When New Yorkers need to decompress, they have an abundance of options. From serene mineral baths to amethyst crystal rooms, the state contains a world-class variety of spas and wellness centers. Here are 10 of the finest in New York.
This breathtaking New Paltz nature resort has an award-winning spa that offers over 80 unique pampering treatments as well as services like yoga and meditation.
Taking the European thermal bath concept to Tribeca, Aire Ancient Baths lets you immerse your body in different temperatures and scents, with add-ons like salt massages and a red-wine bath.
Pamper your body, mind, and soul while enjoying the most pristine ocean views in Montauk. The spa offers everything from aromatherapy and seaweed wraps to facials and manicures and pedicures.
One of the most luxurious spa experiences in New York, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental has several tranquil treatment areas, including an amethyst crystal steam room, that overlook jaw-dropping city views.
Decadent spa experiences like couples’ massages utilize essential oils and natural ingredients like lavender to soothe and restore balance at Geneva’s Belhurst Castle.
Forty-two treatment rooms at Roosevelt Baths & Spa provide a relaxing backdrop for its nature-inspired, world-class mineral baths, massages, facials, and more.
This lavish, spacious wellness retreat contains 18 treatment rooms with stone fireplaces, radiant flooring, herbal-infused saunas, and spa pools.
Conde Nast deemed Mirror Lake Inn Resort & Spa “the most beautiful lakeside hotel in the world.” Its diverse spa services include the Adirondack maple sugar body scrub and the Outdoorsman manicure.
This stylish New York City spa is open late each night and popular for its peaceful ambiance. The spa has a three-story waterfall and a river rock sauna, and offers everything from detox treatments to Reiki healing.
Tucked away in the wilderness of the Catskills, this wellness retreat center offers an idyllic blend of outdoor and indoor serenity. The spa’s seven treatment rooms host treatments like massages, facials, soaks, and alternative therapies.