Our Selection Of Luxury Spa Resorts In Italy

From the fresh air of the Alps to the rolling hills of Tuscany, Italy provides the most luxurious retreats in the most desirable and breath-taking areas of the world. Read our blog and discover our favourite luxury spa resorts.

Lefay Resort & Spa Lago di Garda
Lefay Resort & Spa Lago Di Garda is located on Lake Garda in a stunning eleven-hectare national park surrounded by olive trees, rolling hills and breath-taking views. The concept of Lefay is to embrace overall wellness throughout your whole holiday – everything from the food to the natural surroundings and spa treatments contributes to your wellness. Light and modern rooms lend themselves to a peaceful night's sleep, while the impressive selection of facilities, activities, and dining options ensure every single one of your needs is easily met.


L'Albereta is a unique combination of a luxurious five-star hotel, within a historic building amongst sprawling gardens and located just outside of Bresica, Bergamo and Milan. With only 38 rooms, L’Albereta feels exclusive and remote and is surrounded by some of Italy’s most breath-taking scenery – the ideal location for rest, relaxation and even a more intense spa retreat. The 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.


Enjoy luxurious relaxation & sophistication at Preidlhof, one of the most beautiful spa hotels in South Tyrol. In this award-winning spa, you can experience an impressive range of treatments; from relaxing and romantic spa breaks to targeted detox, fitness and weight-loss programmes, as well as complimentary therapy and specialist medical treatments. The hotel offers you more than 5000m² of wellness space, including a six-floor Spa Tower with spectacular views and 16 different sauna and relaxation experiences including the world’s only Deep Sea Relaxation room.

Verdura Resort
Verdura Resort is an eco-conscious, family-friendly destination spread over 560 acres of beautiful rolling, beachfront land on the coast of Sicily. While it may be a large resort, it still manages to feel intimate and welcoming due to the attentive staff and stunning surroundings. When it comes to the facilities, everything here is top of the range; the stone and glass spa is arguably Verdura’s centrepiece with four thalassotherapy pools, a wonderful hammam and a holistic approach to health, wellbeing and fitness. Treatments focus on anti-ageing, rejuvenation, diet and detoxification with personalised programmes and tailor-made therapies offered to all guests.

Palace Merano Espace Henri Chenot
Set your body straight at this serious spa for those who want results. Palace Merano has gained the reputation for being the best place to go to for anti-aging and a full detox – and it’s not without reason having won many awards for their success! With world-class facilities and intensive programmes, Espace Henri Chenot is all about improving the body and mind with overall wellbeing. The expert team have a personalised approach and will assess your body’s state to establish a treatment plan for your stay that may include massages, hydrotherapy, chiropractor, nutritionists, elaborate blood oxygenating procedures, supplement, vitamins and minerals. Their beauty treatment centre also offers a variety of treatments should you be in need of hyaluronic, Botox and other skin rejuvenation treatments.

If you would like to know more about our selection of luxury spa resorts in Italy, feel free speak to our wellness team who will be able to help you to find the one that is perfect for you - call us on 020 7843 3597 or enquire here.

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