Soori’s Spa Wins Accolade as “Tatler’s Most Heavenly Hideaway”
10/23/2012

The “Most Heavenly Hideaway” recognition for Alila Villas Soori reaffirms the resort’s standing as a global leader in destination spas worldwide.

Online PR News – 23-October-2012 – Indonesia – Alila Villas Soori, located on the southwest coast of Bali, leads its residents to depths of relaxation in the ideal beachfront haven. The perfectly calibrated balance of tranquillity and vitality at these luxury villas in Bali (http://www.alilahotels.com/soori/villas), contribute to soothing and stimulating the senses. Offering an eclectic blend of experiences and an assortment of spacious luxury villas, Bali’s (http://www.alilahotels.com/soori) Alila Villas Soori has recently been conferred as the "Most Heavenly Hideaway" spa award from Tatler Magazine UK for 2013. The resort’s General Manager, Marco Groten, was in UK to receive the award from Gerri Gallagher, Tatler's editor at large, at the Bulgari Hotel in London.

The Tatler Spa Awards 2013, which commemorates the launch of the Tatler Spa Guide in association with Healing Holidays, selected Alila Villas Soori across six different categories from amongst a glittering list of global spa entrants.
Other award recipients include Les Fermes de Mare as “Best Bolthole”, Viva Mayr as “Best for Hard-Hitting Results”, Monastero Santa Rosa as “Best Newcomer”, Chiva-Som as “Enduring Excellence”, Borgo Egnazia as “Perfect for Parents”, and Longevity Wellness Resort as “Most Life-Changing”.

The “Most Heavenly Hideaway” recognition for Alila Villas Soori reaffirms the resort’s standing as a global leader in destination spas worldwide.

Marco stated, “Winning the award for the Most Heavenly Hideaway is a fantastic achievement and Alila Villas Soori is proud to be conferred the honour as The TATLER Spa Awards celebrate the world’s best. This accolade goes to my wonderful team as well as the industry colleagues and our guests for making this happen”
Of special mention is the Soori Sunrise journey which Tatler commended.." It’s worth coming, to Bali, just to stay at Soori."