Vietnam is becoming one of the new major spa destinations in Southeast Asia and people from all over the world are flocking here to enjoy the superb spas, excellent massage techniques and healthy, tasty cuisine. The popular destinations in Vietnam, including Nha Trang, Ho Chi Minh City, Hue, Hanoi and Hoi An all have several excellent spas and resort getaways to choose from.
Best Spas in Vietnam
La Maison L’Apothiquaire, Ho Chi Minh City
This elegant Art-Deco inspired French villa is located in quiet garden grounds within the heart of chaotic Ho Chi Minh City. It’s a wonderful retreat from the madness of the city, with velvet curtains, white-tiled floors and sparkling chandeliers.
Here you can enjoy a number of excellent beauty treatments, including an after sun remedy treatment, hot stone therapy and coconut body scrub and a seaweed detox wrap.
Six Senses Con Dao
The Six Senses resort is a five star retreat in the beautiful national park of Con Dao, located only a 45 minute flight from Ho Chi Minh City. There are 50 different villas along a stretch of private white beach, surrounded by forest hills. Here you can enjoy yoga, meditation, a healthy juice bar and a private pool. There are traditional Vietnamese treatments offered that utilize local flowers and herbs as well as a Thai massage room. The focus is on the “Slow Life”, so that you can fully relax and forget about all of your worries.
This is one of the largest spas in Hanoi and it covers more than 3,000 square metres. Within this tranquil retreat you will find 22 different therapy rooms, as well as a sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and fitness centre. There are a wide range of treatments available, including relaxation therapies, signature packages and beauty treatments, so you can pamper yourself in many different ways while enjoying the colourful, vibrant and historic city of Hanoi.
Anantara Mui Ne Resort and Spa
In the peaceful beach destination of Mui Ne Beach you will find this luxurious retreat, with 89 guest rooms and five double treatment suites surrounded by lush gardens. Relax in the Jacuzzi and steam room or enjoy one of the treatments, which include dragon fruit, aloe vera, caviar serum, aloe vera, chocolate and natural juniper. One of the most popular spa treatments is the Synchronised Massage package, which is a 60 minute four hand massage along with a floral foot bath and a soak in the Jacuzzi.
These are just a few of the best spas in Vietnam. When you see the quality of these tranquil retreats, you will understand why this Southeast Asian destination is quickly becoming one of the most popular choices for luxury spa travel.
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