To ensure you get the most out of your travels we have selected top luxury hotels that come with the best spa facilities so you can sit back, relax and unwind after a day of exploring.
The Leela, Udaipur, India
As if it weren’t enough to simply soak up the lakeside serenity of the Leela Palace, this award-winning hotel in Udaipur boasts a Bollywood-worthy spa to boot. The Aroma Steam Rooms bristle with amethyst crystals and anthracite glass, and visitors can indulge in the vast menu of therapies from the comfort of their own private spa tent, complete with private plunge pool.
Kempinkski Grand Hotel Des Bains, St Moritz, Switzerland
Discovered more than 3000 years ago and lauded by sixteenth-century physician Paracelsus, St Moritz’s spring waters have drawn travellers to the Swiss Alps for centuries.
Today guests on the Majestic Switzerland itinerary can uncover this ancient wellness experience at Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains’ spa, where natural elements from nearby mountains go hand in hand with understated elegance. Wood sourced from the Engadine region features throughout, while granite cut from nearby Bergell Valley radiates heat within a stone sauna. Following a treatment infused with wild herbs and pure glacier water, you can rest in the secluded, tranquil garden.
Tambo Del Inka, Sacred Valley, Peru
Deep in the mystical belly of the Sacred Valley, once the heartland of the Incan Empire, lies a boutique retreat interwoven with local touches. One of several hotels visited on the Treasures of the Incas itinerary, guests can explore traces of the Peruvian Andes even in Tambo del Inka’s spa treatment menu: therapists anoint spa-goers with coca leaf cream and drench limbs with mud from the fabled Mount Misti.