The Spa Suite at Mekosha
What are the key features of the rooms at Mekosha?
- King bed
- 300 thread count linens
- French press with ground coffee
- In-room library
- No television
- Massage table for in-room treatment
- Space for yoga and meditation
- Pool view
All rooms at Mekosha are equipped with a king bed. There are no twin sharing rooms. However, a portable single bed can be made available on request.
Every room at Mekosha has a "meditation zone", which includes a massage table, chair and footrest. Each wellness guest typically receives at least one in-room treatment per day. The massage table is light and can easily be moved to accommodate a yoga mat. There are sliding doors to close off the meditation zone from the main bedroom. The fact that every room has a massage table for in-room treatments puts Mekosha in a league of its own. Most Ayurveda resorts do not offer this feature.
Every room at Mekosha offers a pool view, which can be seen from the meditation zone and the main bedroom if you are staying on the ground floor (as pictured above). If you are staying on the first floor or the second floor, the pool cannot be seen from the main bedroom. Hence, the higher floor rooms have an added level of privacy.
All rooms at Mekosha have a large dresser, in-suite library, kettle for boiling water, mini fridge, a Marshall speaker, a full-length floor-standing mirror, and bottled water (glass not plastic).
Water and Coffee
Bottled water is replenished every morning and additional water bottles can be requested at no extra charge. The water is reverse osmosis purified water and UV sterilized, which is healthier than mineral water in plastic bottles. Special detox is water is also served every morning.
Perhaps the best feature: every room is equipped with a French press and fine coffee for your daily caffeine fix. Mekosha is the only Ayurooms partner resort to offer this convenience. Most Ayurvedic resorts do not have coffee in the room and, where they do, it is almost always Nescafe or Bru instant coffee.
The bathroom is equipped with a rainfall shower and a ceiling fan. The ceiling fan help keeps the bathroom cool during the hotter months and enables the floors to dry faster when they get wet. There are two limitations to note: (1) the sink area does not have a lot of countertop space and (2) none of the "suites" have a bathtub. Most luxury resorts tend to have a bathtub or jacuzzi. For this reason, we consider Mekosha to be a "premium resort", not a true luxury resort.
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