Reasons to Love Spas
Wondering whether or not it's worth it to spend the money to set a spa appointment during your next stay at that spa resort? I say yes. Here are ten compelling reasons to love spas.
Elegant Colorado Springs spa resort was originally built in in 1912.
Cheeca Lodge and Spa
The 5,000 square foot spa offers massages, facials and exercise equipment. In the spa, Francine gave me just about the best facial I've ever had, complete with paraffin treatments for my hands and feet.
Family-run luxury resort in Sea Island, Georgia is considered one of the best in the world.
Fairmont Banff Springs
Nineteenth century railway hotel in Canada's beautiful Banf National Park.
Four Seasons Resort Aviara
Luxury golf and spa resort just north of San Diego, next to a wildlife sanctuary.
Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North
Luxury spa resort next to a championship golf course has multi-level swimming pools.
This West Virginia spa resort was rated #1 by the readers of Conde Nast (2003).
Hyatt Regency Bonaventure
The 48,000 square foot Red Door Lifestyle Spa was such a relaxing retreat, I could have easily spent a whole weekend there.
La Costa Resort and Spa
It would be easy to spend the day (maybe a few) at this spa, which is truly a destination.
Mandarin Oriental Miami
No details are overlooked here, from the leather covering the staircase railings to the delicate incense burning in the lobby. The spa is an experience not to be missed.
Red Rock Casino Resort
The relaxing and deep red Spa at Red Rock Las Vegas is not to be missed; it includes a secluded pool and encompasses 25,000 square feet.
Wyndham Peaks Resort and Golden Door Spa
Telluride, Colorado in the Rocky Mountains is the setting for this spa resort.
Mandarin Oriental New York
The 14,500-square-foot spa has sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline, plus half-day and full-day packages.