Switzerland’s Amazing Spas

Switzerland's Amazing Spas

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Spas have been around for some thousands of years. Living in an age where things don’t last and people lose psych of things quite fast, that’s how important spas have been for them to still exist. It’s important to relax, to take care of yourself and shake off the stress once in a while or even thrice in a while. Here are some wonderful spas in Switzerland. One visit to each of these spas will definitely not be your last.

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This is a beautiful spa with an Alpine inspired experience and relaxing treatments. The Chedo will captivate and move you at first sight. With Asian influences, The Chedi assures you relaxation, peace and quiet from the poolside, sauna to all the other facilities. The Chedi has the best rating by Forbes Travel Guide 2021.


This beautiful spa dates back to 1865. But of course it was renovated for a more updated look and feel. The spa offers a variety of treatments, using techniques based on Eastern and European traditions. Make sure you try the regenerative therapy done with the healing waters of the Japanese springs.


Owned by Jean Claude and Marcel Bach, The Alpina Gstaad was the first luxury hotel to be built in Gstaad for 100 years. It includes amenities like six spas, an 85 feet long pool and a stunning interior design. Found in the fresh air and spectacular views of the mountains The Alpina Gstaad is like a 5 minutes drive away from surrounding ski resorts.


Built in 1905 overlooking Lake Lucerne Hotel Villa Honegg is a perfect blend of modern technology and classic charms. It features balconies with a beautiful view of the Alps and Lake, an indoor pool with an underwater music system and an outdoor infinity pool that has you feeling like you’re floating in the skies. With over 19,000 hashtags on instagram, this hotel spa should be in your bucket list. 


Located on a hilltop overlooking the city, this fairy tale-like castle structure dates back to 1899. The interiors were updated into a stylish luxurious spa in 2007. This spa resort elegantly blends the past and the future with Japanese touches in a modern setting. It comprises 20 treatment rooms, a wellness centre and an aqua zone. Of Course being on top of a hill, you get a wonderful view of the lake and mountains as you relax and enjoy yourself.


Located in Octagon, an old building that dates back to the 19th century, Oktogon Hammam offers a unique spa experience. The ritual in this spa is based on the step by step warming and cleansing of the body. At this spa, treatment is based on the fact that the body should be warmed and cleansed in stages.


Clinique La Prarie offers the best wellness treatment in absolute luxury and also a luxurious five star hotel. Led by a team of experts and medical specialists, expect the most interesting and innovative techniques to leave you feeling rejuvenated and re-energized. Nature offers a spectacular setting with stunning views of the Alps and Lake Geneva. 


One of Europe’s most famous spas. It has a serene blue interior with eight different indoor and outdoor pools that have different temperatures. Spread over a 2,000 square metres space, Bogn Engiadina has eight different indoor and outdoor pools that range in temperature. You could also relax in the hot tubs, alternating cold or warm water grottos or in the saline bath. The outdoor hot tubs are the most preferred especially at night since you can relax under the starry skies and breathe in the fresh mountain air

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