the treatment room allows time to communicate concerns and preferences. Both couples’ and individual rooms have self-contained bathroom facilities. All resemble mini-villas with sliding glass doors giving access to private garden terraces and outdoor bathing.

Spa Village, Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur, best spa in klCouple’s Treatment RoomI had booked in for the Campur Campur Treatment (120 minutes RM550) which blends Malay and Thai massage techniques to form one of Spa Village’s signature creations. Beginning with a heated moist towel, feet and lower legs were refreshed and temperature and pressure preferences ascertained. Stretching and static pressure, typical of Thai style therapy, prepared the body for the deeper longer strokes of the Malay technique. Lemon grass and pandan leaves, in herbal steam pouches, pushed against the body completing the session with warmth and pleasant aromas. Two hours just seemed to slip by and the combination of three systems of massage collaborated faultlessly to configure a first-rate experience.

Spa Village, Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur, best spa in klFresh FlowersHubby partook in a Malay Massage (60 minutes RM300) and a European Facial (60 minutes RM350), each completed by an individual therapist. The massage used pure essential oils of ylang ylang, orange, clove, ginger and patchouli to lubricate the long deep strokes that hubby felt penetrated and dispelled stress from his muscles. He requested strong pressure and I could tell by his deep contented breathing that he got exactly what he had asked for.

Spa Village, Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur, best spa in klMassage OilsThe deep cleansing facial and purifying Kerstin Florian treatment suited hubby’s skin well. He has problem skin. It’s sensitive and can go from overly dry to oily in a day with allergic reactions to anything from chili to peaches. The beautician customized the renewing peel to his specific needs, followed it with a massage to promote circulation and finished with a masque to balance and nourish the skin. He came out glowing and full of praise for both treatments.

Spa Village, Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur, best spa in klEnd with Tea and Fruit CakeSpa Village Kuala Lumpur makes a special treat for anyone in need of pampering and, a gift voucher for an experience of pure bliss would make an excellent present for someone special.

Spa Village, Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur, best spa in klMore Fresh Flowers

Reason to visit: a faultless spa experience in the city centre

Spa Village Kuala Lumpur

The Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur

4th Floor

168 Jalan Imbi

55100 Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia

+6 03 2782 9090

travelcentre@ytlhotels.com

spavillagekl@ytlhotels.com

www.spavillage.com

Open 10am – 10pm (last treatment starts at 9pm)

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