The hotel’s “Life in Balance” spa offers dozens of services beyond your typical facial, including Abhyanga massages, Reiki, and Thai breath and body therapy.
The spa has multiple relaxation rooms, including this “women’s lounge” with a fireplace and mountain views.
There’s also a wide array of wellness-focused outdoor activities, including equestrian painting sessions, beekeeping, and rope courses.
No wellness retreat would be complete without yoga. At Miraval Berkshires, guests can take a fitness class or meditation session complete with aerial silks.
2. San Diego Mission Bay Resort: the waterfront hotel’s nightly rates range from $250 to $1,300 for the largest suite.
The resort’s Spa Brezza offers various meditations, Reiki, sound bowl meditation, and chakra balancing.
3. Kona Kai Resort & Spa: also located in San Diego, this resort has a private beach where guests can go paddle boarding. Rooms start around $150 a night.
The resort takes dog-friendly to a whole new level. Through SpaTerre’s “Noble Paws” program, your pup can receive a massage and stretching session from a certified therapist.
For human guests, the spa has a couple’s suite with a soak tub for two and a couple’s shower.
4. L’Auberge Del Mar: the luxury resort located in Del Mar, California is home to a full-service spa “focused on the healing powers of the ocean.”
The spa offers full-body exfoliations using marine salt crystals, red algae, a warm marine mud mask, and lemongrass scrubs. Prices range from $210 for a 50-minute treatment to $450 for two and a half hours.
The hotel’s Spa Estancia features a full menu of “aromafusion journeys,” body and skincare treatments, and a meditation garden.
Here, the treatment begins with a full body exfoliation with water “gently cascading” from the room’s shower heads above.