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We had a fantastic massage here after a long hike. I felt like a whole new person afterwards. Conveniently located in the Arma resort, you can take a stroll through the art museum after or head down to the delicious Thai restaurant for some food....More
Balinese and flow massages were a family experience that we enjoyed a lot.
The place is quiet and restful.
The massages started with a bath of flowers for the feet.
Everything is delicate in this place, to be faithful of the balinese way of living....More
Tucked away in the sanctuary of ARMA Museum is another piece of quiet serenity. The HEART Spa is a rustic venue surrounded by greenery. While it offers little of the frills and thrills associated with resort spas in Bali, the atmosphere is soothing and calming....More
To access the Heart Spa you go through a beautiful museum, the Arma Museum and beautiful gardens with the old Hindu statues you see in the movies.
The massage rooms are airy and great for couples, with a built in bath tub and shower. The...More
The Spa is located down behind the Arma Museum and is away from traffic and other noise. The room itself looked was open air and looked out on to green foliage - very tranquil.
My masseuse was pleasant and provided a good Balinese massage followed...More
Nestled in the middle of rice fields, Heart Spa is away from the main and chaotic road. You will even see some cows on your way!!!
The Spa is beautiful and well maintained in a simple and traditional way.
Warm welcoming from Kobi the man...More
We were visiting Ubud for a few days with my friend when we discovered this SPA after a quick walk near a small rice field. What a delight! the set is dreamy! The Spa is in the middle of a forest and the staff very...More
The Heart Spa at the Arma museum really is a secret paradise. Hidden inside the grounds of the museum tucked up to the north overlooking a valley, you'd have to be told about unto find it, but wow...
We went there and had an incredible...More