The Best Luxury Wellness Spots & Spas In Paris

The Best Luxury Wellness Spots & Spas In Paris

Paris may be known as the city of romance, but its wellness scene is just as noteworthy, welcoming a new slew of new openings around the city from luxury yoga studios to expert skincare facialists. Much like the many sectors travellers flock to Paris for, like its collection of top-notch hotels and endless Michelin eats, the wellness scene is just as sophisticated and takes no shortcuts in providing the best of holistic health in serene settings. Here are the best luxury wellness spots and spas in Paris for an elevated self-care experience…

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HoY Paris (House of Yoga)

Deemed as Paris’ House of Yoga, the minimalist hotel is a retreat in the heart of the city, offering daily hot yoga, spa treatments and plant-base cuisine for a memorable and healthy urban holiday. From the moment you walk in, staff are attentive and are happy to provide anything you need, with a core focus on health and wellbeing at the forefront. Yoga is one of the main pillars, a representation of living in the present moment and each of the 22 rooms are equipped with natural air purifiers, dance bars for stretching and yoga sets for in-room practice. Be sure to check out the MESA de HOY, Yoga Studio and La Florería, all specially created to upgrade your stay in Paris.

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L’Institut du Luxembourg

Marvel at the beautiful Parisian architecture at L’Institut du Luxembourg, also home to refined decorations, a baroque-meets-modern interior and a plethora of treatments to indulge in. The property houses five treatment rooms, a nail bar, a fitness area and a Hammam for you to experiencethe art of French beauty coupled with the benefits of aromatherapy. 

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En Salon

Japanese beauty space En Salon takes an immersive approach to holistic personalised care, striving to support your constantly changing beauty needs through skincare. The temple oasis was designed by architectural firm Archiee which brought an ethereal setting adorned with modern furnishings. Guests come here to try the facials and body massages, performed by expert therapists using Japanese and French techniques. Don’t forget to check out the matcha tea sourced from Yakushima Island and the Sea Mud from Okinawa—and if you decide to purchase it, it’s worth the splurge.

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KShanti Yoga

Located within an old church, KShanti Yoga is a stunning yet cosy yoga studio that teaches many different yoga classes, from Hatha and Vinyasa to Jivamukti. Discover yourself in the chic setting that welcomes you with friendly, helpful staff and a pair of slippers to slide into upon entering before embarking on your relaxing class ahead.   

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NUXE Spa has locations across the globe which are renowned for their luxurious settings and five-star treatments. Its Paris location is no exception, offering an intimate sensory journey filled with alluring fragrance to uplift your experience. As one of the trendiest spas in town, NUXE should not be missed on a wellness trip to Paris.

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Tata Harper at Le Bristol by La Prairie

Sunlight streams in Le Bristol by La Prairie, a serene spa that features a lively interior garden, eight treatment rooms including a Russian Banïya and a sleek swimming pool. Soothe yourself with Tata Harper’s onsite treatments, using 100% natural and non-toxic treatments, all formulated on a certified organic farm on Vermont. The Energising Body Treatment is a must and is the perfect post-flight relaxation technique to restore the mind and body.

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Faye Bradley

Faye Bradley is the editor and business development manager at Compare Retreats. She is an avid writer, editor, illustrator and yogi who is passionate about all things wellness, travel and the arts.

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