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Top 5 Spas on Hawaiʻi Island

So many visitors come to Hawaiʻi to relax. Assuming you’re one of them, you might want to take that relaxation to the next level with a massage or other awesome spa treatment. You’ll come away rejuvenated, and ready for some new adventures! Get involved in the Big Island Hawaii spas.

Hualālai Spa

Located at the world-class Four Seasons Resort in Kaʻūpūlehu, Hualālai Spa is the most exquisite luxury spa on the Big Island. With 28,000 square feet of luxury pampering available, you’ll revel in a huge menu of treatment options. From a wide variety of massage styles, to personalized Hawaiian apothecary treatments using locally grown ingredients, you can have the indulgences you most desire in a beautiful garden setting. Outdoor hales offer privacy for your treatments in the midst of lush greenery; afterward, savor the lap pool, sauna, steam room, and cold plunge. It’s every spa lover’s paradise! Hawaii day spas have it all.

Mandara Spa

Visitors to Waikoloa Beach Resort will enjoy the spa services offered at Mandara Spa, located at the Waikoloa Beach Marriott. Overlooking the hotel’s pool, this two-story spa features beautiful Balinese and Hawaiian décor, along with a range of great treatment options, including Miracle Micro-Therapy and Elemis Aroma Stone Therapy. Mandara also offers a full-service salon, so after your relaxing massage, you can get dolled up for a night out, with specialty treatments for hair, nails, and make-up.

Spa Without Walls

The name alone sounds great, right? Sounds like relaxing next to a tropical Hawaiian waterfall, letting all your cares wash away… well, you can indeed have that experience here! Located at the Fairmont Orchid, this award-winning spa is built to please, with highlights including the sound of running water, the tradewind breeze, and the sweet scent of flowers. Oh yeah, and there’s massages here too! Though you might get so relaxed, you forget the need for beauty treatments, those are available also.

Hale Hoʻola

Though there are lots of nice spas at the Kona-Kohala Coast resort hotels, in case you find yourself in Volcano needing a spa treatment, check out Hale Hoʻola. Nestled in the cool rainforest near Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park, this spa uses a nice variety of locally sourced flowers and herbs in their Hawaiian-inspired treatments. This is a great spot for a traditional Hawaiian lomilomi massage, or a two-hour rejuvenation package, including a body scrub, hot steam, a facial, and a massage.

Mermade Spa

If you’re looking for a more down-to-earth experience than the fancy hotel spas offer, check out Mermade Spa in historic downtown Hilo. It’s a community-based spa, offering an array of “ocean-inspired” treatment options. Their focus is on locally sourced, organic, and naturally handmade spa products, so you’ll know for sure that you’re only putting healthy stuff on your body.

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