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Best Wellness Weekend Resorts

Hotel Californian

Named after the distinct Moroccan shade of blue, the hotel’s Majorelle spa evokes a sense of tranquillity from the outset. Their three to four hour Couture Tailored Time treatment is personalised to satisfy individual needs, with a preliminary consultation enabling therapists to create unique protocols to maximise treatment results.

 

Condado Vanderbilt Hotel

A timeless retreat, The Vanderbilt Spa in Condado, Puerto Rico, is all about savouring the art of living well. To celebrate their Centennial Anniversary, they’ve created several special spa treatments for guests, including Diamond Hands & Feet, Diamond Rose Massage and Diamond Lightening Facial. Also available to book is The Hammam Ritual, which works to establish a connection with your inner self, while at the same time enveloping you in a sense of mystery.

Le Max Wellness Club at Hotel Wellington

The Le Max method involves evaluating each customer individually to create a tailored health and wellness programme, which includes both exercise and health and beauty treatments. Their spa offers 800 square meters of serenity, with facilities including a whirlpool spa, an ice fountain, contrast and sensations showers, a steam room and a relaxation area. Try Le Max Medical Skincare – The Time Capsule, which guarantees instant results thanks to German BDR technology. It’s designed to refine pores, reduce and fills wrinkles, eliminate marks and reduce blemishes, leaving your skin fresh and glowing.

Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa, Kohler Spa

Relax and replenish your mind and body at Kohler Waters Spa at the Old Course Hotel – the first KOHLER spa experience outside the USA. Designed by architects Sedley Place, the 2,300sq m (25,000sq ft) spa facility includes 13 treatment rooms, including two couples rooms, two wet treatment rooms with KOHLER bathing experiences, a 20m indoor swimming spa pool, a hydrotherapy pool for therapeutic bathing, a steam room, experience showers, a cold plunge pool and a sauna. There’s also a lovely rooftop garden with a hot tub, perfect for warmer days. Try their treatment of the month, Organic Stimulating Seaweed Body Buff, which involves being scrubbed from head to toe with a certified organic body buff, designed to revitalise tired and dull skin.

Farris Bad

The beautiful Farris Bad is the largest spa in Scandinavia, and the only hotel built by a genuine mineral spring. Each day, fresh water flows up to the on-site water cave – rich in minerals, with health-promoting qualities.

Haven Riviera Cancun Resort & Spa

Poised beside the Caribbean Sea, the MySenses Spa at Haven Riviera Cancun is an oceanfront sanctuary, oozing tranquillity. The spa offers cutting-edge services and customies therapies, many of which incorporate Mayan healing philosophies. Facilities, meanwhile, include an aroma steam room, Hammam room, sensation shower, ice foundation and giant whirlpool, alongside a relaxation room with comfortable chairs and cold-pressed juices.

Edgewood Tahoe Resort, Spa Edgewood

Nestled in a private yet expansive area on the second floor of the Edgwood Tahoe Resort is Spa Edgewood, a space designed to evoke the beauty of the area’s natural surroundings. They recently re-vamped their treatment menu, with new offerings including the use of hyperbaric oxygen, crystals and stones to amplify healing effects. This October they’re hosting a wellness festival, Taholistic: a celebration of healthy living, wellness and the natural world. Events include morning al fresco yoga classes with views of Lake Tahoe and Mt. Tallac – complimentary to all Lodge guests.

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