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Just One Resort In Bali’s Ubud Caters To All Six Pillars Of Wellness

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Bali’s Ubud is a jungle paradise. Tourists are famously spoiled for choice for secluded tropical retreats, resorts, and hotels in Ubud.

Did you know there is only one that caters to all six pillars of wellness?

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It’s true, according to Marriott, there is only one hotel in Ubud that facilitates stays focused on all six pillars of wellness. These are Sleep Well, Eat Well, Move Well, Feel Well, Work Well, and Play Well.

The hotel goes above and beyond to ensure that every guest has an experience that perfectly balances all six elements of what it means to be healthy and well. Can you guess the hotel in question?

It’s The Westin Resort and Spa in Ubud, Bali.

Ubud is held in high regard in the travel industry for having some of the finest retreat spaces, wellness facilities, and luxurious resorts in the world. The Westin Resort and Spa in Ubud proudly sits in the upper echelons of the hospitality offering in Bali’s cultural capital.

The Westin Resort and Spa in Ubud offers vast views of the tropical green jungle. It’s green as far as the eye can see and beyond.

Although surrounded by fauna, The Westin Resort and Spa in Ubud is just 10 minutes from Ubud’s most important landmarks and must-visit tourist attractions. Located just 6km from the heart of the town, it is a short hop in a taxi to visit some of Bali’s iconic locations. This includes Ubud Palace and the Sacred Monkey Forest.

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Of course, the attentive and generous staff at The Westin Resort and Spa are always on hand to help organize day trips to help you make the most of your time in Bali.

While it may be tempting to retreat into the resort from the moment you check in until the moment you check out, with so much wonder to explore in Bali, it is certainly worth organizing a day trip or two using The Westin Resort and Spa as a kind of launchpad.

Many tourists who choose to visit Ubud are drawn in by the incredible wellness facilities on offer. The Westin Resort and Spa in Ubud offers everything you could possibly desire to help you relax, retreat, heal, and emerge refreshed and energized to explore the Island of the Gods.

The Heavenly Spa by Westin™ Ubud has a treatment menu that offers not only classic spa treatments but also attends to the spiritual nature of the healing and wellness journey.

If you are seeking a truly transformative spa treatment, you simply must book in for The Ultimate Spiritual Journey. The experience includes a 60-minute Heavenly Sacred Treatment as well as traditional energy healing, intuitive palm reading, and a balancing, grounding tri-mandala meditation.

Offerings at the Nyepi ceremony of Indonesian Hindus

The six pillars of wellness facilitated at The Westin Resort Ubud are Sleep Well, Eat Well, Move Well, Feel Well, Work Well, and Play Well. Each caters to them in its own way. Naturally, the beds at the resort offer unbelievable comfort.

As the hotel is located in the jungle, you can be guaranteed a quiet, blissful night of rest. For those who need to work while at the resort, the WiFi is super reliable, and there are plenty of spaces that support the quiet and focus needed to get the job done well.

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If you’re feeling drawn to move well and play well, you’re in the right place. The Westin Resort in Ubud has an impressive in-house gym with a full set of free weights and a range of cardio machines. When it comes to playtime in the pool, guests have spoilt for choice once again.

There is a magical infinity pool, a spa whirlpool, and a heated outdoor whirlpool for water jet aqua therapy. As a family-friendly resort, there is a kid’s pool, which is open from 9 am until 7 pm each day.


Finally, there is the pillar of eat well, and eat well you will at The Westin Resort in Ubud. With two in-house restaurants, guests can explore the tastes of Indonesia at Tabia or indulge in al fresco dining at Tall Trees Mediterranean restaurant, complete with its own infinity pool that overlooks the jungle.

By the time guests check out of The Westin Resort in Ubud, they feel better than they ever have before, and that alone is reason enough to visit Bali, right?

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Monday 27th of March 2023

I agree with the other negative comments.

I'll add:

1.the Bali Sun loses respect and credibility by writing (as their opinion;not an advertorial) that the 'Westin is the 'only . . . 6 pillars of wellness'. . .

2. I've stayed at the Westin and they embrace none of the 6 pillars. Specifically: #food,(no sterilization bath on vegies +imported foods + packaged foods w preservatives) #little or no air flow in rooms, #lack of nature, #trendy boring programs, #lack of environmental responsibility

Wayan Bo

Sunday 26th of March 2023

Anyway, THE MONKEY FOREST GRAND PALACE remain as unsurpassed.


Sunday 26th of March 2023

Quote "The six pillars of wellness facilitated at The Westin Resort Ubud are Sleep Well, Eat Well, Move Well, Feel Well, Work Well, and Play Well."

Well, there is actually 7 pillars at The Westin. Do not forget: "Pay well".


Monday 27th of March 2023

@Exp, 🤣LMAO 🤣


Sunday 26th of March 2023

All respect lost now with you guys, if your doing paid promotion say your doing it, don't try to disguise as journalists

Karen North

Saturday 25th of March 2023

Is this a paid ad? Everyone i know who goes to Ubud will never go again. We have all of this "wellness" in Lovina and not with the masses of tourists or traffic. And instead of stinky monkeys we have dolphins! When will this newspaper ever feature the north?