New York City is one of the world’s most popular travel destinations. So why not combine the city lights with a stay at a relaxing spa hotel? There’s nothing better than returning to your hotel to be pampered in the spa after a day of pounding the pavement.
Whether you’re sightseeing, shopping, or attending a celebration, be sure to make time in your schedule for a little R&R with these spas in New York City hotels.
6 BEST SPAS IN NEW YORK CITY HOTELS
A spa hotel in NYC right next to the Brooklyn Bridge
1 Brooklyn Bridge
Bamford Haybarn Spa
The 1 Hotel group has a reputation for creating urban luxury and their latest New York addition does not disappoint. Located in trendy Brooklyn, a stone’s throw from the iconic bridge, 1 Brooklyn Bridge offers spacious and eco-friendly rooms, a modern restaurant and a fantastic rooftop bar. With unsurpassed views of the Manhattan skyline, Brooklyn Bridge, and Statue of Liberty, the hotel’s selling point is definitely its location.
The hotel’s recently opened Bamford Haybarn Spa is a 5,000-square-foot oasis. A wide range of treatments are available, from massages to facials, using the brand’s own in-house line of skin care. Lady Carole Bamford, famed for her “global wellness” approach has created a true urban retreat in collaboration with 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.
Getting to the city couldn’t be easier! The hotel is located within walking distance are multiple subway stations conveniently connecting you to the rest of the city, there’s also the East River, where you can catch an NYC Ferry to Manhattan.View Hotel
A trendy spa hotel in NYC’s historic meatpacking district
Promoting itself as the “first luxury, full-service resort in Manhattan’s vibrant and historic Meatpacking District,” Gansevoort Meatpacking certainly lives up to expectations. Located amongst a smattering of the trendy neighborhood’s cafes, restaurants, and designer boutiques, the hotel is also just a short distance from High Line Park.
Head to Plunge, the hotel’s rooftop bar for cocktails and panoramic views. Enjoy dinner at The Chester where they serve high-end American specialties and mouth-watering meat dishes. And during the warmer months, you can dine al fresco on the famous cobbled street on which the hotel lies.
To add to the luxury on offer at the Gansevoort is the hotel’s Exhale Spa. This fully functioning spa and fitness center offers everything from classes to waxing. Rejuvenate with a massage, beat the jet lag with a workout or treat yourself to a facial in this swanky New York hotel.View Hotel
A spa hotel on NYC’s Lower East Side
Sixty Lower East Side Hotel
Manhattan’s Lower East Side is fast becoming the go-to area for cool, boutique hotels. Sixty Lower East Side Hotel is right in the center of this quirky neighborhood, plus it has a myriad of amenities including a rooftop pool, a sushi restaurant and a great spa.
The hotel is surrounded by some cool museums, such as The Tenement and The New Museum and is only a short walk from Eric’s favorite area: East Village. Head to St. Marks Place for alternative shops and a lively music scene.
Whilst not the best-looking building from the outside (the sixties have a lot to answer for when it comes to architecture) don’t judge a book by its cover. On the inside, the hotel does not fail to impress, with just the right combination of luxury and cool to suit the grit and modernity of the area.View Hotel
A spa hotel in NYC’s TriBeCa neighborhood
The Greenwich Hotel
The Triangle Below Canal Street, otherwise known as TriBeCa, is a trendy New York neighborhood with an industrial history, reflected in its former warehouse buildings and artistic vibe. These days this hipster haven is full of galleries, alternative shops, and a thriving restaurant and bar scene.
A TriBeCa gem, The Greenwich Hotel is a taste of old-school class in a modern metropolis. The individually decorated guest rooms are well appointed with hardwood floors and antique-style beds, armoires, and beautifully tiled bathrooms, all giving your stay an old-world ambiance. The lobby bar and sitting room are cozy yet grand, a perfect spot to enjoy a drink after a long day of sightseeing.
Take the lift down to the Shibu Spa in the hotel’s basement and be immediately transported to a Japanese onsen. Take a dip in the heated pool, put on your robe and relax in the lounge area, or indulge in a treatment. Revive your tired muscles with a stress relieving massage and allow the essential oils to do their work before continuing your evening in the vibrant neighborhood.View Hotel
A spa hotel in Midtown Manhattan
Lotte New York Palace
The Lotte New York Palace, located in Midtown Manhattan is a luxurious boutique hotel popular with the glamorous and well-heeled visitors to New York City. It’s Madison Avenue address certainly attracts the luxury traveler looking to splurge on treatments in-between shopping excursions to Park and Fifth Avenues.
Rooms at the Lotte Palace are elegant and stylish with modern amenities such as Molton Brown bath products, 24-hour in-room dining and a laptop safe.
With a wide range of beauty and skin care treatments as well as a romantic couples massage and even in-room treatment options, Spa Splendor offers all you need to escape the bustle of the city to recharge and relax.View Hotel
Spa De La Mer
For prestige in Midtown Manhattan with all the trimmings, the Baccarat Hotel is synonymous with Luxury. The hotel boasts Parisian style in the heart of Manhattan, with chic accommodation, impeccable service and a huge range of amenities.
Enjoy a high tea or dinner in the Grand Salon, head to the 24-hour fitness center to work out, take a ride in the hotel’s private classic car, a dip in the indoor pool and marvel at the artworks and crystal chandeliers throughout the hotel.
The cherry on top of the decadent cake that is the Baccarat Hotel is Spa De La Mer. Offering luxurious treatments in sumptuous surroundings using products from celebrity adored skincare brand La Mer, this spa knows how to indulge their clients. From facials to full body treatments, this is next level pampering.View Hotel
This article originally appeared on trivago Magazine UK.