Conrad Maldives Rangali Island has delegated Ida Ayu Nyoman Widiaptini as its new Director of Spa as the notable twin-island resort gets ready for its fabulous relaunch. The property is essential for Conrad Hotels and Resorts, one of Hilton's (NYSE:HLT) worldwide lavish hotel brands.
An accomplished spa pioneer and health master, Ida will be liable for rejuvenating the hotel's comprehensive wellbeing program, including supervising tasks for two unique spa experiences – The Spa Retreat situated at the family island, Rangali-Finolhu and The Over-Water Spa at the couples island, Rangali Island – as the award winning Conrad Maldives Rangali Island turns the page to compose its next section after a multi-million-dollar renovation.
The extensive multi-year makeover further elevates the resort’s health and wellbeing offering, including the revamped Over-Water Spa, which offers a luxurious sanctuary 100-meters into the Indian Ocean and caters to all demands, from soulful meditation to absolute therapeutic pampering.
The substantial long drawn makeover further raises the resort's wellbeing and wellbeing offering, including the renovated Over-Water Spa, which offers a sumptuous safe-haven 100-meters into the Indian Ocean and facilitates to all needs, from profound meditation to utter restorative pampering.
Originally from Bali, Ida brings over 20 years of extravagance spa experience and knowledge to the job, having first taken in her art at the Banyan Tree Bintan in Indonesia, prior to advancing to progressively senior jobs with the brand in Bahrain and Bali and sharpening her skills in all aspects of spa activities, management and the operations. In 2011, she got back to Banyan Tree Bintan as Director of Spa, before making the move back to Bali with Six Senses in 2017.
With a solid eye for detail and aptitude in Balinese healing methods and remedial practices, Ida will lead a group of 17 wellness experts from around the world to make a moving and diverse wellbeing project to furtherimprove the experience for visitors during their visit.
Proudly the first international hotel brand to show up in the Maldives and soon to finish 25 years on schedule for the great relaunch in 2022, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island was, and keeps on being, a trailblazer among Maldives' 150 retreats. Prestigious for conveying bona fide barefoot extravagance, the twin-island property is home to the world's first undersea café Ithaa, first underwater room set inside the two-level residence The MURAKA, and first twin island resort insight in the Maldives, among others.
Ida said, “I am thrilled to be joining Conrad Maldives Rangali Island at such an exciting time for the resort, the team and guests,” she said. “Its pioneering approach has set the standard for luxury hospitality in the Maldives for almost 25 years, so to have the opportunity to be part of the next phase of its story is a real honour.”
Carla Puverel, General Manager, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, said, “We are delighted to welcome Ida as Director of Spa at a really key time for us as we head into the final stage of what has been an extensive, island-wide, transformation, including reimagined spacious water villas, reinvigorated culinary venues and innovative guest experiences. Moving forward, it’s important that we continue to push boundaries and seek out new firsts; Ida has shown a genuine passion to embrace the spirit of innovation and I can’t wait to see how that translates into memorable experiences for our guests.”
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