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Top 6 Luxury Spas In India

There’s nothing like a spa treatment to de-stress and relax you and melt away all those worries, and if that’s what you’re planning to treat yourself to, why not take things up a notch? Here’s a list of the top 6 luxury spas in India, where you can relax, unwind and pamper yourself a bit!

Top 6 Luxury Spas In India

Luxury Spas In India

Atmantan Resort Spa

Spread across 40 acres and overlooking the Mulshi lake, the Atmantan Resort Spa in Maharashtra offers you an exciting and elaborate spa experience, to say the least. It offers a huge range of treatments ranging from aromatherapy, body polishes, facials, acupressure, wraps and a lot more, all aimed at helping the body heal itself. Plus, there’s a Turkish hamam here too!

Jiva Spa

The Taj Group of Hotels have set up Jiva Spas at their various hotels. Imagine immersing yourself in the serene views of the backwaters of Kolkata and Kochi’s harbor at Taj Malabar or surrounded by the mesmerising skylines of the Himalayan range and the coniferous forests
Taj Theog Resort & Spa while you enjoy your treatments. Choose from a selection of Indian as well as complementary spa therapies and if you’re up for it, give their famous Shudhikara a try- it is a lymphatic drainage massage and a fruit scrub treatment. 

Sereno Spa

Sereno Spa is spread across 36,000 sq ft at the Park Hyatt resort in Goa, and oozes of luxury and pampering. Surrounded by fresh green courtyards and offering some of the finest spa treatments, this place definitely had to make it to the list. Before you start off with a spa session here, make sure you get an Ayurveda consultation here to get a better idea of which treatments would be the best for your body type.

Among the best treatments offered here, Samudra is a great choice that includes an exfoliating body scrub, a detoxifying steam, a collagen facial and lots more.

6 luxury spas in india

Oberoi Spa

The Oberoi Spa, Wildflower Hall in the Himalayas is another luxury spa place worth mentioning. This spa has won multiple awards and is everything private, luxury and elegance. What this spa offers that most others don’t is the breathtaking mountain views and the dense pine and cedar woods surrounding the area, which make you feel one with nature.

The deep cleansing mud mask and the Hungarian body wrap are some of the best picks worth trying when you’re here.

Shillim Spa

Shillim Spa is an elaborate destination spa that has won several awards. What’s most captivating about this place is its location- right in the Sahyadri mountain range. This Hilton-owned luxury property offers you the chance to treat yourself to holistic spa programs, hydrotherapy sessions, Ayurveda detox programs and a lot more.


The ESPA, at the Leela Palace, Udaipur, may be last on the list, but is definitely not the least. Apart from being the only luxury tented spa in India, this place offers everything from Ayurvedic to western spa treatments. Plus, they claim to use natural and organic extracts and oils from around the world for their sessions, which is great.

Disclaimer: I haven’t visited any of these spas. This is NOT a sponsored post. Just doing some e-travel! 😉

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  1. Unishta Unishta April 19, 2019

    I never imagined you as a Spa person and was quite taken aback seeing you blog about spas. I myself am not a spa person and can’t see myself visiting one even if it were sponsored

    • Corinne Rodrigues Corinne Rodrigues Post author | April 20, 2019

      I’m not sure what you mean and why you were taken aback, Sunita. I had a regular spa membership at Four Fountains, Mumbai and sadly, they closed here. I thoroughly enjoy a good massage.

  2. writershilpa writershilpa April 19, 2019

    Ah! I love spas….the entire environment takes me to another planet! All that pampering, the much-needed body massage using those special oils and stuff…every time I visit one (during vacation), I just wish I could live there, permanently!

    • Corinne Rodrigues Corinne Rodrigues Post author | April 20, 2019

      Yes, it’s so much a part of self-care that you’ve been blogging about so beautifully, Shilpa. Now, I’m dying for a good massage.
      PS: Don’t wait for a vacation to enjoy a good treatment. You deserve one between vacations too!

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