Atlanta’s many attractions, dining and shopping destinations keep travelers busy, however the city also offers a variety of unique spas located throughout the metro area for a refreshing escape.
Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta Spa
Atlanta’s Midtown neighborhood has one of only two AAA Five Diamond-rated hotels in the city, one being Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta. Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta Spa pampers guests with the Piedmont Park Polish, a 50-minute body polish signature to this location. The Midtown Massage is an 80-minute full-body treatment featuring locally-made Mama’s Homemade lavender rosemary products. For those with plenty of relaxation time, the Georgian Peach spa treatment includes an 80-minute Midtown Massage, 50-minute O2 Lift Facial, 50-minute hot stone pedicure and a spa lunch.
Jeju Sauna is a 24-hour, seven-day a week, 35,000-square-foot, traditional Korean public bathhouse located just 30 minutes northeast of Atlanta. Hot tubs, showers and nine traditional Korean Kiln saunas furnish the bathhouse. The Kiln saunas each have traditional Korean medicinal purposes, featuring are different woods, minerals, crystals, stones and metals. Admission is $25 with additional services available including full body massages and shampoos, foot reflexology and hip baths.
Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta
Tucked away in Atlanta’s upscale neighborhood of Buckhead sits Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta. The Spa at Mandarin Oriental is a luxurious retreat spread across two floors. The two-hour Peaches and Cream Journey indulges guests with a body treatment using a skin-softening apricot kernel to exfoliate the skin followed by a massage using warm cream and peach oil. For a complete day of pampering, the Restoration package features a five-hour program including the Peaches and Cream Journey, a customized facial, the Mandarin Oriental manicure and pedicure and a bento box lunch.
The Spa at Serenbe
Located just 30 minutes south of Atlanta, the Serenbe Community is a 1,000-acre neighborhood and a national model for the future of balanced development in the United States. Serenbe focuses on health, sustainability and wholesome living, which is embodied by The Spa at Serenbe. The spa carries holistic health care lines that only use clean, organic ingredients. In addition to facials, massages and polishes, there are special reflexology services as well as reiki, a Japanese technique for stress reduction, to relax all parts of the body and spirit.