Orlando Spas Soothe and Rejuvenate
... a pineapple body scrub or an
invigorating citrus-zest massage. Pampering options are endless at
a wide variety of Central Florida spas and salons dedicated to indulging guests.
As travelers place greater importance on personal health
and relaxation, resort- and day-spas throughout Orlando are growing to meet
the demand for innovative rejuvenating therapies, pampering treatments and fitness solutions.
Destination spas throughout the Orlando area offer an enticing lineup of amenities and many offer
their own state-of-the-art fitness centers.
Destination Spas Canyon Ranch SpaClub im Gaylord Palms Resort
at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center
specializes in blissful escape with its Canyon Stone Massage,
featuring smooth volcanic stones and a choice of massage technique
including Swedish and Shiatsu. The 20,000-square-foot (1,800-square-meter)
full-service spa also pleases with its Mango Sugar Glo body scrub, one-on-one
fitness training and nutrition and wellness consultations.
Mandara Spa im Portofino Bay Hotel
at the Portofino Bay Hotel (mandaraspa.com) brings
exotic Balinese healing traditions to the Universal
Orlando Resort. It’s hard to resist splurging on the
signature Mandara Four Hand Massage in this 8,000-square-foot (743-square-meter)
The Ritz-Carlton Spa in Grande Lakes Orlando
Lakes Orlando (ritzcarlton.com) is a 40,000-square-foot (3,600-square-meter)
pampering palace with treatments that include the two-hour Tuscan Citrus Cure
and its sweet-orange wrap. The luxury spa features Florida’s first Carita Institute
and Salon – known throughout Europe for its top-of-the-line luxury skincare products.
Grand Floridian Spa & Health Club
at the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa at
Walt Disney World Resort (disneyworld.com) is a 9,000-square-foot (810-square-meter)
Victorian-themed spa with its own line of grapefruit-flavored skin products.
The spa’s citrus-zest treatments are among many popular massages and the Golfer’s Facial
and After-Sun Comfort Wrap cater to those who adore the outdoors.
The Spa at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort
iat Walt Disney World Resort (disneyworld.com) transports guests
to a late 1800s New York country retreat, where the Maple Sugar Body
Polish recalls autumn in its glory and the signature Mystical Forest
Body Masque & Wrap blends essential oils and natural clay to enhance the skin.
This new 12,000-square-foot (1,115-square-meter) spa also specializes in children’s facials and nail treatments.
The Spa at Wyndham Palace Resort & Spa
in the Walt Disney World Resort
serves up an impressive menu of massages, facials and body treatments including
the pineapple scrub and seaweed wrap in its 10,200-square-foot (948-square-meter) luxury setting.
The Sun-Lovers Facial and Theme Park Leg-Relief Wrap are perfect antidotes to a busy sightseeing schedule.
The Spa at Omni Orlando Resort in ChampionsGate
das neueste Spa mit drei Cabanas unter freiem Himmel für entspannende Freiluftbehandlungen,
einschließlich einer Golfer-Massage. Zitrusfrüchte kommen in dem 929 m² großen Spa in den
ätherischen Ölen zur Anwendung, die beim “Sunshine State Scrub” eingesetzt werden.
Papillon the Spa in Westgate Lakes
touts its Papillon Experience,
a signature deep-kneading massage,
and its Moor Mud Detoxifying Body Wrap,
among many offerings at the 10,000-square-foot (900-square-meter) haven of relaxation.
Euro Spa & Salon in Winter Park
in Winter Park
is one of Orlando’s original spas.
The 4,000-square-foot (360-square-meter) facility
features proven spa techniques like the Marine Algae,
Black Mud and Dead Sea Salt body treatments.
In addition to the 10 destination spas, many of the area’s
resorts offer pampering options for guests including Orlando World
Center Marriott, Sheraton World Resort, Renaissance Orlando Resort at
SeaWorld and Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin.
for the Orlando area will continue to grow – a full-service spa
is planned for the Regent Winter Park, a 150-room luxury hotel expected to open in 2006.