Best Hotel Spas for a Good Detox

Oyster.com's picks for best hotel spas for a good detox.
Still need to unwind after a hectic or tense holiday season? Well, Oyster.com has a few suggestions to help you decompress. Check out their list of top hotel spas that provide great treatments to help you start the New Year renewed and rejuvenated.
Relax in this 8,000-square-foot spa with saunas, steam rooms and experience showers that have variable pressure and colored lighting. Every treatment here is top-notch, which is why we’d head straight for a Detox Massage, which is $180 for 60 minutes. Therapists at the Rodeo Spa use specific massage techniques to flush out kidney, liver and other bodily toxins that will relax your mind and body.

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James Foster

If you’re sensitive to the touch, Try a luxe body wrap if you’re sensitive to the touch. We recommend the Organic Skin Renewal Wrap, priced at $150 for 50 minutes. You’re literally enveloping yourself in a warm blanket. Kick off the year with renewed, glowing skin thanks to varying antioxidants, jojoba oils and butterfly-bush extract.
Relax outdoors amidst a rooftop bamboo garden. An esthetician will draw you a private whirlpool tub with seasonally sourced ingredients, while you sip on fruit-infused water. Spa Vital’s Bathing Ritual costs $65 for 25 minutes. Try the cucumber eye wash after a long night on the town; you’ll thank us later.
Touting itself as the city’s top spa, ESPA doesn’t fall short of its claim, offering a variety of Asian and Ayurvedic treatments to chill out. The aromatherapy massages aren’t your typical sensory overload experience. This spa offers 4 different scents to treat a variety of winter “blues”. We love the Detox Massage, which costs $195 for 60 minutes, and the use of citrus oils, a natural diuretic. Another great option is the Immune Booster, which features eucalyptus extract to ward off colds and viruses.
Albeit pricey, this space is Boston’s only 5-star spa, and its signature treatment is tailored to your specific needs. After a private consultation with your therapist, specific oils and scents are selected for your super-long, tension-busting massage, which will cost $260 for 140 minutes. Before leaving, you’ll also receive a customized nutrition and exercise plan from the fitness center based on your own needs.
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