The Vegan Essentials
Like everywhere else at Soneva Kiri, The Spa is wonderful. With treatments and therapies provided by the renowned luxury brand, Six Senses Spa, you can get seriously pampered here. We took part in the Himalayan Singing Bowl Class which is part of the regular activity programme and was a whole new experience for the Vegan Food Quest team (but definitely one that we’d recommend).
Our Signature Treatment Massage also incorporated the use of the singing bowls resulting in a massage that was particularly memorable. Put yourself in the hands of the experts and let the Six Senses Spa team work their very special brand of magic.
Normally this part of our review might just contain a small celebration for a feather free sleep but you might have guess by now that Soneva Kiri is no normal kind of place. We had a choice of fully vegan buckwheat crescent, isotonic, tempur viscoelastic or butterfly pillows (the latter being a shape not made of butterflies may we add!). We could choose from a selection of scented mini pillows to be scattered around our bed with the choice of bergamot, lemongrass, orange, peppermint fragrances.
And the duvet? An anti allergenic duvet with microfibre filling and 100% cotton sheets, a truly luxurious vegan sleep.
In keeping with the Soneva Kiri’s commitment to sustainability, amenities were 100% natural and contained organically grown plant extracts and pure essential oils. There were no parabens, no synthetic fragrance or colours and products are not tested on animals.
They were lovely to use too with all guests getting to choose their preferred fragrance from a choice of Sense of Tranquility lemongrass, Sense of Tranquility lavender, Sense of Vitality peppermint or fragrance free.
The Vegan Food Quest Verdict
Make a reservation at Soneva Kiri for a luxury stay that is like no other. Enjoy the laid back luxury, embrace as many playful, magical experiences as you can and be seriously impressed by the vegan food.
Don’t forget to visit The Six Senses Spa (it really was amazing) and make time to dine in The Treepod because let’s face it, how often do you get the chance to eat in a giant woven basket suspended high up in the trees of an ancient rainforest?