Treat Yo’Self at These 8 Hotel Spas

AnnaMaria Stephens | February 06, 2018

If a spa visit is an essential part of your travels, you're in luck. These Seattle hotels have some of the best treatments in town, offering everything from massages and body scrubs to non-surgical facelifts. You can even book a poolside foot rub.


Hyatt Regency Lake Washington

Why it made the list

Tucked away next to the fitness center at this brand-new hotel, Tranquil Waters Boutique Spa is a full-service spa offering customizable services from an extensive menu featuring facials, massages, and body wraps. Signature treatments include the East-West Massage, which blends techniques for a relaxing experience that also does wonders for achy body parts, and the Heaven & Earth Aromatherapy Facial.

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The Fairmont Olympic Hotel

Why it made the list

Though not officially part of the hotel, guests can get pampered at the posh on-site Penelope & The Beauty Bar, which offers spa and beauty services. Signature treatments include European facials and non-surgical facelifts using the latest and greatest micro-current tools.

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Willows Lodge

Why it made the list

The attractive spa is routinely named one of the city's best, featuring Carita facials and a full line of Decleor plant-based skincare. Signature body treatments tap the natural health properties of locally harvested ingredients, including local salt, lavender, and honey. For a special treat, choose massages for two in an outdoor cabana with private garden or an indoor treatment room with a fireplace.

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Hyatt at Olive 8

Why it made the list

Eco-friendly meets elegance at the hotel's Elaia Spa, a retreat offering a long list of relaxing treatments such as body scrubs and wraps, massages, facials, and salon services, many inspired by Seattle's natural surroundings. The spa's Market Fresh options even feature products incorporating seasonal ingredients grown in the Pacific Northwest. The spacious and attractive spa, clad in gleaming sustainable wood, has a large relaxation/waiting room with sink-in chaise lounges topped with soft blankets

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Woodmark Hotel

Why it made the list

Still Spa is tiny but tranquil, with offerings that include massages, facials, body treatments, and mani/pedis. It’s popular with locals and visitors alike, so make sure to book well in advance during peak season. For a truly luxurious experience, the spa's Ultimate Spa Day package features a massage, a body scrub, a facial, a mani-pedi, and lunch at the hotel's Carillon Kitchen.

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Four Seasons Hotel Seattle

Why it made the list

Basalt rock and glass tile nod to the Northwest at this sanctuary-like 6,000-square-foot spa, which features a eucalyptus steam room. Signature treatments include the Deep Forest Bliss, a massage with balsam fir and white pine-scented body oil, and Emerald Rain, a treatment focused on the alignment of the spine. In the summer, guests can even book special poolside spa services on the hotel's terrace.

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Loews Hotel 1000

Why it made the list

Small but luxurious and serene, the full-service Spaahh welcomes guests with a glass of bubbly and a foot soak. Treatments include facials and body treatments like scrubs, wraps, and massages. For a Seattle-inspired experience, try the detoxifying Espresso Body Scrub. The invigorating clay-based treatment combines the earthy notes of Indian tobacco and sarsaparilla with volcanic pumice and coffee arabica.

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Salish Lodge & Spa

Why it made the list

If pampering is an essential part of your vacation, the luxurious Salish Lodge Spa knows how to please, from the soothing natural decor to amenities like a steam room, dry sauna, and two therapeutic soaking pools. Treatments include skin care, body therapies, and massage--some even feature honey from the hotel's hives. For a romantic splurge, the spa offers couples massages in an airy and very private room right above the falls.

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