Best Spas for Rejuvenating & Relaxing

WRITTEN BY: Elizabeth On 01/11/2016 • Health

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Going to the spa serves a few different purposes. If you go for waxing, a hair trim, or a skin care treatment, it may simply become another errand on your to-do list. If you let it, though, going to the spa can become an experience in and of itself. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of gorgeous, rejuvenating spas all over the world. Find out which spas offer the most rejuvenating and relaxing experience to visitors, and book your trip today. Seriously—you deserve a getaway.

 

Thalasso del Forte in Sardinia, Italy

First, this spa is in Italy, and who doesn’t want to spend a vacation in Italy? In all seriousness, this spa is known for its 20 unique treatment rooms and outdoor treatment areas, which allow you to enjoy the sights and sounds of waterfalls and Italian villages.

 

Calistoga Ranch in Napa Valley

A spa getaway that also includes access to some of the best wine in the United States is basically everything you need in your life right now. Calistoga Ranch sits in the middle of 157 wooded acres. Visitors enjoy stunning views of a private canyon from the open-air pools, nourish their skin in mineral soaks, and rinse off in open air pools and showers. All the honey used in beauty procedures is harvested on-site.

 

L’Auberge Del Mar in Del Mar, CA

Visitors of this gorgeous spa can’t figure out what they love best about it. Maybe it’s the ocean views or the fact that most spa treatments are done in the fresh, open California air. However, there are also 10 private treatment rooms if you need a little bit more privacy. If your skin is feeling tired, try their Signature Seashell Antioxidant Facial.

 

St. Regis Aspen Resort

Are you looking for a trip that includes a little bit of skiing, a little bit of wine, and a whole lot of rejuvenation? The Remede Spa is located in the St. Regis Aspen Resort. Clients are treated with champagne and chocolates. Imagine spending a long day on the slopes and heading back to the spa, your face cold and bitten by the wind. Now, imagine how amazing it would feel to settle into one of the spa’s steam caves, hot tubs, or oxygen lounges.

 

The Greenbrier in the Allegheny Mountains

This resort was built around natural white sulfur baths found in the Allegheny Mountains, so it was truly made for healing and rejuvenating. Booking a stay here means enjoying hot stone massages, aromatherapy, antioxidant facials, mineral spa treatments, and long, rejuvenating soaks.

 

Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora

This is the place to be if you prefer your trips to have more of a tropical setting. Staying at this resort means staying in your own private guest bungalow, where you can order spa treatments and never have to leave your room. However, you’d really be missing out if you never checked out the Kahaia Suite of the spa. It includes an outdoor terrace where you can sit in a soaking bath and enjoy stunning views of Mount Otemanu.

 

Golden Door in San Marcos, California

At Golden Door, you can enjoy spa treatments that blend the best of modern technology and techniques with ancient Asian wellness routines. Throughout your stay, you may get Reiki massages, Watsu water therapy, and other immersive spa treatments. This spa offers a focus on total health and wellness, so your trip includes mindfulness practice, organic food, and the opportunity to unplug from the world.