We’ve researched the absolute best bathhouse spas that you should visit this year.
When planning a trip, one tends to consider location, surrounding attractions, transportation, and things of that nature. TOA Waters is here to inspire bold bubble bath bathers to add to that list of considerations. However, ever thought of adding bath time to your list of considerations?
If you’ve answered yes, check out what we’ve got for you!
It might be worth your while to check out some of the beautiful and historic bathhouses that the United States has to offer.
Didn’t know that bathhouses were still a thing? Boy, are you in for a real treat!
#3. Ten Thousand Waves Japanese Spa Resort (Santa Fe, NM)
To start our list, we have the Ten Thousand Waves Japanese Spa Resort in Santa Fe, NM. This spa center has it all, including Japanese-inspired hot springs with a unique Southwestern feel.
According to the spa's website, "Our men’s and women’s floors are designed expressly for your comfort, and each features its own distinct luxurious decor. Here you will find hot and cold tubs, dry and steam saunas, treatment stations, showers, and all of the beauty and grooming facilities you would expect of a world-class destination spa. Our co-ed floor, or jimjilbang, is home to our not-to-be-missed specialty mineral saunas, which we invite you to experience in sequence for optimal results."
#2. Delano Bathhouse Spa (Las Vegas, NV)
Located in the heart of Las Vegas, NV the Delano Bathhouse Spa will take your relaxation to another level with its exclusive treatments. Essential oils, milk, honey, detoxifying mud, herbal tinctures - all the good stuff. It also features steam rooms and saunas, as well as 12 treatment rooms where you can enjoy massages, wraps and facials.
#1. Roosevelt Baths and Spa (Saratoga Springs, NY)
Number one on our list is the historic Roosevelt Baths and Spa in Saratoga Springs, NY. It is an integral part of the Saratoga Springs Spa Resort.
Want to talk about bathing with purpose? This bathhouse first opened its doors in 1935 as a result of President Franklin Roosevelt’s efforts to preserve the beautiful natural springs of the area!
With over forty treatment rooms, the bathhouses and spa have something for everyone (18 and older) to enjoy! The characteristic of the hydrotherapy offered, however, is a soak in Saratoga’s natural mineral water. The fresh, cold water comes from deep underground and is mixed with warm water providing bathers with optimum comfort and buoyancy for the perfect float!
So, what do you think? Will you take the plunge?