Hawaii is a prime spot to relax and unwind, and with world-class spas on each island, you can find an array of traditional treatments to rejuvenate the body and mind. With first-rate treatments, a professional staff, and a serene atmosphere, here are the 10 best spas in Hawaii.
Reviews describe Zensations as clean, well staffed, tranquil, calming and positive— everything that you could hope for from a spa experience. At Zensations Spa, you will leave feeling relaxed and refreshed—the Lomi Lomi is a favorite treatment.
The signature treatment here is the Polynesian Niu Scrub, with a blend of organic coconut products to polish and massage, followed by a warm wrap and some softening coconut milk moisturizer. The 28,000-square-foot space includes tropical gardens, private treatment rooms, private outdoor hales and plenty of room to wander to take in the grounds. Apothecary treatments can be arranged from over 40 different natural ingredients, custom-blended to soothe what ails you.
This well-known spa incorporates authentic Polynesian therapeutic rituals into more modern treatments for a relaxing and healing experience. There are beautiful indoor and outdoor spaces in which to relax and the oceanfront space is well maintained and serene.
Sometimes to truly unwind it’s nice to have an adult-only atmosphere and this spa offers a kid-free infinity pool for ultimate relaxation. The facilities are very clean and open and all of the treatments are top-notch. Like most resort spas, this can be a little on the pricy side, but you will be treated excellently.
This award-winning spa has eight private outdoor waterfall hale, Oceanside treatment spaces, and sauna and steam rooms. Choose from a variety of skin and body treatments to pamper yourself and feel the sunshine and sea air on your skin.
This spa focuses on sustainable and natural ingredients in all products and incorporates a holistic view into treatments. The structure features large walls of glass that let in the natural light and beautiful blue ocean views. There are also fitness classes if you prefer to work up a sweat before your treatments.
This spa is very holistic and many of the products sold are made from the owner’s personal recipes—it is also a student clinic so you can get wonderful treatments at great discounts. Traditional treatments may include Hawaiian prayers or chants and the treatments are incredibly relaxing and healing.
This spa was designed and inspired by the natural beauty and traditions of Hawaii, with natural saunas formed by lava rock, a Watsu pool, a meditation hale and plenty of natural beauty. There are a variety of treatments, from Hawaiian experiences like the Lomi Lomi treatment, full body massage done to the beat of traditional Hawaiian music, to signature facials, body wraps and more.
The Four Seasons has a well-deserved reputation and the facilities at this high-end spa don’t disappoint—35,000 square-feet encompass tennis courts, spas, salons, and indoor and outdoor treatment spaces. The No Ka ‘Oi “The Best” combines coconut oil and sugar cane in a body scrub, followed by an ultra moisturizing coconut milk and aloe wrap, a hair and scalp massage and treatment, and the Hawaiian lomilomi massage, which sets slow methodical strokes based on traditional hula dancing. Their Himalayan salt chambers are unique—large rooms where you can breathe in salt to cure a number of respiratory problems.
The Spa Grande definitely emphasizes water treatments, offering Roman-style hot and cold plunge pools, Japanese baths, sit-down showers, healing pools, waterfall-style baths and steam rooms. Each healing pool targets a different ailment, and the grounds are beautiful. Arrive an hour early (or plan to stay after) so that you can take advantage of the hydrotherapy prior to your treatment of choice.