When it comes to spa hotels in Seattle, the spa at Loews Hotel 1000 Seattle offers a combination of treatments (e.g., Sea of Life detox scrub) and massages (e.g., Couples’ Massage and Deep Tissue Massage) that are sure to rejuvenate any guest. In addition, guests can also enjoy one of the specially designed spa baths in the privacy of their own tub, courtesy of the hotel’s Bath Butler.
The environmentally conscious Spa Elaia at the Hyatt at Olive 8 is one reason why this hotel in Seattle is highly recommended. Here, guests can try massage cupping or an "Elaia Signature" massage for total relaxation to start, followed by a pacific seaweed nourishing wrap or olive therapy to detoxify, before you conclude with a facial or manicure/pedicure. Other beauty enhancements, such as a warm oil scalp massage, are also available.
The Spa at the Four Seasons is a luxurious spa retreat for guests to experience at the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle. The 6,000-sq-ft spa has eight treatment rooms offering hand and foot treatments (e.g., Detox Pedicure), body treatments (e.g., Detoxifying Mud Wrap), massages (e.g., Deep Forest Bliss) and the "Gentleman’s Manicure or Pedicure." And if you’re in-between treatments, you can enjoy the hospitality at the Relaxation Lounge.
Penelope and The Beauty Bar at the premier Fairmont Hotel Seattle offers a variety of invigorating massages, including the Swedish massage and Reiki massage, a contours treatment called the Skinny Minnie, and an Ion Magnum body treatment, in addition to hydrating and detox wraps. This spa hotel in Barcelona also provides deluxe treatments for men.