Best Spa Hotels Around the World!

Many places will offer you a good and relaxing time while vacationing but only a few will make you keep wanting to go back every year!

The following Spa Hotels around the world will give you a great escape from all your troubles and problems.

According to, these are the best of the best!

Canyon Ranch Miami Beach, Florida, USA
A favorite among wellness groupies for its elaborate rejuvenation retreats, Canyon Ranch also offers a classic resort experience within the historic Carrilon Hotel. Fronted by a wide stretch of white sand, these lavish Miami Beach accommodations are anchored by a 70,000-square-foot spa offering traditional and innovative services. 
Tierra Patagonia Hotel & Spa,
Torres del Paine, Chile
In these fast-paced modern times, the world seems to grow smaller by the day, and getting away from it all can feel like a nearly impossible dream. But at Tierra Patagonia Hotel & Spa, escape truly does mean escape. Dramatically situated on the edge of Torres del Paine National Park in the Chilean Patagonia, this designer property is home to just 40 guest rooms and the intimate Uma Spa. While this isn't the most lavish spa on our list, it is one of the most dramatic, since many parts of it offer incredible views of the landscape.
The Plaza Hotel, New York, USA
As if this much-loved hotel needed another feather in its cap, when it reopened after its extravagant renovation, it debuted Caudalie Vinothérapie Spa. At this wine therapy spa, the healing powers of grapes mean that you can savor a Merlot Friction Scrub, Red Vine Barrel Bath in a wine cask or a fresh grape manicure. While relaxing, all guests are offered organic herbal tea with red vine leaves and grapes. 
Hotel Guanahani & Spa, St. Barths,
French West Indies
Embracing this luxurious boutique hotel, a white sand beach serves as a soothing backdrop for vibrantly colored cottage accommodations and the sophisticated Guanahani Spa. With its soothing treatment areas, this spa experience is highly personalized and showcases Clarins' treatments, with classic French techniques that hydrate and purify the skin.The relaxing atmosphere continues beyond the spa, with the collection of charming Creole-style guest rooms and suites, all of which face the sea.
Aman at Summer Palace, Beijing, China
The property is comprised of a collection of pavilions, some more than a century old and once used to house palace guests, and the 51 contemporary guest rooms and suites are accented with Ming Dynasty-inspired details. As for the Aman Spa, each of its nine private double treatment suites features a bathtub, spacious shower and steam and massage rooms. Followed by a selection of aromatic baths, massages incorporate classic Chinese techniques and can include the Seasonal Signature, a seasonal herbal poultice based on Imperial traditions. 
Le Couvent des Minimes, Provence, France
Dating back to 1613, this historic hotel and spa enjoys a picturesque location in rural Provence. Though its stone architecture may be rustic, its services are anything but. This former hospice is home to the first L'Occitane hotel spa. Along with a laconium, caldarium and hammam, the spa also offers a chromotherapy indoor pool and a wealth of anti-aging therapies. In addition, the property features a swimming pool, tennis courts, boules courts, the gourmet Le Cloître restaurant and a collection of guest rooms and suites that showcase the building's enchanting rustic details.
St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel,
London, UK

With a heritage that dates back to Victorian times, the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel masterfully blends the past and present. Located below ground in the former Steam Kitchen, this pool is just one of many reasons why we love this sanctuary. In addition, at this spa you can embark on a "journey", a selection of rituals that will immerse you in the healing traditions of Africa, India, Indonesia and the Silk Route. 
Bushmans Kloof, Cederberg Mountains,
 Western Cape, Africa

Located in the foothills of the Cederberg Mountains, just 165 miles from Cape Town, this unique retreat welcomes guests to a private, 7,500-hectare reserve where they can take early morning excursions to ancient rock art sites, enjoy sunset drives in search of rare Cape Mountain Zebra and savor spa treatments. The property's comprehensive wellness center features traditional facilities, as well as natural rock pools and a riverside gazebo, so that guests can take full advantage of the natural setting. 
Millbrook, Queenstown, New Zealand
In a setting once known for its wheat farms, Millbrook is now home to an exclusive vacation resort surrounded by snow-capped mountains and a sprawling golf course. Those in search of unadulterated relaxation will want to head straight from their guest room, suite, villa or cottage to The Spa at Millbrook, where every treatment begins with a tranquility welcome ritual. From toning body polishes to feet first massages, the variety here might feel somewhat overwhelming.
ITC Mughal, Agra, India
 ITC Mughal's Kaya Kalp, the Royal Spa is one of the largest spas in all of Asia. While it might seem that a place so big would be intimidating, this lavish sanctuary has a homey feel that is, if your home is an opulent palace. Regal treatment suites and meandering gardens featuring traditional Mughal landscaping are just a few of the many highlights. For indoor indulgence, there is a private hammam and decadent couple's suite, while outdoor relaxation areas include a yoga garden and butterfly park.