The Sun Herald – October 2004
The Sun Herald – November 2004
The West Australian - February 2005

HELLO BALI - OCTOBER 2003
Asia's First Mogul Inspired Spa
 
Harper's BazaarFollowing the lines of classical Mogul architecture, the inspiration for Prana comes from the sumptuous palaces built by the Mogul rulers in the 16th century; while the spectacular interiors are based on the lavish furnishings, textiles, mosaics, paintings and carvings found in the great palaces of India’s Maharaja’s.  The design team, lead by renowned New Zealand sculptor Stephen Hall, traveled to Rajasthan to hand-pick many of the furnishings including beautiful carpets, brass lanterns, carved wooden doors and Indian silk paintings. Over 120 local artists and craftsmen have been engaged to replicate the intricate details and facets of a Mogul palace.  

The 1,300  square metre Prana Spa  incorporates a full variety of spa features including 24 massage rooms (single and double) 1 hot and 2 cold plunge pools, 4 rain shower massage rooms, 2 sauna rooms and 3 steam rooms, as well as separate areas for reflexology and beauty treatments.

"The inspiration for Prana comes from the sumptuous palaces built by the Mogul rulers in the 16th century..."