More accolades for Outrigger Fiji’s Bebe Spa Sanctuary

BY DONNA PARKIN — The accolades continue to roll in for Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort’s beautiful Bebe Spa Sanctuary with a recent win in the Pevonia Awards International Best Spa Design category.

In addition, Bebe therapist Shivanjani Lata was a finalist in the Best Therapist of the Year category, a title she won at the Australasian Spa and Wellness Association Awards in 2014.

Earlier in the year Bebe Spa was awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, listed by TripAdvisor as ‘The most captivating Fiji resort spa.’

Bebe Spa overlooks Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort from Vakalomalagi Hill with stunning views across a reef-fringed lagoon. It contains eight open-air treatment rooms, a Bure ni Loloma (House of Love) – wedding chapel and a post- and pre-treatment relaxation lounge and Kalokalo Bar that offers spectacular views of the best sunsets in the South Pacific.

Four of the treatment rooms contain luxurious sunken spa baths on balconies which overlook the reef, adding another level of luxury to treatments.

Resort manager Russell Blaik with Praveena Dewan (right) and the Bebe Spa team

Resort manager Russell Blaik with Praveena Dewan (right) and the Bebe Spa team

Pronounced Behm-beh, Bebe is a Fijian word meaning butterfly. All treatments practiced at Bebe are based on giving guests a sense of renewal where upon leaving the sanctuary, guests feel the soothing effects of being transformed into a butterfly.

Spa manager Praveena Dewan said that the spa menu focuses on uniting ancient Fijian therapies and beauty rituals with the world-renowned effectiveness of the luxury Pevonia product.

“These awards recognise our traditionally designed spa which transcends through to the spa menu and the dedication of our highly trained team and their efforts to deliver the ultimate spa experience to our guests,” she said.

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