The 15 Best Spas in the Caribbean
Resort spas have become as common as fitness centers listed on amenities, but while it’s easy to make room for a few treatment rooms, there are some spas that offer a true “experience” to go along with massages, facials, and massages. . Or other treatments. Here are our picks for the spas in the Caribbean that truly define the term “destination” resort.
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Casa de Campo, La Romana, Dominican Republic
The spa at Casa de Campo Resort in the Dominican Republic has been redesigned and combines a spa with a health and wellness centre. The 18,000-square-foot enclave includes a hydrothermal circuit with a sauna and steam room, a vitality pool, a cold-water pool, thermal loungers, a Kneipp walkway, and an outdoor pool. The Spa Cafe keeps the good vibes going with healthy breakfast and lunch menus and all-day beverage service with a selection of 10 juices and other refreshments.
The Palms, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos
The spa at the luxurious Provo resort is a gated oasis with treatment rooms that open to fountains and loungers alongside a tranquil courtyard pool for post-treatment bliss. Corral is a North African word meaning “protected enclosure.” It’s also the place for a signature full-body spa treatment designed by a Caribbean herbalist and featuring a soothing foot ritual with ground local queen conch shells and essential oils.
Kimpton Seafire Resort, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
The giant soaking tub may be the most prominent feature of The Spa at Seafire, but we also love the gorgeous mosaic tiles that give the spa a sense of permanence to go along with the wellness. From the decorative light fixtures in the lobby to the waiting rooms hidden behind curtains and patterned wall panels reminiscent of coral reefs, it is truly an oasis by the sea.
Body Holiday, Saint Lucia
The Body Holiday does not have a wellness programme; The entire resort is one. From the food to the activities to the ambience, this St. Lucia retreat is all about enhancing your meditative state, so of course the spa is exceptional. Perched on a hillside and resembling an Indian royal palace, BodyHoliday Wellness Center is home to a Pavitra Ayurvedic temple, fitness centre, spa rooms, dance studio and thalassotherapy pool, as well as a dermatology clinic and a BodyScience clinic. Daily one-hour massages are included in the price of your stay at this unique, luxurious all-inclusive resort.
Como Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos Islands
This private island hideaway for camera-shy celebrities who just want to relax in the Caribbean enhances guests’ sense of calm with a world-class spa. Shambhala Retreat has treatment rooms overlooking the North Caicos Canal and lives up to its name (“peace” in Sanskrit) with Asian-inspired treatments, a meditation hut, an infinity pool and sundeck, a sunny yoga pavilion, and a whirlpool tub set in a flowered garden. garden.
Goldeneye, Oracabesa, Jamaica
Even super spy James Bond wouldn’t enjoy a little rest and relaxation, and the FieldSpa at GoldenEye – the former home of 007 author Ian Fleming – offers both in abundance. Located on the edge of the GoldenEye Lagoon, the spa’s cottage-like massages, salt scrubs, herbal wraps and facials use ingredients made on-site, with services delivered in a private outdoor setting. Featured treatments include a sugar scrub featuring Blackwell Rum.
Sanctuary Cap Cana, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
The thatched-roof treatment rooms surrounding the private pool at the Sanctuary Spa give a village-like atmosphere to the “community” devoted entirely to wellness and relaxation. An immersive ‘ritual’, hydrotherapy journey, salon and snack bar are all part of the experience.
Half Moon, Montego Bay, Jamaica
Tropical gardens, a waterfall, a lagoon pool and a meditation labyrinth combine to create a peaceful retreat at this luxury waterfront resort. All of the treatment rooms at Fern Tree Spa are beautiful, but repeat guests know to book early to get the most out of a massage or other body treatment in one of the overwater spa cabanas.
The Ocean Club, Four Seasons Resort, Paradise Island, Bahamas
This Four Seasons resort is known for its gourmet restaurants and luxurious accommodations overlooking the sea, and the spa is just as sophisticated. Surrounded by a grove of palm trees and ferns, the spa villas are the setting for a wide range of treatments including bathing rituals and the signature Bahamian Rhythm Massage, which combines deep tissue massage with rhythmic breathing techniques.
Sugar Beach, Saint Lucia
The spa at Viceroy Resort, located on one of St. Lucia’s most beautiful beaches, is like a treehouse—if that was your childhood tree fort. It’s set in a tropical rainforest and includes treatment rooms made from natural materials and featuring island-inspired body care using a volcano. Spring water, cocoa and other local ingredients.
Amanera, Playa Grande, Dominican Republic
Aman Resorts’ exclusive beach retreat honors indigenous Taino traditions in a unique array of spa treatment options. Located on a clifftop surrounded by jungle, the spa offers multi-day healing treks informed by Taino spirituality as well as more traditional massages and facials. However, even then, guests are welcome to join guided walks through the gardens filled with herbs used in traditional medicine.
Amanyara, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos
A quartet of treatment suites and a yoga ‘lounge’ are part of Amanyara’s overall wellness experience; Spa treatments use local ingredients such as organic, cold-pressed virgin coconut oil, while globally recognized experts are often on hand to lead wellness programs on therapeutic bodywork, sports fitness, stress management and mindfulness, and other topics.
Four Seasons Nevis
Facing one of the best beaches in the Caribbean and backed by the heights of Nevis Peak, the Four Seasons Resort features a spa offering tailored services for adults and children alike, from massages and facials using local herbs to wellness-enhancing yoga classes. A special evening spa experience for couples includes a bottle of wine, a signature Nevisi massage, and dinner for two under the stars.
Cheval Blanc, St. Barts
French barefoot elegance defines the St. Barths, spa services are a staple of the resort The art of receiving expertise. Treatments are delivered in the breezy spa suites by ‘alchemists’ using exclusive Guerlain beauty products and rituals, as well as four-hand massages, aesthetic facial sculpting and hot stone massages using local volcanic rocks.
Sandy Lane, Barbados
The popular, upscale and exclusive Sandy Lane Resort in Barbados includes a 47,000-square-foot spa – truly “a world unto itself,” as the resort describes it. The spa is a monument to decadent relaxation, mixing elegant décor with rock caves hewn from the local landscape, where therapists provide services. A long list of unique amenities includes an amethyst and Thai massage room, a crystal cryo chamber, a Rhassoul pink mud experience, and cryotherapy treatments.