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Paris: the capital’s finest hotel spas

A veritable ode to well-being, the luxurious spas of Paris’s 5-star hotels offer personalized treatments that soothe stress and muscular tension, boost energy and invite you to take care of yourself. Here’s a closer look at our favorite spas.

Dior Spa Cheval Blanc Paris | Paris 1er

The setting? Nestled in the ultra-luxury Cheval Blanc Paris (LVMH), inaugurated last September, the Dior Spa boasts six singular suites, including the New Look, designed for a six-hand ritual, and the Bonheur, where massage beds rise from the ground for a sensation of weightlessness. Everything invites you to let go: a spectacular 30-metre mosaic-studded pool, sauna, hammam, snow shower, fitness studio and hairdressing salon.

The treatments? They combine exclusive manual techniques (tissue modelling, sensory awakenings) with cutting-edge technology, including micro-abrasion with sapphire crystals, which amplifies the skin's receptivity. Complemented by a toning massage in theForce Sauvage treatment, it lifts the face, reduces signs of fatigue and smoothes the eyes.

Good to know? Created by François Demachy, Cheval Blanc Paris fragrance with jasmine and Grasse rose prolongs olfactory well-being at home (available at the boutique).

Cheval Blanc Paris
8 Quai du Louvre, 75001 Paris

Le Lancaster Private Spa| Paris 8e

The Setting? 100 meters from the Champs-Elysées, Le Lancaster Private Spa is nestled beneath the rooftops of the legendary hotel opened in 1930. The latest stage in the renovation by Jean-Philippe Nuel's architecture studio, the spa suite is nestled on the 8th floor of the Parisian house, offering panoramic views of the Sacré Coeur and the Eiffel Tower from its terrace. The 60 m² cocoon, which includes two treatment tables, a hammam and a large Jacuzzi, can be fully enjoyed in Paris, as a duo or solo treatment, for hotel guests and non-hotel guests alike.

The treatments? Customized treatments, created in collaboration with the TERRE DE MARS brand, include 50-minute facials (moisturizing and anti-wrinkle) and body treatments (coffee scrub, relaxing massage, Sportif Deep Tissue to eliminate muscular tension).

Lancaster Private Spa © Eric Cuvilier

Good to know? TERRE DE MARS is a line of highly concentrated caffeine treatments. Its flagship product, the coffee scrub, has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and exfoliating properties, and increases collagen production.

Hôtel Lancaster Paris
Rue de Berri, 75008 Paris

Le Bristol boasts a refined spa bathed in natural light and opening onto an indoor garden.

Spa des Prés Codage, Pavillon Faubourg Saint-Germain |Paris 7e

The setting? In a cocoon as Saint-Germain-des-Prés is accustomed to, we descend to the basement of the new hotel Pavillon Faubourg Saint-Germain for a moment of ultimate disconnection. The spa is crowned by a beautiful blond stone vault and provides an immediate sensation of envelopment, with its warmth and the aquatic sounds of its heated pool. There are also two treatment rooms, a fitness room, a yoga and meditation room and a hammam.

jérôme Galland

The treatments? After checking in at the hotel lobby, we're taken to the Spa des Prés by Codage, a French vegan cosmetics brand specializing in made-to-measure treatments. After a skin diagnosis, the chosen treatment takes place in one of two small, softly lit rooms: Haute Couture body care, Couture facial care with double cleansing, exfoliation and application of a mix of serums, or a combination of massage and facial care, Codage's expertise immerses us in an ocean of well-being. A herbal tea gently pierces the bubble.

Hotel entrance © Jérôme Galland

Good to know? The spa is open to outside guests from 7:30 am to 9:00 pm. You can also enjoy lunch at the hotel's restaurant, Les Parisiens, or simply turn the pages of one of Gallimard's 1,500 covers in the literary salon.

Pavillon Faubourg Saint-Germain
5 Rue du Pré aux Clercs, 75007 Paris

Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie| Paris 8e

The settingjust a stone's throw from the Palais de l'Elysée, Le Bristol (Oetker Collection), the jewel in the crown of Parisian hotels since 1925, boasts a refined 440m2 spa, flooded with natural light and opening onto an interior garden, with eight cabins, including one dedicated to the Russian banïya ritual, a fitness room, a kids club and a swimming pool overlooking the rooftops.

The treatmentsIn addition to La Prairie face and body treatments, a pioneer in the field of anti-aging cellular therapy, the spa menu also features protocols from the 100% natural brand Tata Harper, including a new treatment calledSensorialResets,exclusive to Le Bristol. This personalized program combines the benefits of plants with the technology of an innovative machine to leave skin cleansed, revitalized and sublimated.

Good to know? For kids in duo with mom or dad, a few treatments using Bonpoint's hypoallergenic range.

Le Bristol Paris
112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris

Spa Akasha -Hôtel Lutetia | Paris 6e

The setting? Created for the new Lutetia, a Belle Époque hotel on the Left Bank, and renovated in 2018 by Jean-Michel Wilmotte, the Akasha Spa resembles a pure, mineral showcase. Spanning 700m2, it features six cabins, a 17-meter pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, hammam, fitness area and hairdresser.

The treatments? True to its philosophy based on the four elements (air, earth, water, fire), the Akasha spa has been offering four holistic experiences since the end of September. Depending on the element chosen, each ritual includes a fitness, yoga or meditation session, an experiential journey (sauna, hammam, pool, cold bath), before a massage of your choice.

Swimming pool at spaAkasha © Lutetia

Hôtel Lutetia
45 boulevard Raspail 75006 Paris

Spa My Blend by Clarins at the Royal Monceau - Raffles Paris| Paris 8e

The setting? A former palace from the Roaring Twenties, reinvented by Philippe Starck, Le Royal Monceau - Raffles Pariscache is a 1,500m2 white paradise, organized around a 23-meter swimming pool. Seven treatment rooms, including a double VIP, are complemented by a sauna, Turkish bath, laconium, sensory shower, four fitness areas, boxing studio and pilates room with Peak machines.

The treatments? this spa illustrates the meeting of Clarins expertise and My Blend high-tech beauty (customized treatments created by Dr. Olivier Courtin). The star treatment is Signature Royale Energie (1h30), an innovative body and face protocol that melts away deep-rooted tensions and restores a radiant face.

Good to know? free spa access for every 2-hour treatment. Additional charge for shorter treatments.

Le Royal Monceau - Raffles Paris
37 avenue Hoche, 75008 Paris

All locations are independently selected by our specialist journalists. If you make a reservation, we may receive an affiliate commission.

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