The 10 Best Spa Hotels in Virginia!
When our daily lives don’t feel as luxurious as we might like, Virginia’s world-class spa hotels are always available to provide a relaxing escape. From infinity pools to couples’ massages, unwind at the 10 best spa hotels in the state.
US News’s number one pick for best resort and hotel in Virginia (as well as their number six pick for hotel and resort in the country), Primland in Meadows of Dan hardly needs an introduction. The resort, nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, is the height of luxury. The Spa at Primland “offers a sanctuary for its guests, providing all those who visit with a tranquil environment for complete and total rejuvenation.”
The Salamander Resort and Spa in Middleburg, Virginia, is another inclusion on US News’s top resorts in Virginia. The resort offers any number of excellent amenities, but the spa is a standout. The 23,000-square-foot facility includes 14 treatment rooms, a couple’s spa suite, infinity-edge spa pool, full-service salon, and more.
Which hotel and spa is a Certificate of Excellence Winner, a Four Diamond Award Winner, an Audubon International Sanctuary, and an Historic Hotel of America? You guessed it: welcome to the Boar’s Head in Charlottesville, Virginia. Enjoy “a warm and intimate ambiance and exceptional southern hospitality” and spa experience. Treatments include couple’s massages, signature services, and more.
The Kimpton Lorien Hotel and Spa in the historic Old Town of Alexandria, Virginia, claims that they’re “always in a Saturday state of mind.” They understand that “life is a balance of work and play,” and as such offers plenty of options for both. But since we’re in the business of play, we’ve taken note of their wonderful spa. We’re confident you’ll find an experience worth repeating.
The Embassy Suites by Hilton in Hampton, Virginia, is connected to the Hampton Convention Center. Next time you’re in town on business visiting the convention center, make sure to relax at the Spa Botanica. They have a “spa experience,” as well as treatments and products designed for total relaxation.
The beautiful Martha Washington Inn and Spa in Abingdon, Virginia is a Certificate of Excellence Award winner, a four-star diamond hotel, and named one of the Historic Hotels of America. The entire estate has a calming atmosphere, but the spa is particularly comforting. Enjoy massages, facials, body treatments, teeth whitening, and more.
Lansdowne Resort and Spa in Leesburg, Virginia, offers “Renewal in Virginia Wine Country.” They recognize their place as “heirs to a cherished tradition of down-to-earth hospitality,” and fulfill that mandate exquisitely. The Spa Minerale at Lansdowne offers salon services, seasonal specials, massages, skin care, and more.
Poplar Springs in Warrenton, Virginia, is an inn, spa, and restaurant situated in the manor house, curated stones from Civil War camps. They invite you to “step into an atmosphere of beauty and serenity with treatments designed to rest the in mind, restore the body and recharge the soul.” Treatment options include massages, waxing, facials, body treatments with herbal salt scrubs, and more.
Tysons Corner is one of the wealthier areas of Virginia and the Ritz-Carlton provides luxury like no other. The on-site spa is inspired by nature with therapists using “avocado, brown sugar, seaweed, fresh berries, Dead Sea salts” and more. Make sure to ask about their seasonal treatments.
The Omni Homestead is the presidential go-to for stays in the Hot Springs, Virginia area. The estate sits on over 2,300 acres with two hot springs flowing through the property. The Spa at the Omni Homestead “is an expansive, state-of-the-art facility for guests to experience wellness activities, decadent treatments, and unique features.” Treatments include facials, body treatments, salon services, an aqua thermal suite, serenity garden, and more.