Top 10 luxury spas in Thailand

The unparalleled feel of letting the cares and worries of the world drift away while your body relaxes to a delicious sensation of bliss and buoyancy is simply priceless. There is absolutely nothing quite like a massage in a spa in the whole wide world. Keeping the comfort and luxury in mind, the top most spas in Thailand are cited below, have a look:

 

  • Banyan Tree (Phuket): It’s private, it’s chic, and it’s a celeb’s favorite place of respite. There are luxurious villas built in Thai-style, and the resort flaunts the finest spa treatments in the whole island.
  • Katathani Phuket Beach Resort: With 479 Rooms, Katathani Beach resort is located on the Kata Noi Beach. The Tew Son spa of the resort is there at the south of the resort. Take your pick from the sophisticated spa products or the conventional Thai treatments – that are running since many many years.
  • JW Marriott Resort & Spa (Phuket): The balconies provide spectacular sea views and the guests can opt from a wide range of dining options — all of fine quality. Concealed behind the copper doors and giant ocher walls, the Mandara Spa reminds you of a fine Marrakech palace.
  • Rayavadee (in Krabi): Number of two-story cottages populates this vast coconut grove, with the most enthralling views of the white-sand beaches. With a luxurious spa, this secluded resort is an ideal dream hideaway.
  • Chiva-Som International Health Resort: With swanky and sleek accommodations, improved by special and personalized healthcare, this retreat centre is popular because of the frequent visits of celebrities looking for a thorough detox of body-and-soul.
  • The Six Senses Hideaway (in Ko Samui): The mud-built spa possesses treatment rooms shaped in beehives which appear to be floating in a pond. This retreat centre is renowned for its eco-sensitivity as well as its restorative treatments. Nothing better than a good spa after a great dinner in a nice restaurant in Koh Samui
  • The Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi (in Chiang Mai): Most of the suites are equipped with plunge pools, while the spa is built as an amazing teak Burmese palace. However, deep pockets are required for the mouthwatering cuisine.
  • Anantara Spa and Resort Golden Triangle (in Chiang Saen): The resort’s fine restaurants and spectacular spa are some of the many pleasures of this property. An entire museum is dedicated to opium history and is a bike ride or a short walk away from the resort.
  • Mövenpick Resort: All of the spa treatments are planned and designed distinctly by The Spa, which include unique massages, wraps, facials and exfoliations using purely local and natural herbs along with aromatic spices and oils with effective, healing and comforting powers.
  • Chandara Resort & Spa: Chandara’s spa has around eight treatment rooms along with a health bar and a beauty salon. The therapists and masseuses are trained in Thai and Swedish therapy and massage techniques along with Aromatherapy, using natural ingredients and herbs.
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