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Located in the Hamptons, Shou Sugi is an exquisite Japanese-inspired spa that opened in May 2019. Its intimate setting and unique culinary program set it apart from the typical spa experience. There are dozens of bodywork treatments to choose from, as well as yoga classes, sound therapy, intuitive painting, and more. You can also enjoy a private yoga session or a body therapy session. The spa is the ultimate getaway from the stresses of everyday life.

This spa has served the Hudson Valley for 140 years and boasts a 30,000-square-foot eco-friendly space. The spa features a fireplace and stone walls made from 600 tons of recycled quartz. The spa’s location on a mountain offers sweeping views of the Presidential Range. While you’re relaxing, you can play golf nearby or watch the sunset from the spa’s rooftop terrace. It’s the perfect escape for a long day of meetings and parties.

There are several historic spa towns in Bohemia that offer clinical-style treatments. One such spa is the Szechenyi Baths, which boasts over 100 mineral-rich thermal springs. The bath-houses are attached to luxury hotels and include a steam room, salt caves, and saunas. You can book a treatment or simply relax with a glass of wine. You can even order a traditional massage here for just PS19.

Vichy, a two-hour drive from Lyon, is one of these towns. The hotel is home to Europe’s largest medical spa and offers a variety of treatments, including phyto-mud wraps, water aerobics, and skin analysis. There are also salon services, an in-house fitness center, and seasonal on-site dining. In addition to its many spa amenities, this place also offers Wi-Fi. The staff at Vichy is friendly and highly trained.

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