Best Mexican Spas
By Alyssia Pacheco | Published on November 12, 2016
Best Mexican Spas

Mexico is home to many of the world’s most beautiful and luxurious resorts. From their sparkling waters, to their salty breezes, Mexico is a country filled with interesting culture, fine cuisine and remarkable sites. So if you are in need of some rest and relaxation or if you simply want a getaway to unwind, these are five of the highest rated and most popular Mexican spas that you need to experience.

1. Sense, A Rosewood Spa of Rosewood San Miguel de Allende
Sense, A Rosewood Spa, is one of the most extensive and serene spas in all of Mexico. Located in the hotel, La Casona, this beautiful getaway offers not only simple facials and massages, but “journeys.” You can choose to take a one-hour walking tour of San Miguel, Mexico or choose to spend a few hours soaking in natural pools before enjoying a delectable lunch and continuing on to the actual spa. These are only two of the many signature service Journey Packages provided by Sense. Sense’s combinations of modern therapeutic techniques and ancient Mexican traditional healing methods provide an experience that connects the mind, body and spirit.

2. Remede Spa at the St. Regis Punta Mita Resort
Looking for a spa that is a little bit more private and individualized? Then the Remede Spa is perfect for you. This intimate and personal area of the St. Regis Punta Mita Resort is dedicated to making each client’s experience custom to their desires. Spend time in your choice of one of their ten private treatment rooms for maximum comfort. Whether you want to take a dip in the pool, destress in the steam room, or even lounge in the cabanas amongst the gardens, you will certainly be living in luxury.

3. Zentropia Palladium Spa and Wellness
Located in the Grand Palladium Vallarta Resort and Spa, Zentropia is known for its large variety of tranquil services. Guests of the spa fall in love with the vapor baths, sauna and jacuzzi that help to melt stresses right away. This Mexican hotspot also features not only a gym and aerobics area, but it is also home to a palatial beauty salon. Unwind with their aromatherapy treatments using natural herbs, essential oils and all things soothing.

4. La Tranquila Breath Taking Resort and Spa Punta de Mita
An idyllic sanctuary located in the Riviera Nayarit, La Tranquila Breath Taking Resort and Spa is an escape unlike any other. When visiting, you can choose to have a luxurious spa day within a private suite, or choose to have your spa treatments right on the beach. Relax by listening to the waves and feeling the warmth of the sun. Extremely popular at the resort are the couples massages, river stone therapeutic massages as well as banana and chocolate body wraps.

5. Valentin Imperial Maya
Nestled on the Playa Del Secreto, or, “secret beach,” is the Valentin Imperial Maya Resort. Perfect for finding total relaxation, visit the Valentin Imperial Maya spa to rediscover yourself, and rejuvenate your mind and body. Through exotic techniques and elements, the Valentin pampers its clients through their popular rituals. Rituals include their tropical body scrubs, mud wraps, hydration facials and numerous other delightful remedies along the stunning Caribbean Sea. This specific resort is for adults 18-and-older only, and provides 24-hour-unlimited-beverage service.

Best Mexican Spas© Gary J. Wood

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Cover photo © Kirt Edblom

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Alyssia Pacheco

By: Alyssia Pacheco | Published on November 12, 2016

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