From beaches and baths to more-unconventional offerings, these are our Editors' Choice Award winners for Best Amenities.
We had the opportunity to revisit Lake Austin Spa Resort as an overnight guest. Here is our review of this Hill Country retreat, just outside Austin.
Many Hideaway Report-recommended properties offer on-site spas and fitness centers. But the list below showcases 13 of our favorite wellness retreats.
An inviting spa should act as a sanctuary for rest, relaxation and rejuvenation. The following three wellness retreats were our members' favorites.
Owned by the indigenous Haida Nation, Ocean House is a new 12-room floating ecolodge in British Columbia.
Bardessono claimed the top spot on this list, giving it two first-place rankings in the 2016 Readers' Choice Awards.
The benefits of thalassotherapy have been known for centuries. In 414 B.C., Euripides wrote that "the sea cures all human ailments."
Andrew Harper subscribers voted Acqualina and Calistoga Ranch as the most popular two resorts on this list, and two European properties made the list this year.
I have long had particular affection for the English city of Bath, with its Georgian crescents of golden Cotswold limestone. The Romans built a bathing complex over a thermal spring in the first century A.D.
After listening to Parisian friends extol the pleasures and physical benefits of their annual weeklong thalassotherapy cure in Quiberon, on the coast of Brittany, we finally decided to take the plunge ourselves.
Each year, we ask our readers choose their favorite spa resorts. From the American southwest to Indonesia, discover some of the best spas in the world.
This year's Favorite Spa Resort list is filled with properties from the United States, including those in Arizona, Massachusetts, California, Texas and Hawaii. A few international destinations made the list, as well, including Cambodia, Mexico and Thailand.