The Five Best Luxury Health Spas in Europe
If you’re looking for a luxurious and relaxing break, a hotel with a fantastic spa is the perfect option. Fortunately, you don’t have to travel far to receive five-star treatment. There are some extravagant and luxurious spas throughout Europe, so if you need some inspiration for your next break read on. Before your travel to Europe, make sure you’ve packed your essential travel documents such as your ehic card.
Grand Hotel Tremezzo, Lake Como
This five-star hotel has a fantastic spa, with its own heated indoor infinity pool and a stunning outdoor pool which has views across Italy’s impressive Lake Como. The indoor pool has five different hydro-massage areas for ultimate relaxation. Inside, there’s a comfortable relaxation lounge and sauna with sunbeds and views out across the lake and mountains. You can receive traditional Hamman treatments, visit the nail salon or head to the gym for a yoga class.
38 Degrees North, Marbella
If you’re looking for a more active detox, the 38 Degrees North resort has a holistic long weekend package which will recharge and relax you. You’ll be staying at the five-star resort and will have access to the Six Senses Spa where you can receive a range of top class treatments including massage, facials and cleanses. After your treatment, head to one of the many swimming pools or the sauna to unwind. The retreat includes exercise plans to get you in shape and goal setting to help you recharge mentally.
Rome Cavalieri, Rome
This luxurious ancient Rome-themed spa has over 25,000 square foot of indoor and outdoor pools for you to relax in. Each one is extravagantly decorate in line with the theme. There are also Turkish baths, saunas and treatment rooms where you can receive high-end facials and body treatments. In the unlikely event you get tired of relaxing, you can take a yoga class or head to the tennis courts.
La Clairière De-Stress, Alsace
Set in the beautiful French forests of Alsace, La Clairière De-Stress is the ideal location to escape from the stresses of everyday life. The spa features several different areas, which are referred to as ‘worlds’, including sauna world and water world. The sauna area has a variety of different saunas, plunge pools and steam baths for guests to enjoy. Both the indoor and outdoor pools are heated and there’s a Jacuzzi to relax in too. Treatments include facials, body scrubs and massages which use the most lavish oils and ingredients to ensure the guests leave the spa hotel feeling revived and relaxed.
The Chedi Andermatt, Andermatt
If you’re looking for a winter break with that extra element of luxury, choose The Chedi Andermatt. The spa strikes a balance between being large and airy while remaining intimate and cosy, which is hard to achieve. The pool offers a seamless transition between indoors and outdoors, with incredible views of the pine forests beyond. All therapists in the spa are highly qualified and luxurious natural products are used in the treatments, whether you’re looking for a massage or a make-over it will be completed with care.
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