The spa at the hotel is a huge hit with guests. There’s nothing quite like the soothing effects of a luxurious spa service to revive the body and mind. And if you’re looking to hookup on a dating app or meet and fuck a random at a hotel, the spa is an absolute must before you get down and dirty. And if you’re looking for the best spa hotels for your next getaway, then you’re in luck. Here are 10 of my favorite places to pamper yourself, from relaxing spas to luxurious hotels.
La Résidence Le Dauphine
For over 200 years, Le Dauphine has welcomed guests from all over the world. Located in the heart of the Côte d’Azur, this elegant hotel’s spa and residences are the jewel of the building. The palm-shaded terrace is the perfect place to relax with an aperitif, or enjoy the pools with a glass of wine. Or try one of the six different treatment rooms to discover the difference between the oils and minerals used in each one. Osho: The New Heart of India Set in the exotic mountain landscape, Osho: The New Heart of India offers guests the opportunity to unwind and reconnect to their true selves. Since 1990, Osho International Meditation Resort has offered a way of life for spiritual seekers, and guests are drawn to the serenity of the surrounding mountains.
Le Meridien St. James
A 24,000-square-foot spa and wellness facility, the contemporary spa at Le Meridien St. James offers seven unique themed treatment rooms, an infrared sauna, and two lounge areas. Among the most popular treatments are the Royal Tower Facial and the “Carpe Diem” package. Shibani Dandekar Spa The 31,000-square-foot, 23-room spa at the Shreyas in Mumbai has exquisite baths, fountains, and waterfall showers. Spa Darsani has a variety of beauty treatments to help relieve stress, including an “Intense Therapy” facial, and a “Sweat Fusion” yoga session. The Spa at La Mer After an extensive renovation, The Spa at La Mer in New York City reopened in December, and offers a world-class, dry, and hand-crafted steam room, two private salt rooms, and a barre class.
The Ritz-Carlton, Paris
The Ritz-Carlton, Paris might not be the first place that comes to mind when you think about the most luxurious spa hotels in the world. But the sprawling spa at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel is a top contender. The Ritz-Carlton Paris is the epicenter of its own world of indulgence and style. Each room of the hotel feels like a high-end apartment with high-end furnishing and exquisite artwork. The service at the spa is also a top draw, thanks to an extensive list of facilities, including a sauna, steam rooms, cold plunge, and of course, the therapeutic waters of the thermal pool. The Langham Place The Langham Place in Singapore is among the most opulent hotels in the world.
Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore
Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, is located at Conrad Centennial Singapore in Sentosa. It has more than 50 treatment rooms and is one of the few places where you can experience the Temple Spa Collection. In addition to the five traditional varieties of massages, the hotel has a range of other services. One of my favorites is the 1 hour massage, where the therapist uses the right technique to release the body’s tight areas. Travelers can relax in the 60sq ft Thermal Suite with its two private whirlpools. There is also an 18sq ft solarium with a stone floor. You can also take a plunge into the pool if it’s really cold. The spa at Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, is one of the best in Singapore and one of the best in Southeast Asia.
The Peninsula, Hong Kong
The Peninsula is an iconic property in Hong Kong. After the handover in 1997, it was one of the most luxurious hotels in the city. After 20 years, the Peninsula is still considered one of the city’s most luxurious hotels. The spa is a huge hit with guests – it features one of the biggest day spas in the city. Saunas, steam rooms, beauty rooms and massage rooms are all part of the spa facilities. The skin experts in the spa are a part of the Peninsula Spa Academy. This means the staff is trained in a comprehensive menu of treatments that target specific skin concerns. At the spa, guests can even get a full body massage from one of the most experienced therapists on the peninsula. The Peninsula is located at 2 Parade Road, Central, Hong Kong.
The British Embassy Hotel, Beijing
Located in the center of Beijing’s diplomatic district, this elegant property offers luxury in its every aspect. With the help of two Michelin-starred chef Nick Daros, the hotel’s restaurants continue to impress with a jaw-dropping array of delicacies. Guests can also enjoy top-quality tennis at the hotel’s swimming pool, as well as shopping opportunities in the boutique below. The Spa at The British Embassy Hotel is a popular destination with guests who want to escape the city and soak up the natural, healing mineral water of the hotel’s gorgeous surrounds. Within this iconic hotel, you’ll find the state-of-the-art Relaxa, with a rooftop pool and panoramic views. Or take a relaxing dip in the adjoining La Serenata hot tub, a tranquil oasis bathed in light and surrounded by vines.
The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo
Enjoy a luxurious pool and lounge at this Ritz-Carlton property located in the heart of Ginza in Tokyo. There’s plenty to do here, such as a stylish spa. The Hibiki Spa is the first Hibiki Collection Spa and is the epitome of Japan’s leading luxury brand. The spa was established in 1924 and is located in a ryokan-style hotel with a separate ryokan-style Japanese restaurant and a tatami-mat room for you to soak in the experience. On the second floor, try out the Halcyon Heavenly Bath. The service and comfort here is renowned for its innovative signature fusion of ancient Japanese baths, using juniper oil from Mount Fuji. The bath’s appeal is its unique, floating setting, designed in the spirit of a Zen garden.
Hotel Kasturi, Kochi
One of the oldest hotels in India, Hotel Kasturi is just a short walk from Fort Kochi, Kerala’s most happening hub for culture, art and beaches. The hotel’s large grounds feature a pool, a gym, and a yoga room. For those who like to swim, the hotel’s indoor pool is both air-conditioned and heated. And if you’re a guest at the hotel, there’s a kids club on site. The spa, with its traditional Kerala design and huge shower, is a large addition to the hotel. The hotel’s location is also ideal for the many street parties that take place here each day. Luxury Sunset Resort, Similan Islands Long regarded as one of the most beautiful islands in Thailand, the Similan Islands offer an ideal getaway for a stylish getaway.
The Peninsula, Bangkok
Located in Bangkok’s bustling Khao San Road neighborhood, The Peninsula is a top-of-the-line, five-star property. The luxurious boutique hotel opened its doors in 1997, with a South Asian-themed design to add to the mix. Nestled along the Chao Praya River, the 1,700-room property has been recognized as the top hotel in Bangkok by Forbes. However, if you’re looking for a more low-key hotel that will focus on Thai culture and architecture, don’t let the name fool you – the Peninsula is located across the street from Sukhumvit Soi 23, where it has a unique relationship with street markets and rooftop bars. Ritz Carlton, Philadelphia A stay at The Ritz Carlton is sure to be the perfect respite from your hectic daily life.
The Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
Located on the 50th floor of the Hotel’s iconic tower, guests can enjoy the impressive views of Hong Kong’s famed Victoria Harbor. But it’s the Mandarin Spa that takes center stage here. The 25-meter sauna is well worth a visit. Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza A post shared by Unsplash (@unsplash) on Jun 27, 2018 at 8:23pm PDT A modern, striking tower built on a historic colonial site, this hotel’s top floor rooms have views of the Singapore River and the bustling Marina Bay Sands casino and hotel, and the CBD and Central Business District. The 33-treatment studio suite is always booked up. Just make sure to reserve ahead of time.