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SPA InterContinental Blends Balinese and Ayurvedic Treatments in Battle Against Effects of Jet Lag

Long-haul travellers are now able to fully enjoy their stay in Bangkok with SPA InterContinental at InterContinental Bangkok introducing its new Jet Lag Recovery treatment. This invigorating experience blends traditional Balinese and Ayurvedic wisdom together into a treatment that refreshes, energises and supports deep and restorative sleep.

The 120-minute Jet Lag Recovery spa journey begins with a blissful Balinese body massage that employs an elegant fusion of acupressure, reflexology and aromatherapy techniques that promote inner harmony, soothe sore muscles and release stress. The therapy furthermore stimulates blood circulation, supporting a heightened state of energy.

The tranquil journey then progresses onwards to an Indian head massage combined with shirodhara, an ancient Ayurvedic technique whereby gently warmed oil is poured in a slow and continuous manner onto the centre of the forehead. This treatment has been said to reduce insomnia, improve sleep quality and reduce stress and anxiety. Guests will emerge rested, restored and ready to fully enjoy their visit.

Set 36 storeys up, high above the city, with panoramic views of the dazzling skyline, SPA InterContinental is the ultimate haven of relaxation and renewal. A team of highly trained therapists tailor every treatment to best serve guests needs through their deep wellness knowledge and proven skills.

Beautifully designed treatment rooms exude a strong sense of peacefulness and harmony, creating the perfect spaces in which to truly relax and rejuvenate. There are luxurious couples rooms as well as a spa suite with a private jacuzzi for an elevated spa experience.

The 120-minute Jet Lag Recovery is available at SPA InterContinental between 1 September until 30 November 2023, from 09.00 to 23.00 hours, priced at THB 5,500++ per person. 

For more details, please email SPA.bkkhb@ihg.com or call +66 2 656 0444.

Price is subject to 10% service charge and 7% government tax.

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