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Second Legian hotel set for Indonesia
POSTED 10 Sep 2019 . BY Jane Kitchen
Wellness By The Legian incorporates spa treatments, nutrition, fitness and personalised programmes, featuring steam rooms, a sauna, outdoor vitality pool with hot & cold pools and a reflexology foot pond
The Legian Sire in Lombok, Indonesia, is set to open in March 2020, building on the reputation of the brand’s original hotel in Seminyak, Bali.

The move is part of Legian Hotel Management’s plan to expand in Indonesia and beyond, and the resort will feature a spa and wellness centre featuring an apothecary bar.

Located on a pristine beach with views of the Gili Islands, the resort features 46 suites and 15 villas with private infinity pools.

Wellness By The Legian incorporates spa treatments, nutrition, fitness and personalised programmes, featuring steam rooms, a sauna, outdoor vitality pool with hot & cold pools and a reflexology foot pond.

Holistic treatments are inspired by the rich local healing heritage, using ingredients such as Lombok pearls and Rinjani basalt stones. An interactive Apothecary Bar showcases wellness practitioners hand-blending freshly made oils, infusions, poultices and compresses while a juice bar will serve a selection of freshly harvested fruit juices from the hotel's Wellness Garden.

Daily yoga, mindfulness meditation sessions as well as PT, HIIT, aqua aerobics and group spin sessions will also be available.

The hotel's three dining venues, including a vegetarian restaurant, will make the most of the hotel's organic fruit and vegetable gardens.

 


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10 Sep 2019

Second Legian hotel set for Indonesia
BY Jane Kitchen

Wellness By The Legian incorporates spa treatments, nutrition, fitness and personalised programmes, featuring steam rooms, a sauna, outdoor vitality pool with hot & cold pools and a reflexology foot pond

Wellness By The Legian incorporates spa treatments, nutrition, fitness and personalised programmes, featuring steam rooms, a sauna, outdoor vitality pool with hot & cold pools and a reflexology foot pond

The Legian Sire in Lombok, Indonesia, is set to open in March 2020, building on the reputation of the brand’s original hotel in Seminyak, Bali.

The move is part of Legian Hotel Management’s plan to expand in Indonesia and beyond, and the resort will feature a spa and wellness centre featuring an apothecary bar.

Located on a pristine beach with views of the Gili Islands, the resort features 46 suites and 15 villas with private infinity pools.

Wellness By The Legian incorporates spa treatments, nutrition, fitness and personalised programmes, featuring steam rooms, a sauna, outdoor vitality pool with hot & cold pools and a reflexology foot pond.

Holistic treatments are inspired by the rich local healing heritage, using ingredients such as Lombok pearls and Rinjani basalt stones. An interactive Apothecary Bar showcases wellness practitioners hand-blending freshly made oils, infusions, poultices and compresses while a juice bar will serve a selection of freshly harvested fruit juices from the hotel's Wellness Garden.

Daily yoga, mindfulness meditation sessions as well as PT, HIIT, aqua aerobics and group spin sessions will also be available.

The hotel's three dining venues, including a vegetarian restaurant, will make the most of the hotel's organic fruit and vegetable gardens.




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