voco® St David’s Cardiff, Cardiff
Cardiff Bay's renaissance has taken it from industrial blight to steel and glass style. The voco® St David’s Cardiff stands above the bay like an Atlantic ocean-liner, with private balconies enjoying the view. Inside, the Marine Spa offers a walk through water corridor, massage fountains and a 50ft pool with bubbling water beds that almost lull you to sleep. There's also a range of treatments to choose from and deep relaxation lounge where you can drift off and dream.
The Laguna Health and Spa, Cardiff
The centrally located Park Plaza Hotel is home to the Laguna Health and Spa. The calm and serene spa features an ozone friendly swimming pool, spa bath and steam room. There's a wide range of Pevonia spa treatments available and a relaxation lounge for you to truly relax and unwind in.
St Brides Spa Hotel, Saundersfoot
Set within Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Saundersfoot is one of Wales' best coastal resorts and is just three miles from Tenby.
The Marine Spa boasts Wales’ only True Infinity Edged hydrotherapy pool which looks out over the Harbour and Carmarthen Bay. The windows of the he cliff edge dual treatment room opens onto fresh sea air and the distant sound of waves below. The thermal suite includes a thermal suite with a salt infusion room, sensation shower, aroma steam room, rock sauna and ice fountain.
Bodysgallen Hall and Spa, Llandudno
Bodysgallen Hall is set in a stunning country estate and formal gardens with wonderful views over Snowdonia and towards Anglesey. A short walk through the grounds will take you to the hotel's spa with an indoor pool, six beauty treatment rooms, sauna and steam room. In the treatment rooms, try the Forest Therapy spa treatment, recommended for grounding the body and mind.
Lake Country House and Spa, Mid Wales
Lake Country House and Spa is set within one of Wales' Victorian spa villages. The award winning luxury spa hotel is perfect for a relaxing break. The spa, with four treatment rooms, is in a separate chalet overlooking the lake and river a short walk from the hotel. The swimming pool is married with an outdoor hot-tub, set on a balcony with views of the lake shore.
The Quay Hotel and Spa, Deganwy
Enjoy views of the Conwy Estuary in North Wales from your covered private balcony at The Quay Hotel and Spa, overlooking Deganwy Marina. The UNESCO historic site of Conwy Castle and Snowdonia National Park are moments away by car, with the Quay Spa waiting for you at the end of the day. The swimming pool rubs shoulders with a hydrotherapy pool with waterfall jets. Holistic Indian head massage, reflexology and Hopi ear candle treatments are available, as well as facials, massage and beauty treatments.
The Celtic Manor Resort, Newport
The Forum Spa at The Celtic Manor Resort has 16 treatment rooms that serve up delights like the Elemis Herbal Steam Temple, where medicinal chakra muds are applied while you inhale herb-infused steam and gaze up at thousands of stars. After a rain shower washes it all away. Other facilities include a 20-metre swimming pool, saunas, steam rooms and plunge pool.
Tre-Ysgawen Hall, Anglesey
Windswept Anglesey has 125 miles of coastal path to explore, a stately home, castle and plenty of sweeping views of the Atlantic and the Menai Strait. Tre-Ysgawen Hall makes a comfortable country house base for exploring the island and its spa is the perfect environment for soothing weary walkers. The thermal suite includes an Experience shower, salt inhalation room, whirlpool, sauna and swimming pool. The beauty therapy suite offers a comprehensive range of spa treatments.
Lake Vyrnwy Hotel, Mid Wales
The Lake Vyrnwy Hotel stands at the head of a lake fringed with mountains at the heart of a 24,000 acre estate in Snowdonia. The vista is best viewed from your roll-top freestanding bath in one of the Lakeview rooms, or from the comfort of the spa. The health spa has a jacuzzi spa pool overlooking the estate, a sauna, an aromatherapy salt inhalation room, monsoon and mist showers, an ice shower and heated loungers.