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Here for a business trip, after a very long flight I booked a massage at the Jiva spa in the Taj Whitefield hotel. This was probably the best spa/massage experience I’ve had. Extremely professional service from the moment you walk in. Priyanka was excellent getting...More
My second visit to Jiva SPA this time in BLR and it meets all expectations! The place is beautiful clean and relaxing, the therapists are AMAZING... experienced, attentive and caring. Had a masala scrub and 60min foot massage... perfect Sunday treat! I will be back.
Indulged in their Sushupti massage which is a two hour exfoliation and relaxation massage. The therapist was well experienced and massaged away knots I never even knew existed. The ritual started with a footh bath followed by a body wrap which was later washed off...More
Recently we stayed at the Taj Vivanta, Whitefield & had an amazing experience at the Jiva Spa. The Sauna and Steam experience was great and the aromatherapy Massage was soothing & very relaxing. The Masseur are very good, well trained & experienced and the pressure...More
Date of experience: May 2015
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Established in the late 1800s as a settlement for the Eurasians and Anglo Indians of Bangalore, Whitefield has evolved from being a quaint residential neighbourhood into Bangalore’s IT hub. Once upon a time, renowned for Sathya Sai Baba’s ashram called Brindavan, Whitefield today is dotted with modern shopping and tech parks and has grown into a hip chill
out hub for all. Home to fancy bakeries, restaurants serving the best of international cuisines to local Kerala dishes, a shopping destination set within a farm amid lots of greenery, heath and wellness resorts to a vibrant night life, there is a lot to discover here. If you are a history buff, Whitefield’s Waverly Inn where former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill once lived and one of the oldest houses that still retains the centuries old architecture is worth a visit.