World’s 5 Most Exotic

Spa Options

November, 2018
The Master Responds

Spas & Therapies are a remedy to get away from body exertions & toil as they help in slackening up the body stress levels. The gentle touch and the professional care that twists the body muscles to its best potential is something that make spas desirable and irresistible to many. It is time to rejuvenate the mind and body from the bonds of stress. Hence, here are a few countries to visit for best spa treatments that offer unique traditional techniques.

Swedish Massage, Sweden

Sweden is considered to be “the land of wellness”. One can enjoy excellent services of traditional Nordic bathing as well as experience luxurious American contemporary spas. One of the most renowned places to have a spa is at the Grand Hotel in Stockholm. It is a 5 star hotel that provides traditional spa as their primary service. The traditional spa consists of the Nordic bathing ritual and Swedish massage. They also provide different massage techniques and body treatments that help in soothing muscles, relieving stress, anxiety and depression, and boosting blood circulation, etc. Its splendid interiors and water facing view is a great tourist attraction.

Turkish Bath, Turkey

The Turkish bath is one of the most relaxing baths where the visitors can bathe publically with a masseur who provides services like massaging and assisting in bathing. Çemberlitaş Hamamı is one of the most visited Hammams in Istanbul. The services provided are divided into three options; the first being the self service; Second, the traditional style where the masseur will massage your body for approx. 15 minutes and then assist you in the bathing process, and Lastly, the other option where the services are customized as per your requirements like aromatherapy, reflexology, Indian head massage, etc. There are a few things to keep in mind for first time visitors; men and women will not share the same bathing area, and you will have the same gender attendant. And also, you have to tip your attendants 10-20% of the total bill.

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