Relax yourself in an instant with all kinds of spa treatments from Asia, Australia and Europe.
Pure’s crown jewel is the three-hour whole body Dreaming treatment from Li’Tya (“from the earth”).
'I adore the Arts. It's a big hotel done right. Amazing views, beautiful rooms, great service.'
The spa lies a little bit outside of Zurich's main attractions in a mostly residential area, but easy to get to by car or public transportation. It's inside a renovated brewery. The best parts are the Irish-Roman Spa Ritual (reservations needed to include massage) and the rooftop pool with an amazing view of Zurich and the Alps in the distance.
Although it's right on Drottninggatan, one of Stockholm's busiest shopping streets, it's easy to walk past the entrance to Centralbadet and not see it. It's set back from the street, behind a small garden area. Inside, it offers a range of treatments in a wonderfully old-fashioned building.
Stockholm's most celebrated spa, with a restaurant so good that it even attracts those not interested in the facilities and a list of treatments that never ends. It's also perfect for the flying visitor, since you needn't be a member to book a same-day appointment. Drop in for a traditional Swedish massage and relax in a Moroccan-inspired setting.
Situated on one of Lisbon's seven hills this luxurious and charming hotel offers views of Eduardo VII Park, St. George's Moorish castle, the Old Town and the Tagus River. Like all Four Seasons hotels, the interior decoration is beautiful and elegant and the service top notch. Its central location makes the hotel suitable for both business and leisure travelers.
This luxurious 5-star property built in the 19th century is located on a hilltop overlooking the Tagus River in Lisbon. It has an amazing sub-tropical garden with a beautiful swimming pool. Besides, the hotel has many facilities like a Spa (with Elemis treatments), restaurants, an indoor swimming pool and a gym. Rooms are spacious and very nice.