Leading the Way to Serenity

City Spas

These spas, set in Leading Hotels in thriving metropolises, allow guests to pop in for quick treatments or check-in for days at a time, all the while staying in one of the world's hubs.
SINK…
into a signature chocolate massage at this central Viennese hotel, as famous for its indulgent Sacher Torte as for its location opposite the State Opera House.
ESCAPE…
the dry desert by booking time in the ultra-moisturizing hammam of this chic property that manages to combine tradition with modern amenities.
INDULGE IN…
a specialized "Beer and Barley" cure or a Honey & Barley Facial at this classic Mayfair hotel, then stop into a nearby quintessential English pub.
SPEND…
the morning exploring the Prado, then retire to this nearby grand dame for a massage, letting the beauty of the priceless artworks sink in.
BOOK…
a few days at this Giudecca Island retreat, and enjoy the famously peaceful spa during the day, then explore Venice (sans tourists) in the evening.
RECEIVE…
Asian-infused treatments at the Banyan Tree spa—Brazil's first—at this sleek and sexy São Paolo hotel.
REMOVE…
yourself from the hustle and bustle of the Turkish capital and spend an hour in an Ashtanga yoga class at this Bosphorus-adjacent hotel.
EASE…
away tensions in the Nordic spa of this hotel on the water, and receive a deep-tissue Swedish massage overlooking Stockholm's Royal Palace.
CLIMB…
Mountain then reward yourself at this Cape Town luxury retreat with a signature Sukha treatment, including a nourishing scrub, wrap and facial.
BE INSPIRED…
by the calming vistas of Lake Geneva and submerge yourself in La Prairie products at this peaceful Swiss hideaway.
Some destinations embody relaxation to the degree that entire properties become extensions of their spas, and the spas themselves blend seamlessly into the peaceful surroundings. Cases in point: these Leading Hotels.

Leading Spa Leading Golf The Datai Langkawi

Langkawi, Malaysia

Pulau Langkawi, in the Andaman Sea off the northwestern tip of Malaysia, is one of just four inhabited islands in an archipelago of 100. Its remoteness makes it a nature lover's dream destination, with lush rainforests and pristine beaches. The Datai Langkawi celebrates this spectacular setting. The Asian-minimalist design blends beautifully into the landscapes, and the sleek guest rooms are equally sophisticated, with tropical wood floors, shantung-silk wall panels and sprawling marble baths. Families and couples on a romantic getaway happily co-exist here, while golfers can play the challenging, award-winning course, which has a unique 19 holes. Active types can partake in sailing, sea kayaking and snorkeling.

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Leading Golf Laucala Island Resort

Laucala Island, Fiji

Set upon 3,500 exclusive acres Laucala private island resort is set amidst coconut plantations, sandy beaches, rich green mountains and breathtaking natural beauty. True luxury is appreciated in the privacy of the resort’s villas widely spread on the northern tip of the island. Seamless transition from indoor to outdoor living creates an inspiringly relaxed yet luxurious atmosphere. Laucala shows its most ethereal side in an iridescent kaleidoscope of sporting and cultural activities. Diving in a unique underwater world, rain forest tours, horseback riding, surfing, golfing on the 18-hole championship course, or meeting native artists. Whether you choose to dine in your villa or to visit one of Laucala’s five restaurants and bars, you enjoy dishes based on the freshest produce.

The resort prides itself on an integral philosophy, incorporating elements of the entire island into each guest’s experience, and offering products and ingredients raised and grown on the island.

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Leading Spa Maradiva Villas Resort and Spa

Flic-en-Flac, Mauritius

Nestled on the western shores of Mauritius, on a 750 square-meter splendid pristine beach, Maradiva is a romantic hideaway that sits on twenty-seven acres. Overlooking the expansive blues of filao-fringed Tamarin Bay, an area known for its brilliantly hued sunsets, the resort consists of 65 luxurious and spacious thatched-roof villas (163-345 square meters), each with its own private patio, infinity plunge pool and butler service. Most guests, couples or families, who come for the serene ambience, hole up in these plush abodes, though active types can partake in a variety of activities, like kayaking, windsurfing and water skiing. The natural setting figures prominently at the two excellent restaurants, which draw on an organic garden for herbs and spices, and showcase seafood delivered daily by local fishermen.

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German spas take the concept of true wellness and turn it into wholeness. As a country that has always placed an importance on well being, Germany boasts spas that cater to the body's interior as well as exterior, ensuring effects that will last well past checkout. These Leading Hotels stand out for treatments far more specialized than just relaxing massages (although those are available, too).

Rocco Forte Villa Kennedy

Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Particularly in cities known for their business edge and fast pace like Germany's Frankfurt, finding a luxury hotel that gets design, service and the overall vibe just right is a joy. Villa Kennedy is such a place. A stone’s throw from the river Main, as well as from the city's best bars, restaurants and cultural sites, the property occupies restored Villa Speyer, the former home of the Beit von Speyer family, which dates back to 1904. The exterior may be all Neo-Gothic opulence but interiors are hip, breezy and comfortable. The elegant colonnade restaurant, Gusto, is a local hotspot and serves an Italian menu and special late breakfast on weekends. During the summer months it opens directly onto the tree-lined inner courtyard—an oasis within a metropolis.

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Althoff Seehotel Überfahrt

Rottach-Egern, Germany

Timeless hospitality and culinary variety take center-stage at this hotel on Lake Tegernsee, one of Germany’s most beautiful resort destinations for both summer and winter. Bavarian tradition still plays a decisive role in the Tegernsee Valley and the beautiful traditional clothing is loved and used for all occasions. There is a private beach, key for summer seasons when crowds flock to the public shores from nearby Munich. The resort’s spa is one of the largest in the region, and it offers relaxing, pampering massages or other treatments using a range of products such as Clarins, La Prairie, O.P.I. and St. Barth. An equally indulgent experience can be found at the hotel’s three-Michelin-starred restaurant.

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