If you’ve ever wished your hour-long deep tissue massage could go on forever, there is a way to continue being pampered for a little longer. You could always take a relaxing and revitalizing spa vacation.

Why go on a spa vacation? If the idea of being treated like royalty isn’t enticing enough, here’s why you should consider it. It’s not only great for enhancing your physical and mental health, but spas can also promote quality sleep, ease physical tension, strengthen your immune system, help you detox, and more.

Since there are resorts located all over the world that exist for the sole purpose of improving your overall well-being, check out SpaFinder; it’s a great resource for anyone looking for a fabulous destination spa or wellness center.

And if you’re not sure where to start, here are some of the best spa destinations according to SpaFinder reviewers:

 1.     Thanyapura Retreat, Thailand

Phuket, Thailand has become a spa haven over the last few years and now features a variety of spas from which to choose. Thanyapura Retreat, in particular, is a mega-spa compound that tailors to a variety of needs. Enjoy athletic activities at the sports center, participate in meditation programs, and end the day with a massage or detox. You can get stress management tips for the workplace, engage in aquatic activities, or try different treatments from the vast spa menu.

 2.     Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit, Mexico

At the crescent-shaped Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit, every room has an ocean view, and guests have full access to the 16,500 square-foot Spa Grand Velas. With 20 treatment rooms, a high-performance gym, spa boutique, and beauty salon, it’ll be difficult to choose how you want to pamper yourself each day. Oh, and add the fact that you’ll have your own personal on-call spa therapist and Spa Butler. So the most difficult decision you’ll have to make is whether or not you want to hang out in the cold plunge lagoon or enjoy a Swedish massage in the comfort of your own suite.

3.     Namale Resort & Spa, Fiji

A trip to Namale Resort & Spa in the South Pacific is totally worth it. Enjoy a Fijian Bobo Massage, which is considered by the locals to be a great way to replenish your energy and spirit, or soak in the waterfall dipping pool overlooking the Koro Sea. And if you decide that you want to leave the grounds for a little while, you can always tour nearby rain forests, waterfalls, and freshwater pools.

4.     Fonteverde Tuscan Resort & Spa, Italy

In the middle of the Tuscan countryside is the award-winning Fonteverde Tuscan Resort & Spa. It’s said that the famous Medici family of Florence used to visit the natural springs in the area, and even built the first spa on the land. Since then, however, the facilities have expanded to include a spring-fed pool, large guest rooms, gourmet cuisine, and a spa menu with over 100 treatments.

5.     Chiva-Som, Thailand

Chiva-Som, which means “Haven of Life,” was once the destination for ancient Thai kings seeking relaxation at the beach. Now an extensive spa, Chiva-Som has earned a worldwide reputation by merging Eastern and Western influences into its techniques. With over 150 treatments to choose from and a staff of 85 estheticians, nutritionists, and personal fitness trainers, your every wellness need will be provided for. Be sure to try the aloe and papaya therapies, which are a local favorite for restoring your physical and mental state of mind.

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Monica Montesa is a writer at Scribewise. An explorer and foodie at heart, she loves traveling to new places and discovering exotic cultures and cuisines. Visit www.scribewise.com.

2 Comments

  1. It’s not a bad thing to pamper ourselves once in a while. Good thing you have here a great list of the best spa travel destinations in the world! Would love to visit them with family and friends. Pretty much sure we’ll enjoy a relaxing vacation there. Have to save more for this, though. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Great list you got here! Vacationing in Thailand this August. Thanyapura Phuket will definitely be in my itinerary. Glad I came across your blog on time. Can’t wait!

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