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The Best Hotel Spas in Austin

Lauren Modery | April 17, 2018

Austin has its fair share of spas, which is no surprise since it is located in the lush and tranquil Texas Hill Country. Most spas are located in either Downtown Austin or out in the country, and they can greatly range in price. Below is a list of some of our favorite spas, all with different features and price ranges.


Hilton Austin

Why it made the list

The Skyline Spa & Health Club might not be as swanky as its peers on this list, but if you’re staying near the Austin Convention Center, their services can certainly help the weary traveler. The spa includes access to steam rooms, saunas and a heated outdoor pool. If you’re looking for something a little more, you can purchase a relaxing Swedish massage, hydrating facial or shellac manicure.

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Omni Austin Downtown

Why it made the list

Located deep in the Hill Country, this sprawling resort is known for its impressive features: four golf courses, two pools and endless surrounding nature, to name a few. And the property’s Three Springs Spa possibly offers some of the most unique spa services in town. Guest can indulge in services such as cupping—the use of silicone cups on skin to help release toxins—a Mexican Chocolate Cayenne Scrub, and self-heating mud mask. After a day at the spa, enjoy outdoor yoga overlooking looking the rolling hills, or a dip in the heated indoor pool.

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W Hotel

Why it made the list

The spa-agey Away Austin Spa offers a full menu of spa services, from a relaxing hot stone massages to anti-aging facials, gel pedicures to Brazilian waxing. But when paired with the W’s iconic outdoor pool and high-end fitness room, you have yourself a full day of healthy living. Tip: Locals receive 30% off all services Monday through Thursday.

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Four Seasons Hotel Austin

Why it made the list

For travelers in Downtown Austin looking for a little peace and relaxation, The Spa at the Four Seasons has you covered. Choose from the popular Herbal Apothecary Allergy Relief Massage or Ultimate Caviar Anti-Aging Facial, which will run you a modest $215. Once you’re done with your treatments, relax in the Himalayan pink salt room or Eucalyptus infused steam rooms. And if all this isn’t soothing enough, sit out on the back patio, shaded by the territorial Live Oaks, and take in the calming effects of Lady Bird Lake.

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Lakeway Resort and Spa

Why it made the list

What we like about this resort tucked in nearby Lakeway is that it’s great for adults AND kids. The little ones can enjoy the outdoor water park, which features three expansive pools and a splash area, while adults can enjoy a massage or facial at The Spa at Lakeway and then relax on the terrace overlooking the lake. Another plus of this all-inclusive resort is that the daily rate will only run you $160-$299.

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Lake Austin Spa

Why it made the list

This all-inclusive resort located out in Hill Country has just about everything you can think of—spa, three healthy prepared meals a day, 20+ daily activities, guest speakers and so on. In addition to pampering your body with massages and yoga classes, you can feed the mind with meditation and art lessons taught by working artists. Even your furry friend can get pampered here—comfy beds and chef-inspired doggie menus are available. The luxury will cost you though. A stay can average anywhere from $675 to $1,225 per day.

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