Crystal Lagoon at the Conrad Orlando

The spa and wellness industry has seen a surge in popularity over the past few years, partly fueled by a collective need for rejuvenation and self-care. As travelers seek destinations that offer more than just scenic beauty or cultural enrichment, the travel industry is rising to the occasion with lavish spa and wellness hotels. From serene mountain retreats to luxurious oceanfront resorts, 2024 promises some spectacular new spa and wellness hotels. Here are some of the most anticipated openings to watch out for.

Six Senses Svart, Norway

Six Senses Svart

Photo credit: @sixsensessvart on Instagram

This trailblazing hotel will be one of the world’s first energy-positive hotels. Set to be a shining example, this luxury hotel will have a net-zero environmental impact, without sacrificing modern comforts. Six Senses Svart will be a sustainable, off-grid property, using solar energy, independent from the power grid. The concept of wellness will be integrated into the entire experience, from the Alchemy Bar offering regional healing techniques using local flora, to zero-waste dining. The Six Senses Spa will use both traditional Nordic treatments and pioneering therapies, from vitamin IVs and compression boots to sensory treatment suites. With a focus on outdoor activities like hiking, ice-climbing, yoga in the midnight sun and seeking the Aurora Borealis in winter, Six Senses Svart will become the ultimate wellness retreat. 

You may also enjoy: Reconnect with the great outdoors at these luxurious back-to-nature retreats

Travel inspiration: Timeless Scandinavia

Conrad Orlando, United States

Conrad Orlando

Photo credit: Conrad Orlando

Situated in Orlando, this new Conrad property will offer a spa and wellness experience that sets it apart from the typical theme park accommodations in the area. With sprawling grounds that include golf courses and natural lakes, Conrad Orlando is set to feature a wide array of outdoor activities paired with rejuvenating spa treatments for a well-rounded wellness vacation.

You may also enjoy: The 2024 Luxury Openings We’re Already Getting Excited About

Six Senses London, United Kingdom

Six Senses London

Photo credit: @thewhiteleylondon on Instagram

Six Senses is transforming an art deco building, The Whiteley London, into a luxurious wellness sanctuary right in the heart of London. Plans for the property include 14 exclusive residences and a new members’ club centered around wellness. There will be cutting-edge spa, relaxation room with vaulted ceilings, and a 65-foot (20-meter) indoor swimming pool that promises to be more of a sanctuary than just a place to swim. There members’ club will also feature a bar and lounge, coworking spaces, restaurant and wellness and treatment rooms.

You may also enjoy: Dive Into Luxury at These Incredible Hotel Pools

Travel inspiration: British Royale

ME Lisbon, Portugal

ME by Meliá Lisbon

Photo credit: ME by Meliá Hotels

The new ME Lisbon hotel will be the latest addition in the Meliá portfolio, bringing a luxurious stay to the vibrant capital of Portugal. The hotel will offer a fully-equipped spa and holistic relaxation experience, with an indoor pool, Turkish bath, sauna and massage cabins. After your treatment, head to the rooftop bar for a cocktail and spectacular views of this gorgeous city.

Travel inspiration: Spain & Portugal in Style

Six Senses Kyoto, Japan

Six Senses Kyoto

Photo credit: Six Senses Kyoto

Located near the vibrant Gion District, the property will mark Six Senses first hotel in Japan. Building on the Japanese traditions of harmony, respect, and tranquillity, Six Senses Kyoto is expected to offer a blend of modern luxury and ancient practices. Experience traditional tea ceremonies and meditation in the Zen garden. Create your own scrubs in the Alchemy Bar, unwind in the spa lounge, and relax the earthy organic tones and Japanese decor.

You may also enjoy: A Haven of Tranquillity: Discovering the Best Luxury Spas in Japan

Travel inspiration: Majestic Japan

Raffles Sentosa Resort and Spa, Singapore

Raffles Sentosa Resort and Spa Singapore

Photo credit: Plateau International

Raffles plans to make a grand splash in the wellness hotel space with its new Sentosa Resort and Spa. Located on Singapore’s Sentosa Island, the property will feature villas with private pools and a fitness center. There will also be a world-class spa that pays homage to Asian traditions while incorporating the latest in wellness innovation.

You may also enjoy: Step Inside the Most Unique Luxury Retreats in India

Zoëtry Halkidiki, Greece

Halkidiki Greece

Photo credit: @visithalkidiki on Instagram

Nestled on the dazzling shores of Halkidiki, one of Greece’s most serene locations, Zoëtry Halkidiki will be the second all-inclusive boutique resort in the Zoëtry Wellness & Spa Resorts portfolio. The swim-out suites will have cliffside views of Mount Olympus and the Aegean Sea. With a world-class spa and beachfront pool, this will become the go-to hotel in Greece for tranquility and luxury. 

You may also enjoy: Expert selected: the 4 best hotel spas you can visit with Luxury Gold

Rosewood Hoi An, Vietnam

Hoi An Vietnam

Photo credit: @hoiantown on Instagram

Set on the golden beachfront near Hoi An’s gorgeous center, Rosewood Hoi An is set to be a wellness oasis. The Asaya spa will offer integrative spa therapies drawing from Vietnam’s rich heritage of traditional wellness practices. There will also be a yoga pavilion, indoor and outdoor hydrotherapy pools, fitness facilities, and meditation and Tai Chi sessions.

Travel inspiration: Inspiring Indochina