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Sha-Mani Spa and Lodge

30 Doncaster Street, Newmarket, Alberton
Alberton, Gauteng, South Africa, Africa
price range: 3 Starrating: 1 Star
Sha-Mani Spa is the ultimate. The little farm in town is a place where body, soul and mind become one again, a birds paradise. Come and relax whilst being pampered, listen to nature's calling, birds chattering all day long.

Sha-Mani Spa is conveniently located on a 16000 square meter property in Alberton, the spa is close to all main highways, only 15 minutes drive from Johannesburg city center and 20 minutes from O R Tambo airport. Sha- Mani Spa offers a shuttle service and they have ample and secure parking for up to 200 vehicles.

The spa encourages their visitors to stay over and enjoy the serenity and tranquility whilst enjoying a sundowner. Sha-Mani health spa and lodge currently has a total of 24 accommodation rooms for overnight purposes. They do treatments from 09h00 to 20h00 and bookings and payment in advance is essential.

The spa itself is 140 square meters, has a total of 10 therapists, treatments are also done in their beautiful gardens. The spa provides dressing and shower rooms. They also supply robes and slippers for all their clients for on site use.

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