The largest spa and first urban onsen has finally landed in the heart of Makati!

For those seeking to rejuvenate their senses during the upcoming holidays, I’M Onsen Spa will be the perfect urban retreat.

Relaxation Lounge

Being the largest urban spa facility in the country, the spa is perfectly primed to ensure your utmost relaxation. It also houses the first Onsen in the Philippines, a unique carbonated bath with technology imported from Japan that injects minerals into their bathwater to mimic the mineral composition of authentic geothermal hot springs in Japan that are known the world over for their beauty and wellness properties. Guests at I’M Onsen spa will also get to choose from a wide variety of treatments, from the signature massage treatment that combines Swedish and Shiatsu techniques, to their Ageless Facial by Babor, a renowned German cosmetics house that has been a pioneer in professional skincare since 1956. Treatments can be availed in a wide variety of rooms, from spa pods to couple rooms with ensuite jacuzzis or steam rooms, or executive and VIP rooms fit for small exclusive gatherings. Finally, round up your onsen experience with complimentary teas in our relaxation lounge. A meal in Bloom Restaurant is also included in your treatment. At I’M Onsen spa, prices are all-inclusive and come with access to all the above facilities. The spa is open daily from 10AM to midnight and accepts walk-ins. From now till the end of May all-inclusive spa packages that come with any 60 min treatment and a buffet meal are at P1,500 nett from Mondays to Thursdays and P1,800 nett on Fridays to Sundays. For a limited time only, come in a group of 6 from Mondays to Thursdays from 10AM to 4pm and 1 person’s treatment will be complimentary. 

Onsen Green Wall

For more information and booking enquiries, visit or call +632 7557 877

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