Luxury Yacht teams feels like you need to have some extremely relaxing time. Also with luxury in our mind. After lookking at some of the world’s best luxury spas, including luxury hotels with spas, spa resorts in Asia and the Caribbean and day spas, we were able to show you a top 10 luxury spas in the world.
The Chedi Andermatt spa is one of the most striking in Europe. Designed by Jean-Michel Gathy, it features multiple pools, an exceptionally well-equipped gym, free fitness classes for guests and treatments using products from SpaRitual, ila, Ren and Alpienne. For those who really want to find a sense of sanctuary in this Swiss resort, its sprawling Furka Suite is the best place to stay.
Each luxury resort in the Maldives has an impressive spa, but the facility at Velaa Private Island is special. One of only four My Blend by Clarins spas worldwide, it offers finessed treatments using products that are matched with clients’ skin types. The setting is idyllic too, with treatments taking place in thatched cottages that stand on stilts above shimmeringly clear water.
In Turkey, D-Hotel Maris’s Espa spa is an immense and soothing space, but it’s the overall setting that elevates it to the next level. Standing on the tip of a protected peninsula, it offers spectacular, restorative views and is straddled by a number of private beaches, including the relaxing Silence Beach shown here.
In Utah, the stark Amangiri spa takes advantage of its desert setting, with views over arid plains and craggy rock faces. Treatments reflect the holistic principles and healing traditions of the Navajo people who inhabit the Four Corners area, where Amangiri is situated.
A modern and stylish addition to Switzerland’s long-standing Kulm Hotel, the Kulm spa comes complete with sauna, steam room, indoor pool, outdoor pool and more, but it’s perhaps its setting that’s most impressive. It looks out at a rugged, soaring stretch of the Swiss Alps and, below, the expansive St. Moritz lake which freezes over in winter and glistens alluringly in summer.
Taking an holistic approach to fitness, Como Shambala Estate in Bali offers “wellness programmes” that take care of every aspect of guests’ wellbeing. Care is taken with cuisine (nutritionists are on hand to advise on what’s best), exercise is integrated into daily programmes, and outdoor yoga classes capitalise on the soothing setting.
Another Maldivian resort, Maalifushi by Como’s spa is spread across a collection of thatched villas and overlooks a starfish-studded lagoon.
The Iridium Spa at the St. Regis Lhasa hotel in Tibet will be appreciated by guests who make the effort to get there – it’s positioned 12,000ft above sea level. Spread over 11,700sq ft, the spa includes a meditation garden, numerous Tibetan flourishes and traditional treatments and, perhaps most impressively, a gold-tiled swimming pool.
An unexpected oasis in the desert, Jordan’s Six Senses Spa, Evason Ma’In Hot Springs is built beneath a natural hot-spring waterfall. Lying 264 metres below sea level, the resort makes use of the surrounding mineral-rich waters with a variety of signature treatments.
By anyone’s measure the Dheva Spa and Wellness Centre at the Dhara Dhevi resort in Chiang Mai in Thailand must count as one of the world’s most beautiful spas. Taking up 3,100sq metres, the complex is embellished with ornate mouldings and sculptures depicting sacred animals and symbolic Buddhist motifs; the interior includes 18 treatment rooms decorated with Thai silk, polished teakwood, marble tiles and Asian antiques.
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