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Travel the World, One Spa At a Time

Posted on February 26, 2014 by Admin

Believe it or not, there are spas all across the world - and sometimes in the most unlikely places. Some are well known whilst some are hidden away; no matter what they're all important.

So just in case you're on your exotic holiday and think, "I'd love a spa day", here's our list of the best ten spas, all across the globe.

Bad Ragaz, Switzerland:

With mountain peaks visible from every room and its own supply of thermal water, this hotel focuses on physical recovery, and is the winner of the 'Best Medi Spa' award. This spa combines traditional techniques with modern facilities and hosts a team of medical professionals who specialize in physical recovery. To top it all off, each stunning spa suite boasts its own sauna and steam room. With various stories of success, this spa has a fantastic reputation.

Bulgaria Hotel & Residences, England:

A little closer to home for us at Great Little Breaks, the Bulgaria Hotel has two floors of treatments rooms, a private suite, a nail salon, an indoor swimming pool, a gym and much more. With beautiful decor and state of the art facilities, it's no wonder this is world class.

Six Senses Destination Spa, Thailand:

Laid out in a 'village design', this spa gives its visitors a purely relaxing experience away from the modern world. Treatments offer a range of techniques from around the globe, and various experts building up this spas uniqueness.

Yhi Wellness Spa, Italy:

This outstanding spa in Rome is walking distance Vatican City and the Piazza Navona. The wellness centre aims to give visitors total well-being of body, mind, and spirit. This spa offers a range of treatments with best choice techniques performed by well-trained professionals, specialising in health, beauty, relaxation, rejuvenation and vitality.

La Reserve, Geneva:

Specialising in anti-aging, this beautiful spa sits on the shores of Lake Geneva, and aims to re-tuning the body. This stunning spa boasts several treatment rooms as well as an indoor swimming pool and highly trained therapists. Every day here is planned around your every need.

ESPA Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore:

Nestled on the beautiful island of Sentosa, within 107,000 square feet of landscaped gardens with interlocking pools, this is the country's largest spa. The spa has an elegant design, with features including various pools treatment rooms.

Como Shambhala, Bali:

This beautiful spa is an ideal spot to rest and rejuvenate. On-site experts include a yoga instructor, Ayurvedic doctor and nutritionist, with a range of massages and beauty treatments are on offer. This tropical location makes for unique retreat.

Carlisle Bay, Antigua:

The Blue Spa at Carlisle Bay is credited as a great location for family retreats, and offers a range of facilities including a wet room, sauna, and various treatment rooms. Treatments include facials, massages, and scrubs performed by well trained therapists. Guests can also enjoy use of the gym, hair salon, and beauty salon.

Six Senses Destination Spa, Switzerland:

Set in one of Switzerland's world-class ski resorts, this stunning spa boasts twelve treatment rooms, an indoor-outdoors swimming pool, two whirlpools, a sauna, steam room, and hot-cold plunge pools.

Rem'de Spa, Florida:

This large Spa has a neutral yet modern look, with marble floors and walls and comfy couches in the relaxation lounge. Indulge in scientific skin-care-focused Rem'de facials, limb-loosening massages, and microdermabrasion foot massages which will leave you looking poreless and refreshed.

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