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Pure Indulgence at Karma Royal Resorts

Spa indulgence in India - resorts and treatments in Goa, by Karma Royal ResortsIndia is a well-known mecca for health and wellness, being the birthplace of yoga. Combine this with the rhythmic sound of waves lapping against the shores of the Arabian Sea, and Goa seems like the ideal retreat to work on improving your wellbeing.

Karma Royal Resorts in Goa blends Indian touches with modern amenities.

With features such as three-tier swimming pools, landscaped gardens, waterfalls and whirlpools, you will have plenty of places to find serenity at any one of the six Karma Royal Resorts’ spa properties which are available through the RCI holiday exchange programme.

The Karma Spa pampering experience lies at the heart of each and every resort stay. A full menu of holistic therapies and massage curatives are offered at four of the Royal Resorts in Goa, promising a slice of spa heaven to slow the pace and melt into a world of ease.

The treatments are deeply therapeutic and spa goers are spoilt for choice with a range of soothing spa experiences to choose from.

Popular are the Ayurvedic treatments which originated in India and are among the world’s oldest holistic healing therapies for the mind, body and soul.

Royal Haathi Mahal Resort between the sparkling Arabian Sea and the tropical river Sal

Royal Haathi Mahal Resort is an ideal base for exploring or simply relaxing in luxuryRoyal Haathi Mahal Resort Spa

All ingredients are pure and natural, the setting is idyllic, and the team of professional therapists all combine to provide a sanctuary dedicated to your health, wellbeing and finding harmony. You are in the perfect place!

Spa indulgence at Karma Royal Resorts

Here are five top picks for indulgent treatments to enjoy at Karma Royal Resorts in Goa.

Karma Royal Resorts' spa Goddess Ritual starts with a foot massage copy

1. The Goddess Ritual

Enjoy this two-hour treatment, which includes a foot massage and a Balinese or aromatherapy massage using nourishing oils – and all within candlelit surroundings. Finish off your treatment with a glow facial, which will leave you feeling soft and radiant.

2. Karma Back Cure

For something more intensive, a stone, herbal and back massage is designed to deliver long-lasting benefits for the ultimate in relaxation.

Karma Royal Resorts Spa treatment

3. Karma Rosewater Facial

Pure Indian rosewater and natural plant extracts are applied to provide deep cleansing, exfoliation and toning. Includes a divine facial massage to soften and plump the skin, leaving you feeling radiant.

4. Men’s Retreat Time

Our top five picks wouldn’t be complete without one for the gentlemen. Start with a full-body massage, plus a hydrating facial combined with a generous neck and back massage to revive tired muscles. Finish off with a manicure or pedicure to leave you well-groomed and feeling great. 

Karma Royal Resorts Spa

5. Ayurvedic Wellbeing Programme

If a few hours are simply not enough, create your own bespoke wellbeing programme, so every day of your holiday includes a well-deserved spa treat. Enjoy eight hours of full-body massages and scrubs, to leave you in a state of perfect bliss – you won’t want to go home!

Karma Royal Resorts Spa massage

To find out more about Karma Royal Resorts, including their resorts located in Indonesia, Thailand and Greece, visit Royal Resorts

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