7 Spa Retreats You Need To Visit
Great spas can be found across the globe. Whether it be a wellness retreat with intensive detox programmes, or spas which are world-famous for their unique treatments and ambience, some spas go above and beyond to make your visit truly unforgettable.
Of course, it is impossible to visit every single spa on Earth in only one lifetime. So, to help make sure you get the most out of your spa breaks, we’ve highlighted the eight spa retreats that you must visit.
Vana is regarded by many as one of the world’s leading retreats, where, after a consultation, you are given a custom-made schedule created by Vana’s expert doctors. As well as prescribed treatments, you will get the chance to enjoy daily yoga or hiking sessions in the morning. You also have access to swimming pools, tennis courts and a gymnasium.
Specialist menus are provided at Vana’s restaurants, which keep in-line with guests’ prescribed treatments. Vana’s rooms and suites are all furnished with a bright, natural decor, creating a harmonious and restful ambience.
Whatever you want to get out of your spa visit, Chiva-Som in Thailand is able to deliver it. Chiva-Som offers a wide range of treatments and facilities that caters perfectly for every one of its visitors, making sure everyone leaves feeling refreshed and revitalised.
Chiva-Som’s spa menu includes a number of fitness classes, such as Tai Chi and Pilates, as well as a range of massages and beauty treatments. Saunas, steam rooms, Jacuzzis and waterbeds are all available. Chiva-Som has also been recently renovated, meaning all the rooms are of an exceptionally high standard.
Vivamayr Altaussee is another exceptional medical resort that you need to visit. It sits in Austria’s beautiful Alps overlooking Lake Altaussee and uses Mayr medicine to help visitors deal with a range of health issues, such as stress, sleep problems, chronic fatigue and even arthritis. Vivamayr Altaussee also provides personalised detoxification programmes, oxygen therapies and salt-based treatments. There is also a sauna, a hammam, a thermal water pool and a beauty salon with facial and body treatments available on site.
Euphoria’s exotic range of Greek and Chinese treatments ensure that this spa lives up to its name. This cleansing spa retreat provides a range of personalised physical and mental treatments. These include programmes of physical exercise, diet guidelines and mental coaching, each delivered by Euphoria’s expert staff. The spa itself boasts a range of massages and treatments and its facilities include a salt room, sauna, steam room and even a cold plunge pool.
Although its clean, modern interior gives the impression that it is a brand new spa, the staff at Kurhotel Skodsborg are far from being novices. This five-star luxury health resort was first founded over 100 years ago and is Denmark’s leading spa.
The spa includes a larch hydro spa, which features an outdoor Jacuzzi, two saunas, a steam bath and a 21m swimming pool. As well as this, there is a medical centre onsite, which provides acupuncture, reflexology and physiotherapy.
L’Albereta is a small five-star hotel, located in an area just outside of Milan that is surrounded by beautifully sprawling green gardens. As well as a large menu of spa treatments, a water-gym, yoga and Pilates sessions, visitors are able to enjoy a variety of activities that make use of L’Albereta’s luscious surroundings.
Its Spa Espace Chenot is one of only two dedicated Henri Chenot spas and has a team of 30 doctors, therapists, dieticians, osteopaths and beauticians. The 2000sqm space is awash with natural light and muted tones, a haven for regaining mental and physical wellbeing.
Fusion Maia is a sanctuary of calm and serenity. It is Asia’s only all-inclusive spa, and is ideal for those looking simply to reflect and relax. Fusion Maia’s approach incorporates wellbeing into the total spa experience, so you can guarantee that you will leave feeling renewed and rejuvenated.
The spa facilities at Fusion Maia include a swimming pool, fitness centre and an activities room, and a full range of treatments are on offer, including body scrubs and massages.
If you are interested in visiting any of the retreats mentioned in this blog then get in touch with our experts today by calling 020 7843 3597 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org