If you want to unwind after a tough day of skiing or if you have poor weather in resort, where better to look than some of Europe’s most luxurious spas! Find a selection of spas that offer everything from classic treatments such as facials and massages, to more specialist offerings such as hydrotherapy and treatments with locally-sourced herbs and oils.
Six Senses, Gstaad – Switzerland
The Six Senses Spa in Gstaad has a wide range of treatments and facilities on offer aiming to promote holistic wellness and relaxation. Some of the treatments available include massages, facials, body scrubs, and wraps. The spa also has a sauna, steam room, ice fountain, and indoor and outdoor swimming pools. In addition to the traditional spa treatments, there are also wellness programs and workshops that include activities such as yoga, meditation and personal training.
Chedi Spa, Andermatt – Switzerland
The Chedi Spa in Andermatt boasts over 2,400 square meters of space dedicated to wellness. The spa has ten deluxe treatment rooms, a hydrotherapy pool, a Finnish sauna, a steam bath and an outdoor pool with mountain views. Guests can choose from a variety of treatments, including massages, facials and body wraps. The spa also offers yoga and pilates classes, as well as a fully equipped gym.
Cheval Blanc, Courchevel – France
Cheval Blanc is a luxury spa and hotel which is owned by the LVMH group and located just above the centre of Courchevel 1850. The spa has a range of treatments on offer including massages, facials, body treatments and hydrotherapy. It also has a swimming pool, sauna, steam room, and indoor and outdoor jacuzzis. The spa is open to the public as well as guests at certain times of the day so make sure to ring ahead for options to make the most of their facilities.
Grand Hotel Kronenhof Spa, Pontresina – Switzerland
The Grand Hotel Kronenhof Spa boasts spectacular 360° views of the mountains and offers a range of treatments including massages, facials and body wraps, as well as a sauna, steam room, and indoor pool. The spa’s signature treatment is their ‘Alpine Herbs Vitality Massage’, which uses locally-sourced herbs and oils that aim to help rejuvenate the body. Perfect after a physically challenging day on the slopes!
Alpina Spa, Alpe di Siusi, Dolomites – Italy
The Alpina Spa has a huge range of facilities including an indoor pool, a Finnish sauna, a bio sauna, an outdoor whirlpool, a steam bath, a relaxation area and a fitness room. Treatments include massages, facials, body wraps and beauty services. The treatments on offer all use natural products from the local region, such as Alpine herbs and minerals.
Les Fermes de Marie, Megeve – France
Les Fermes de Marie Spa has a large indoor pool, sauna, steam room, and jacuzzi and offers a wide range of treatments including massages, facials and body scrubs. The spa’s signature treatment is the “Mont Blanc massage,” which uses local pine oil to help relieve muscle tension and promote relaxation. The perfect place to rest and unwind, during or after the skiing day!
Aqua Dome Spa, Tyrol – Austria
The Aqua Dome Spa is located in Längenfeld, only 15 km away from the Sölden ski area (where the hotel offers a shuttle service every 10 minutes). The Aqua Dome spa is built around a natural hot spring, which makes up the spa’s pools and baths with mineral-rich water that is believed to have therapeutic properties. There are a variety of pools and baths to choose from, including indoor and outdoor pools, thermal pools and relaxation pools. In addition to the pools, the Aqua Dome spa also offers a range of wellness facilities including saunas, steam baths, massage and beauty treatments and fitness classes. There are even designated areas for relaxation and meditation.
Forsthofgut Hotel & Spa, Leogang – Austria
The Forsthofgut Hotel & Spa is surrounded by beautiful natural scenery, including forests, mountains and lakes in Leogang, which is a small town boasting excellent skiing in the Austrian Alps. The spa offers a range of relaxing treatments, an indoor and outdoor pool, a fitness center and a yoga and meditation room.
Spa by Clarins- Le Blizzard, Val D’Isere – France
The Spa by Clarins at Le Blizzard Hotel has a wide range of treatments on offer and facilities to help guests relax and unwind after a day on the slopes. Some of the treatments available include massages, facials, body treatments and beauty treatments. The spa boasts an outside swimming pool with a view of the famous Bellevarde slope, it also has a steam room, sauna, indoor swimming pool and a fitness centre.
Walliser Alpentherme, Leukerbad – Switzerland
The Walliser Alpentherme has a range of different thermal pools, saunas and steam rooms, as well as a fitness center and a variety of spa treatments. The pools vary in temperature from 4 to 28°C and offer beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. In addition to thermal baths, the Walliser Alpentherme also has a range of spa treatments, including massages, facials and body wraps.
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