When it’s time to relax and rejuvenate on vacation, a visit to the spa does just the trick. But many Inspirato hotel spas don’t just offer run-of-the-mill treatments—guests will be in for a unique stay at one of these six hotels in the Inspirato Collection, offering some unforgettable spa experiences.
Borgo Egnazia—Puglia, Italy
Get whisked back in time to the height of the Roman Empire with a visit to the spa at Borgo Egnazia, tucked into the heart of the historic city of Puglia. The spa, mean to evoke the feel of a traditional Roman bathhouse with hundreds of candles adorning the walls, offers a variety of experiences that are a little atypical, from ancient aromatherapy techniques to musical therapy sessions, meant to teach the “art of laughing.”
Meadowood — Napa Valley, California
One of only 13 properties in the world to receive the coveted Forbes Triple Five-Star Award, the Meadowood also boasts a stunning spa. A “spa therapist” will create a specially curated treatment list for guests based on their wants and needs, and afterward, two separate relaxation gardens—one for men and one for women—feature plenty of space for lounging, steam rooms, saunas, and mineral soaking pools.
NIZUC Resort & Spa— Riviera Maya, Mexico
Nestled along the Yucatan Peninsula just 10 minutes from the Cancun Airport, NIZUC Resort & Spa blends Mayan inspiration with modern amenities. Its spa, the first to use all-natural ESPA products in the Mexican Caribbean, touts its hydrothermal experience as a can’t-miss indulgence. Combining different types of water temperature and pressure, this circuited treatment aims to refresh and make guests feel “reconnected” to their bodies.
La Réserve — Geneva, Switzerland
Take in stunning views of Switzerland’s famed Lake Geneva from La Réserve. Its Nescens spa is known for top-of-the-line, anti-aging treatments, providing an experience that focuses heavily on the health and medicinal side of wellness with a doctor consultation. Other offerings on the 20,000-square-foot property include a traditional hammam, an indoor paul, a sauna, tennis courts, and more.
Amangiri — Canyon Point, Utah
An oasis along the border of Arizona and Utah, Amangiri is known for its emphasis on wellness and promotion of natural beauty. In that same vein, its spa honors traditional Navajo healing rituals incorporating the four elements: earth, wind, fire, and water. Participate in grounding rituals, meditative flotation therapy, and sound baths against a stunning desert backdrop (as well as more traditional treatments, too).
La Cantera Resort & Spa — San Antonio, Texas
La Cantera is just 17 miles outside downtown San Antonio, perched atop one of the city’s highest points overlooking 550 acres of sprawling Texas hill country. The 25,000-square-foot Loma de Vida spa—meaning “hill of life” in Spanish—offers salt-infused pools; private “sky loft” cabanas with grottoes, outdoor showers, and massage tables; and a variety of different two-hour rituals meant to tend to the whole body.