Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve Announces September Opening

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Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, has announced that it will hold its grand opening on September 5, in Bali’s “spiritual and cultural heart” of Ubud.Bali

Mandapa will offer customized spiritual, wellness, health and detox programs as well as activities for guests of all ages, including an organic garden, farm and an educational “Kid’s Hut” located just off of the resort’s main property. The hotel’s interior is decorated with a mix of traditional and contemporary Balinese designs, created by Jeffrey Wilkes, which aim to compliment the surrounding tropical landscape.

The property includes 35 suites and 25 private pool villas as well as four restaurants and lounges, offering a variety of authentic Indonesian and Mediterranean cuisine and health-conscious menus with fresh, local ingredients. Guests can also participate in “Dining Beyond," an exclusive culinary journey that allows visitors the chance to dine in special locations within the reserve and sample from a tailor-made menu. 

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Mandapa Spa will invite guests to experience holistic, comprehensive wellness and lifestyle programs based on “six pillars": Balinese Spa, Detox & Nutrition, Alternative Therapy, Body Therapy, and Healing. The facility will include eight treatment rooms, as well as a state-of-the-art fitness center, sauna, river-front yoga studio, vitality-pool and relaxation areas.

Mandapa, Ritz-Carlton Reserve is now accepting reservations. 

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