As the spa and recreation industries continue to flourish, more spa days and resorts are rising. Both spa veterans and beginners may struggle to understand what each offers because several spa types can be used similarly.
If you are also unsure about which spa kind best suits your needs, feel free to contact us. Below we have mentioned four different and the most common types of SPAs, so let’s check them out:
- A Day Spa
Day spas are facilities where you can receive spa treatments without staying overnight. Some resorts and hotels may provide day spa services to guests who are not staying there.
- A Hotel Spa
Hotels spas are, of course, present inside a hotel. Still, there are many different types, from modest establishments with just one or more treatment areas to opulent health resorts with swimming pools, saunas, and relaxation areas.
- A Destination Spa
A destination spa is a type of hotel spa where the spa is the main attraction, and the main reason guests come to the facility.
These spas provide a fully immersed experience and frequently offer various bundles, including food and a full range of services.
- A Mineral Spring Spa
These spas strongly emphasize providing their clients with the most efficient local natural mineral resource, seawater or thermal, used in the hydrotherapy treatments they offer. These spas are situated in regions that have abundant natural mineral reserves.
You might find yourself boosting your immune system in a subzero cryotherapy chamber, relieving your sore muscles in a steaming hot mud bath, or receiving a treatment that is based on indigenous traditions, depending on the spa’s specialty and location. Whatever spa style you decide on can be a great way to relax with your friends or enjoy a romantic time out with your partner.