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Sydney Spa Hotels | Best Spa Hotels in Sydney

Sydney, the capital of New South Wales, qualifies for one of the best-looking cities in the world. Land and sea exist in perfect harmony here, and national parks bring in a wealth of flora and fauna to the mix. The Harbour City is also home to gorgeous built forms, including the Sydney Opera House, the sky-high Harbour Bridge, and myriad samplings of neo-classical, Art Deco, and Italian architecture existing in sync with glittering modern high-rises. One of the largest cities in Australia, and one of the most breathtaking cities in the world, Sydney deserves to be admired from the peace and quiet of a luxurious room. And it makes for a beautiful backdrop for rejuvenating spa treatments crafted to pamper you. Find these at one of the many luxe spa hotels in Sydney. Here are the ones that we recommend.

 


# 1

Quay West Suites Sydney

Offering an unbeatable location and a well-rounded package of amenities, Quay West Suites is the ideal base for an extended vacation in Sydney. Set in the historic Rocks precinct, it offers calming views of Sydney Harbour, in addition to overlooking the Opera House, the Harbour Bridge, and the glittering cityscape all around. Wynyard Station is just 10 minutes away on foot. Within the sleek hotel building are a range of 1- and 2-bedroom apartment-style suites, complete with functional kitchens, laundry facilities, spacious bathrooms, dining areas and lounges, and spectacular views of either the harbor or the cityscape. There are multiple dining options for guests who’re not up for cooking, and a dedicated relaxation deck with spa and fitness facilities to cater to your leisure hours. This deck includes an indoor pool with exquisite tiling, along with a hot tub, a sundeck to laze in while marveling at views over Sydney, and a spa offering express and extended facials, massages and skincare treatments of your choosing. A full-service fitness center flanks the spa and relaxation facility.


 


# 2

The Langham Sydney

This Rocks district hotel is housed in an elegant low-rise building inspired by its heritage precinct. The Queen Victoria Building is just over a mile away, and the Sydney Opera House is not much farther. Enjoy your downtime in the refined rooms and suites at the Langham, which are finished in soothing whites and feature elegant details and artwork. Many of them have private balconies and their own kitchenettes. Relax in the hotel’s charming tea room, or over a meal at the chic European restaurant. Better still, carve out a few hours from your schedule and spend them at the Langham’s Chuan day spa. Sporting stylish, mood-lit interiors, this underground sanctuary offers a blend of traditional and modern spa treatments. Try the signature Sea Cream Facial, the Chuan Yu Facial based on ancient Gua Sha techniques, or the Dr Babor range of cosmeceutical facials. Signature massages at Chuan include Absolute Aromatherapy, Champagne Pear full body massages, hot and cold stone therapy, and deep muscular stress relief massages. Combine treatments of your choosing in consultation with your therapist, to craft your own bespoke experience. Or make a whole afternoon of it, and soak up some sun in the Palm Court over aromatherapy, relaxed massages, and afternoon tea.


 


# 3

Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour

Set right at the edge of Sydney Harbour, with the Royal Botanic Gardens to one side and the Sydney Opera House just a pleasant stroll away, Pullman Quay Grand has a location that’s hard to match up to. You’ll find a plethora of sightseeing, shopping and dining options within walking distance of the hotel, or a short train or ferry ride away. Accommodation at this all-suite hotel is designed to capitalize on its breathtaking setting. Every suite opens onto a generous balcony, where you can sit back and admire the beauty of Sydney Harbour or the Royal Botanic Gardens. For added measure, the suites have their own whirlpool tubs. Pullman Quay Grand encourages you to take a break from your usual time-strapped schedule, and enjoy a drink at the waterfront bar, or head up to the relaxation deck on the 2nd floor. One of the primary draws of this hotel, the relaxation deck has floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the harbor, and houses a heated lap pool, a full-service gym, a sauna, and a spa. Massages can be booked through the day, and ordered in-suite as well.


 


# 4

The Darling

True to its name, the Darling has earned the status of one of Sydney’s most-loved hotels. As part of the Star City casino complex, it puts you right in the midst of the most frequented tourist area in Sydney. Walk to Darling Harbour or admire gorgeous water views from the comfort of your room. Speaking of which, rooms and suites here are sunlit sanctuaries, with custom designed beds, stylish wall art, and lovely views through floor-to-ceiling windows. They make for the perfect place to return to after a meal at the David Chang restaurant, or some wellness therapy at the luxurious day spa. The Darling Spa presents a curated collection of sensory experiences from around the world, and uses skincare products from brands like La Prairie and ESPA. There are 11 treatment rooms here, 2 couples’ suites, a beautiful Moroccan hammam, a steam room and a Jacuzzi, together placing this on the list of the largest spas in Sydney. Facials tailored to your skin type, body wraps to hydrate the skin, and a fine range of massages using Eastern and Western techniques, give the Darling Spa its extensive menu. Go for a signature treatment, or make a spa date with your partner or a loved one to make the most of this lavish wellness destination.


 


# 5

QT Sydney

At first glance, QT will probably not strike you as a place you go to when you’re looking to unwind. Sitting pretty in the heart of Sydney’s shopping district, and making a florid, almost over-the-top quirky statement, it exudes way too much energy to be associated with relaxation. But in line with its clever play of classical architecture and eccentric interiors, QT also manages to combine restful comfort with its buzzy feel. Guest rooms here take a break from the heady mix of Art Deco, Gothic and Italian elements found in the public areas of the hotel, and offer plush comfort with chic accents and rare hints of original wood paneling. You can enjoy a relaxing soak in your own bathtub, and sleep like royalty in your king-sized bed. And if you don’t yet feel relaxed enough, there’s always spaQ to look after you. Stained glass ceilings and soft lighting will greet you, along with a soothing footbath ritual. You can then opt for any of the rejuvenating massages and treatments on the menu; some highlights include thermal massages, pregnancy massages, facials by USPA and Kerstin Florian, coffee and sea kelp wraps, and plenty more. QT offers stay packages built around the spaQ experience, ranging from half-day sessions with lunch included, to an entire weekend of pampering.


 


# 6

Westin Sydney

The Westin Sydney showcases an enchanting juxtaposition of classic and modern takes on luxury. This George Street hotel operates out of two buildings, the former General Post Office that now houses heritage rooms, and a modern high-rise flanking it. Both buildings bring their own unique character to your Westin experience, but both offer luxuries including custom designed beds and in-room massages and treatments crafted especially for you. Massages range from gentle to deep tissue, and are based on Swedish techniques. They are available in 60- and 90-minute versions, depending on your itinerary. Opt for a wellness program while booking your stay to round up your spa treatments with healthy food and fitness regimens.


 


# 7

Sheraton on the Park Sydney

Tuned in to the preferences of travelers who appreciate the finer things, Sheraton on the Park combines a serene setting and poetic views with a brilliant line-up of 5-star luxuries. Housed in an imposing modern high-rise overlooking the lush Hyde Park, it places you just over a mile away from the Opera House, and less than 2 miles from Sydney Observatory. Inside the hotel is an ambiance of elegance and style, extending to its 500+ rooms and suites, and to its relaxed public areas. Floor 22 is home to the On The Park Rejuvenation Spa, which flaunts a rooftop pool, a relaxation terrace overlooking Hyde Park, a Jacuzzi, sauna and steam room, and 5 treatment rooms plus a couple’s spa suite. Treatments offered here include detoxifying, hydrating and age-defying facials, immune recovery, aromatherapy, hot stone and sacred scalp massages, a variety of body wraps and polishes, and custom rituals crafted for your specific rejuvenation needs.


 


# 8

Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney

Radisson Blu Plaza occupies a rather famous building that has earlier served as the Fairfax offices and the Bank of New South Wales. Today, its ornate Beaux Arts façade continues to make a solid statement on the streets of Sydney’s business district, and encloses polished modern interiors optimized for comfort and convenience. Rooms here have plenty of natural light, and the premium range includes private balconies and whirlpool tubs. Radisson Blu Plaza is also home to a health club and spa, comprised of a gym, an indoor pool, a hot tub and sauna, and treatment rooms offering massages ranging from 30-minute to 120-minute versions, facials, body wraps and exfoliation treatments, and salon services including manicures, pedicures and waxing. Guests can also enjoy these treatments in the privacy of their own rooms for a small additional fee.


 


# 9

Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney

A haven of relaxation in the heart of Sydney’s bustling CBD, Amora Hotel Jamison is well within walking distance of Wynyard train station, the Rocks district, and Circular Quay. Darling Harbour and Sydney Opera House are less than 2 miles away. The luxurious day spa at this hotel is its primary crowd puller, though its guestrooms are comfortable and streamlined as well. At Amora Spa, you’ll be treated to a range of Asian-inspired wellness experiences, and spend time at the pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, or exercise room. Spa treatments here are customized as per your skin type and relaxation needs, and include everything from quick 30-minute express massages, to body scrubs and facials using organic ingredients, to stress-relieving and circulation-enhancing massages. You can also create your own bespoke spa package by combining multiple treatments into a full day’s worth of indulgence.


 


# 10

Swissotel Sydney

A well-located hotel set right in the midst of the Central Business District hubbub, Swissotel is a 5-minute walk away from Hyde Park, surrounded by a plethora of retail outlets and boutiques, and within minutes of the Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and the Royal Botanic Gardens. Designed with relaxation in mind, the rooms here feature calming colors, chic furniture, and city views. Upgrade to one of the Signature Skyline units for panoramic views extending right up to the Blue Mountains, and escape into uninterrupted bliss at the Spa & Sport, the hotel’s wellness center. This recently renovated day spa has serene treatment rooms offering treatments that combine ancient healing philosophies with state-of-the-art techniques. The Pürovel Alpine Spring Massage is a specialty, and all treatments employ organic products that are gentle on sensitive skin. Complete your spa day with a dip in the heated rooftop pool.


 


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