Thailand offers travellers some of the finest spas in Asia and
there are sufficient spas in Bangkok to meet every need, whether
it is simply for a massage or for a far more rejuvenating and
There are literally hundreds of spas in Bangkok, some
inside the major hotels, and others which are generally much
cheaper in price but often equally as good, independent.
The guide of the best spas in Bangkok below should help you to
make a more informed decision.
Many spas are now even offering courses in how to massage,
enabling travellers or local residents to learn the skills needed
to be able to try a relaxing massage at home.
Below we look at some of the finest spas available to you in
the city of smiles - Bangkok - with a look at the interior of the
spas, treatments they offer and a price guide which should help
you to choose the best spa for your individual needs. If you are
only in Bangkok on holiday or for business, it is worthwhile
remembering that many of the better spas offer a complimentary
pick up service.
Six Senses Spa at The Pacific City Club - Opened in May 2013,
this new spa is aiming to become one of the best stand alone spas
in the city. Managed by Six Senses Spas, one of the leading names
in the spa business, you should expect nothing but the best here.
dvn spa and Wellbeing centre - Located in the heart of Bangkok,
opposite the Emporium Department store.
i.sawan at the Grand Hyatt - Review to come.
Oasis Bangkok - located on Sukhumvit Soi 31. Review to come.
More spas in Bangkok to come. If you would like your spa to be
listed here, or for us to film your spa and interview the Spa
for more details.
HD Video of Ananda Spa at President
Solitaire in Bangkok (without interview)