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The Spa & Wellness Collection 2016
Since 2003 Mandala Day Spa provides high quality luxury service experience with smells, colours, touch and luxury design.
If you are looking for a place to relax or to surprise your loved ones, Mandala is the perfect choice. We highly recommend to come with a book and enjoy the relaxation as long as you wish. The spa facilities and all you need at Mandala Day Spa is already included in your treatment price.
We provide more than 100 treatments from all across around the world. From couple to individual treatments such as massages, hammam rituals, body scrubs and wraps, facial treatments, manicure and pedicure treatments.
All of our treatments provided by qualified therapists and with 100% bio ingredients. Every guest can enjoy the special treat to make them stay a perfect escape.
The spa facilities include the followings: unlimited usage of the teahouse with bio tea selection, fruits, snacks and flavoured water, mulled wine in winter, infrared/finnish sauna combined with salt cabin, Jacuzzi with rainfall, luxury showers provided with towels, slippers and robes.
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Mandala Day Spa - World Luxury Spa Awards Winner
The World Luxury Spa Awards is accepted as the pinnacle of achievement for Luxury Spas worldwide. The Awards is about congratulating and rewarding spas that have excelled beyond the normal call of duty, and it was established as a celebration of ultimate achievement in service excellence. The Awards are presented to luxury spas in 14 different categories on a country and global basis. The World Luxury Spa Awards aim to encourage & raise service standards within the Luxury Spa Industry.
Criteria for participation: Spas must be operating within the luxury nieche market, and service delivery should be of a high quality. Besides the Awards judging criteria is based upon service excellence, size of a spa is not taken into consideration during the nomination or voting phases.
Mandala Day Spa as the first, and leading luxury day spa of Budapest is one of the Wrold Luxury Spa Awards winner
Since 2003 Mandala Day Spa provides luxury care for our costumers. We offer more than 100 rejuvenating Body, Facial, Hand, Foot care treatments, these therapies are held in 7 different spa room, one traditional hammam room, a beauty parlour and an exclusive nail salon. All the of our treatments include free towel, sauna sheets, bathrobe, slippers and the Pascal Morabito shower products. You can enjoy spa facilities like the Jacuzzi-pool combined with rainfall, sauna combined salt cabin, deluxe bath- and water rituals. Before and after treatments you can relax in our teahouse and relaxation beds where we provide healthy herbal teas, cold beverages, a snack bar and fresh fruits.
We highly recommend to try one of Mandala Day Spa’a signature treatment, like the Combination of East and West massage. wich is also performed by highly trained spa therapists. The massage itself is a blend of Aromatherapy-, Japanese Shiatsu-, Swedish- and Thai massage moves and stretching.
Book now your appointment and let us seduce all your senses: +36 1 491 0078 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Best Places in Budapest - Recommended by Mandala Day Spa
Budapest attracts more than 4 million tourists annually, making it the 6th most popular city to visit in Europe.
It is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, has several UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the Buda Castle Quarter, Heroes' Square, Andrássy Avenue, and the Millennium Underground Railway, the second oldest metroline in the world (was built from 1894 to 1896).
Budapest is also known as "The city of Spas", it has more than as 80 geothermal springs with the world's largest thermal water cave system.
Mandala Day Spa offer you an unforgettable relaxing SPA day in a beautiful ambience. Choose one from our 100 different Body- Facial- Hand or Foot care treatments. All of our quests are welcommed to enjoy the oriental environment of our tea house, we provide for our costumers wide selection of herbal tea, refreshing cold beverages, snack bar, fine chocolates and fresh fruits. All our guests can use our unique Infra and Finnish sauna as well, and can also experience the wonders of the rain-fall jacuzzi with bubbling hot water.
If you visit Budapest with your partner, pamper yourselves with one of our faboulous SPA Couple Treatments, if you arrive with the company of friends take a look at our Massage or Hammam rituals to find the perfect treatments for yourselves. But if you'd like to have your own refreshing time, have a look around our SPA Packages. We are looking forward to welcome you in our Spa.
If you would like to enjoy your SPA day in a neo-baroque style milieu of the early XX. century, we can recommend you Széchenyi thermal Bath.
When you you visit Budapest, there are couple of sights you should not miss. They are going to convince you, this city is really the "Paris of the East".
Royal Palace - The Castle District - part of the World Heritage Site - famous for its Medieval, Baroque, and 19th-century houses, churches, and buildings. With its narrow streets, charming squares, cozy restaurants and cafés Buda Castle and the Castle District is the most frequently visited tourist attractions of Budapest.
Mathias Church - Roman Catholic church at the heart of Buda's Castle District. The church was built in the XIII. century along Trinity Square. The chucrch structure changed many times during the centuries, the final reconstruction was lead by Frigyes Schulek in the XIX. century when it reached its current appearance and stlye.
The Buda Castle Discrict
Parlaiment - lies on the bank of river Danube, in Lajos Kossuth Square, was erected between 1887 and 1904 on the plans of Imre Steindl, the facade built in neo-gothic stlyle while the dome in neo-renessance. Hungarian coronation symbols also can be found in the building.
St Stephen's Basilica - the biggest church in Budapest opened its gates in 1906 he Holy Right, was named in honour of Stephen, the first King of Hungary, whose mummified hand "The Holy Right" kept here as a relic
Dohány utca Synagogue - the second largest Jewish temples in the world (first is in New York) sanctified in 1859, it was built in the Moorish Revival style though the decoration based on islamic models of medieval Spain. The building includes a museum and a memorial to Jewish Holocaust victims also
Hero's Squere - it was created as the rememberance to the thousandth anniversary of the Magyar conquest of Hungary in 895 at the end of the XIX. century. it is surrounded by the Palace of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts.
After you visited the most popular parts and sights of the city, or spent a relaxing day at Mandala Day Spa, you might struggle where to go for a really good cup of coffee, or where to grab a lunch. Therefore Mandala Day Spa collected for you its best recommendations. Here is a list of places and restaurants worth to visit.
Café Gerbeaud - situated at discrict 5, Vörösmarty tér, one of the greatest and most traditional coffeehouses in Europe
Centrál Kávéház - downtown Budapest, a corner away from Elizabeth Bridge, was founded ithe late XIX. century, the historic interior was restored with all its paintings, chandeliers, and wooden furniture-masterpieces, and has a tasty selection of cakes, pastries, and Hungarian cuisine.
Alexandra Bookcafe- Lotz-Terem - situated in Andrássy avenue, Párisi Nagyáruház, the building functioned as casino in the 19th century, now is home to Alexandra Bookcafe, if you are looking for something really special, dont miss it, nice cafe in a stunning athmosphere
Alexandra Bookcafe Budapest
Menza - Located around Oktogon, Hungarian and International cuisine with a quick and friendly service, in a modern bistro feeling
Costes - Hungary's first Michlein starred restaurant located on Ráday street, offers a seasonally varying menu with unique dishes, more than three hundred types of wine, and a minimalist interior.
Klassz Restaurant and Wineshop - A restaurant and wine-bar on the Andrássy anevue, it serves hungarian dishes and has great selection of the best hungarian wines
TG Italiano - a new desigenr restraurant near St Stephan''s Basilica, just steps away from Chain Bridge and Parliament
Nobu - restaurant of the celebrety chef Nobuyuki "Nobu" Matsuhisa, it is located in the heart of Budapest in Corvinus Kempinski Hotel, not far from St Stephan''s Basilica and Chain Bridge, definately one of the best asian restaourant in town
After you filled your stomac with great hungarian dishes, you might be thrirsty for some culture, so here are the best museums and galleries you can find in town.
Museum of Applied Arts Budapest
Museum of Fine Arts - the museum is in Hero's Squere, opened in 1906, has a comprehensive international collection from ancient to cotemporary art, it is made up of six departments: Egyptian, Antique, Old sculpture gallery, Old painter gallery, Modern collection (impressive collection of 19th and 20th century paintings) Graphics collection.
Hall of Art - also located in Hero's Squere, the neo-renaissance building now is home to contemporary art, hosts temporary exhibitions of local and international artists' works
Ludwig Museum - Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art - The founders, Irene and Peter Ludwig's intention was to bring East and West closer through art. Has a broad collection of contemporary art from the the past 50 years, if you are in love with contemporary art, this is your place, here you can find valuable works from the artists' of American Pop Art, such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg.
Museum of Applied Arts - It is the third oldest applied arts museum in the world, the building iself is a masterpiece of Hungarian Art Nouveau too. The museum holds a rich collection of approximately 9,000 items from the medieval ages to the 20th century.
Mai Mano House - Hungarian House of Photograpy. It used to be the home and workplace of Manó Mai, the former imperial court photographer of the Austro-Hungarian Emipre. Now Mai Manó House presents exhibitions on three floors. If you are interested in photography you can find Ernst Museum and Robert Capa Centre of Contemporary Photography in the neighborhood too.
House of terror - The building used to be the headquarters of the communist secret police (ÁVH). Now it is a museum and memorial to the victims of both the Communist and the Nazi regimes in Hungary.
Memento Park - Statue Park - It is a Communist-themed outdoor museum, displays gigantic and powerful monuments and statues from the Communist Era. If you visit Budapest, Memento Park is a must see, although it is not in downtown. The easiest way to get there is to take the direct bus transfers from Deák Ferenc tér.
Shopping in Budapest:
Central Market Hall (Vásárcsarnok) - The largest and oldest indoor market of Budapest is located at the end of the famous shopping street Váci utca. It offers a huge variety of stalls in 3 floors, on the ground floor, stalls offer produce, meats, pastries, candies, spices, and spirits such as paprika, on the second floor suveniers, and at the basement butcher shops and fish markets.
Váci street - One of the main shopping street with cafes and restaurants
Andrássy avenue - It is also one of Budapest's main shopping streets, with fine cafes, restaurants, theatres, and luxury boutiques.
Top 10 things to do in Budapest
1. Take a Danube cruise for beautiful panoramic view of Pest and Buda
2. Find unique tresures at the antique shops and galleries of the antique row of Budapest
3. Try local food at Central Market Hall
4. Go for a treasure hunt at the Ecseri Flea Market.
5. Discover the streets, architecture, and courtyards of Palace District, the historic part of the 8th disctrict
6. Walk across Liberty Bridge and hike up to Gellért Hill to Citadella
7. Enjoy a performance at Budapest Opera House
8. Explore the secrets and ruin pubs of the Jewish Disctrict
9. Take a day trip to Szentendre for its ts historic architecture, art, souvenirs and restaurants
10. Rent a bike and cycle around Margaret Island