Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Best Hotel Spas in Asia 2012, an internet company which provides online hotel reservations services for properties focused primarily in the Asia Pacific Region, lists ten of the best hotel spas in Asia each year. 2012 top 10 is recently announced and here we list these luxury hotels providing combined eastern and western therapies to promote both physical and spiritual wellness and best relaxing all-round hotel stay.

1. Six Senses Yao Noi, Thailand

SPA of  5-star eco-friendly Six Senses Resort on the picturesque island of Koh Yao Noi-between Phuket and Krabi is number 1 in the top hotel SPAs in Asia 2012 list of

Six Senses Resort
Six Senses Resort
2. Fusion Maia, Danang, Vietnam

Fusion Maia Da Nang is the first Asia’s resorts with all-inclusive spa and the only resort in the area highlighting with Private pool in All villa. The property is located 15 minutes from the airport and just 10 minutes from Da Nang town center, a short scenic ride from the luxurious accommodation, you will be able to explore the World Heritage town of Hoi An.

SPA at Fusion Maia Da Nang
3. Four Seasons Spa, Singapore

Standing on tree-lined Orchard Boulevard, the five-star Four Seasons Hotel Singapore provides 254 spacious and inviting rooms in Singapore’s main shopping district. This award winning SPA offers Asian-influenced treatments, massages, reflexology, and beauty treatments. The hotel provides Massage Therapy,
Body Therapy, Facial Therapy, Spa Rituals, Treatments for Teens and Salon Services.

Four Seasons Spa, Singapore
Four Seasons Spa, Singapore
4. Conrad Spa Rangali Island Resort, Maldives

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Resort has been voted the best hotel of the world, twice. This provides a tremendous stay which guarantee by twice voted Best Hotel in the World. This hotel provides a unique and cozy atmosphere of the island.

Conrad Spa Rangali Island Resort, Maldives

5. Hotel Spa and Esthetique Suichokan, Sapporo, Japan

Hotel Spa and Esthetique Suichokan does not only offer a range of salon and spa facilities to ensure guests' complete relaxation, it also provides delicious cuisine and comfortable accommodations.

Hotel Spa and Esthetique Suichokan
Hot spring at Hotel Spa and Esthetique Suichokan
6. Banyan Tree Spa Ungasan, Bali

Sitting on the cliffs at the doorstep of Uluwatu Temple, luxurious Banyan Tree Ungasan Hotel offers panoramic views of the Indian Ocean. Banyan Tree Spa therapists receive formal training at Banyan Tree Spa Academies in Phuket in Thailand or Lijiang in China.

7. Volando Urai Spring Spa & Resort, Taiwan

Volando Urai Spring Spa & Resort in in the heart of Wulai offers a "Zen Experience". The hotel is famous for its hot springs and excellent service.

Volando Urai Spring Spa & Resort, Taiwan

8. The Siam, Bangkok, Thailand

Design guru Bill Bensley's marvel The Siam Hotel in the capital of land of smiles offers a 5 star stay in Bangkok and a massive Moroccan-style sunken courtyard surrounded by a spa and treatment rooms. Opium SPA in this urban luxury resort offers  facial, body and massage therapies and tailored multi-day spa package.

9. Song Saa Private Island Resort, Cambodia

5-Star Song Saa Private Island Resort spans the Gulf of Thailand islands of Koh Ouen and Koh Bong, with tropical reefs, azure waters, white sandy beaches, and stunning sunset and offers villas with private pools, sun-decks and ocean views whilst the rest of the resort offers spa, yoga, and sea sports.

Song Saa Private Island Resort, Cambodia
Song Saa Private Island Resort, Cambodia

10. Shinta Mani, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Shinta Mani Hotel with its 39 Khmer-inspired designs rooms is close to the magnificent Angkor Temples just a 15-minute tuktuk ride. Shinta Mani Spa here is based on traditional Khmer healing rituals and proven modern therapies to reduce stress and reset inner balance. An instant favorite is the Khmer Coffee Scrub that combines white clay and organic Cambodian coffee beans from the hill tribes of Rattanakiri Province to create an aromatic rejuvenation.

Shinta Mani Spa
Shinta Mani, Siem Reap, Cambodia

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