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Ikatan Day Spa

Doonan, Sunshine Coast Area

The Sunshine Coast's most uniquely authentic Asian day spa. Feel the tranquillity of Ikatan Spa - before you have even had a treatment!

Ikatan is set on acreage of tropical gardens with private Single or Double treatment rooms. Ikatan devises the ultimate day spa experience, combining the best of Balinese authentic therapies with an environment that stimulates the senses and celebrates nature. Not just a day spa, it is a sensory experience!

Ikatan resembles a Balinese village where life is at a slower pace and your therapist has ample time to prepare and care for you. Treatments include: pampering packages, hot rock massage, Chi and Balinese Massage, Environ and organic Uspa facials, body treatments, pedicures, head massage, waxing and tinting services. Popular destination to just escape or for a romantic getaway and to celebrate with a group of friends.

Away from spa area but connected by a rainforest walk is a private Balinese garden with a covered pavilions for clients to enjoy High Tea, morning/afternoon tea or light lunch or select a Taster plate on the day. Browse their wine list of boutique wines from New Zealand and Australia to enjoy in the gardens before or after your spa treatments.

Open Times

Note: Open from 0900 until 1800 Monday to Saturday except Public Holidays.

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Day Spa

Other Information

Children:

Children are welcome to enjoy spa treatments when accompanied by an adult also having spa treatments. They offer Teen Spa Treatments.
46 Grays Road
Doonan, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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