Pamper Yourself: 7 of the World’s Best Hotel Spas – Relax, detox, indulge. If you are hoping to kickstart a healthier lifestyle or simply chill, here are 7 of the world’s best hotel spas. Have a look and rejuvenate your senses!
1. Thermal Spa, Grand Resort Bad- Switzerland
The views from the 267-room Grand Resort Bad Ragaz are worth the visit alone. But the real draw is its cutting edge-meets-holistic Wellbeing and Thermal Spa, the leading medical spa in Switzerland. Its 12 spa suites offer floor-to-ceiling windows, personal saunas, color-therapy baths and bathwater from nearby thermal springs.
2. Wellness Spa at COMO Shambhala Estate – Indonesia
Located in Begawan Village on the outskirts of Ubud, the Wellness Spa’s tranquil river valley setting is as healing as the treatments themselves. Its long-term wellness programs — five days or more — are available and favored by celebrities and elite athletes.
3. The Spa at Canyon Ranch – Arizona, USA
There’s no spa in the United States quite like this 80,000-square-foot behemoth, located within a 150-acre ranch in the scenic foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains.
Upon arrival, guests are encouraged to meet with a medical professional to develop a customized fitness program to complement treatments. The spa has four swimming pools, including one with underwater treadmills.
4. Thalasso del Forte at Forte Village Resort – Sardinia, Italy
With a thalassotherapy center and an Ayurvedic “park” focused on traditional Indian healing methods, the award-winning Thalasso del Forte is more than a hotel spa — it’s a full-blown temple of wellness.
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5. Spa at Four Seasons Resort – Bora Bora
Built on the edge of a turquoise lagoon and flanked by tropical groves, the spa at Four Seasons Bora Bora couldn’t be more perfectly poised. While most treatments can be performed in guest bungalows, the spa’s spacious Kahaia suite, with its outdoor terrace, soaking bath and views over Mount Otemanu, is hard to beat.
6. Spa at Rancho La Puerta – Mexico
Located at the base of Mount Kuchumaa and founded in 1940, here treatments are more classic than cutting-edge — aromatherapy massages and herbal wraps. In addition to traditional treatments, the spa also offers chiropractic services, craniosacral therapy, acupuncture and meditation classes.
7. Spa at Chiva Som International Health Resort – Thailand
Aesthetically, this spa newcomer has upped the ante with slick modernism, minimalist decor, and soaring ceilings. Its Asian-inspired treatments include a purifying amethyst wrap infused with jasmine and pearls, paired with a mini-crystal facial massage, said to stimulate the lymphatic system. The spa’s ultimate indulgence? Floor-to-ceiling windows that allow guests to bask in the surrounding alpine views while being taken care of.
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