Luxury Spas in India

Spa industry in India has seen some phenomenal growth in recent years. Body & soul treatments have reach new levels – simply incredible and not to be found in any other place in this planet!

Kerala, with its ayurvedic roots, has emerged as a hot destination for SPA tourism. You’ll also find here some wonderfully refreshing SPA destination in the mountains, and enticing SPA resort.

Most SPAs in this great country offer not only skin treatments and massages, but include a number of different therapies, such as reflexology, hydrotherapy, aromatherapy, and meditation that will transform you to the different levels of serenity and tranquility.

Here are the top  best luxury spas in India:



1. Ananda In the Himalayas Spa, Rishikesh   

The Ananda In the Himalayas is an award-winning SPA in India, set against the soothing background of the Himalayas. The spacious destination SPA is built on a Maharaja’s palace estate.Their therapeutic treatments are based on traditional Indian practices of ayurveda, yoga and meditation.There’s also an enticing boutique, stocking everything from music to organic food. A three night minimum stay is required here.




2. Kaya Kalp – The Royal Spa, Agra

Opened in March 2008 and declared the “World’s Best City Spa” top among best spas in India, by the UK’s Tatler Magazine within six months, Kaya Kalp is a SPA like no other. Spread over 99,000 square feet of unsurpassed opulence, it could very well be the biggest spa in Asia. However, it’s the jaw dropping grandeur of the SPA that will take your breath away.







3. Wildflower Hall Spa, Delhi

Set amongst cedar forests, with fresh air and a view of snow capped mountains, the Spa Pavilion at the Oberoi’s Wildflower Hall Resort is a haven of tranquility. Twice voted “India’s Best Spa Resort” in the World Travel Awards, the spa uses plant and flower essences in its aromatherapy and Ayurveda based.




Which one is your favourite, place a comment and share with friends for their next best Spas in India Experience .

By Ola Wiecka

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