A place where rainbows and sunshine drift past all day over Killarney’s largest lake and the McGillycuddy Reeks Mountain beyond, The Europe is like coming home to the mothership of all spas. Really, if there was such a thing, this is what it would look like. In addition to the ultra modern hotel, the spa itself was purpose built by ESPA with a location perfectly chosen for optimum relaxation.
From the moment you arrive at the K Club it is evident that this is a place of five star luxury. With original features still evident throughout the rooms, suites and public areas, it combines a sense of history with modern facilities and service. The K Spa at the K Club offers guests five star decadence and some of the most modern treatments and facilities available in Europe.
Having won a Conde Nast Traveller UK Reader’s award, you know that going to the Banyan Tree Spa at this hotel is going to be a treat… they’re discerning people those CNT readers! The hotel has welcomed guests since the 1930s and is the height of glamour and sophistication. Drinks by the pool, herbs and spices in the spa… you’re in for a treat here!
A luxurious eco friendly hotel, IDW Esperanza Resort and Spa offering health, wellbeing and impeccable style within minutes of Vilnius centre, Lithuania’s capital. The nature of the beautiful location in a private corner of the thick green forest of Aukštadvaris National Park at IDW Esperanza Resort and Spa is that sports as varied as tennis, basketball, bowling, ice fishing and snowmobiling are all available at different times of the year, but at its heart, it is a wellbeing resort.
Looking out over lush gardens, a golden beach and perfect blue waters, Almar Jesolo Resort and Spa is a five star resort in Venice with private terraces, loft suites and a dedication to luxurious wellbeing offering Chinese Medicine, three different types of sauna, three different types of steam baths and a seafront hot tub amongst its facilities. It’s utterly romantic and multi award-winning.
On a private beach, Grand Hotel Portoroz subscribes to the LifeClass ethos, which means everything can be geared towards health and wellbeing. Renovated rooms combine elegance, the tradition of salt panning and the history of Piran on the Adriatic Sea.
A world away from the buzzing metropolis above, and named “Best City Spa” by Natural Health Magazine, the subterranean location of the spa at St Pancras Renaissance is key to its appeal as appropriately, it transports you to another world – one with mood lighting, aromatic smells and a Moroccan ambience.
Set within 375 acres of beautiful countryside, on the banks of the River Tees, Rockliffe Hall has quite a history, acting as a hospital and the backdrop for parts of Michael Caine’s 1971 film Get Carter. Meanwhile, blending spectacular indoor and outdoor environments, the spa at Rockliffe Hall is a really exceptional experience featuring contemporary, flawless design. It has all the facilities you could ask for, and all done in remarkable style.
In one 123 acres of private grounds with a Tudor mansion in the midst of it all, Pennyhill Park Hotel and Spa is one of the most luxurious and highly regarded spas in the UK. Unsurprisingly, the spa has been voted ‘England’s Leading Spa Resort’ and with good reason – as if it wasn’t remarkable already, a £1.2 million refurbishment in 2015 cemented its position amongst the greats.
In a historic building in the centre of London, The Ned is an ultra stylish hotel and an architectural masterpiece was formerly the City’s disused Midland Bank building. The masterpiece of Nick Jones, the founder of the Soho House group, it’s all done with a nod to 1920s glamour while the city slick spa and grooming offerings are all about feeling stylish.