11 Of The Most Luxurious & Relaxing Spas In Paris

Unwind and get pampered in Paris’ finest spas.

Whether you’re decompressing after a long flight or simply treating yourself because you deserve it, going to the spa is never a bad idea. Enjoy facials, massages, and steam baths galore with the finest skincare brands in the country. Here are 11 of the most luxurious and relaxing Paris spas.

Spa Clarins & myBlend

37 Av. Hoche, 75008, Paris, France

Spa My Blend by Clarins
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Located inside the hotel Le Royal Monceau Raffles, Spa Clarins & myBlend is the most bang for your buck luxurious experience in Paris. When you pay an extra €50 on top of whichever treatments you chose, you get to feel like a VIP with access to all spa facilities. Spa My Blend is home to the longest hotel pool in Paris at 75 feet long. It sits against a wall of mirrors, giving it the appearance of an infinity pool, with a skylight above and a fully stocked snack bar nearby for when you get hungry. There’s a hammam and a sauna for peak relaxation, and four fitness rooms including a Thai boxing studio and Pilates room. The spa uses Clarins and My Blend products for all treatments, both of which are tailored to each person’s specific skin type. Perfect for travelers, the spa offers several treatments specifically for after long plane rides, like the full body sculpt Anti Jet-Lag Stopover.

Ritz Club

17 Pl. Vendôme, 75001, Paris, France

Ritz Club
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The Ritz Club, located in the Ritz hotel that Coco Chanel lived in for over 30 years, is an extremely exclusive 2-story spa with crystal chandeliers, velvet couches, and a whole lot chic Parisian charm. The club includes the only Chanel spa in the world, featuring signature massages and facials, using Chanel skincare products and exclusive scents and oils that can’t be found anywhere else. There’s a pool inspired by ancient Roman baths, a gym with over 40 group classes every week, and a hair salon run by world famous stylist David Mallett, who does Natalie Portman’s hair. You have to book treatments pretty far in advance, especially around Paris Fashion Week, but the true Chanel spa experience is well worth the wait.

Institut Dior

25 Av. Montaigne, 75008, Paris, France

Institut Dior
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Located in the Hôtel Plaza Athénée is the Institut Dior, a spa dedicated to Dior skincare treatments that “reactivate youthfulness” in every guest. When you arrive, you’ll be directed to a machine that “diagnoses” your skin and tells you what treatment would best fit your needs. Once that’s sorted, you can choose the Dior scent you want the room to smell like during your treatment. This spa is known for some of the best facials in the world, like their Dior micro abrasion treatment with Sapphire crystals, great for anti-aging. There’s also a different couture treatment offered every month. Check out their sensorial massages with exclusive tissue massage techniques, or simply enjoy the free back massage that comes with every treatment. If you have somewhere to be after the spa, the Finishing Touch beauty treatment includes makeup application, so you can leave looking like you’re straight out of an issue of Vogue.

La Maison Guerlain Spa

68 Av. des Champs-Élysées, 75008, Paris, France

La Maison Guerlain Spa
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Opened in 1939, La Maison Guerlain Spa was one of the first beauty institutes in the world. Gold mosaic tiled walls, white marble floors, and a giant glittering chandelier make you feel like you’re walking into a palace rather than a spa. Upon entry, an aesthetician will be available to help you figure out what treatments you should get, according to your needs. Spa facilities include a sauna and a full gym, and the facials are highly recommended. La Maison Guerlain Spa is located next to the flagship Guerlain perfume store so you can stop by for a new bottle after you’re done.

Mandarin Oriental Spa

251 Rue St Honoré, 75001, Paris, France

Mandarin Oriental Spa
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One of the largest spas in Paris, The Mandarin Oriental Spa is a tranquil space that uses a combination of ancient and modern Chinese practices. Upon arrival, you’ll be instructed to take off your shoes and put on some slippers before meeting with a personal therapist who will complete an in-depth consultation and provide treatment recommendations according to your needs. They’ll even suggest how to continue your journey after you leave with nutrition and exercise tips. Single guests are provided with their own spa suites and personal steam rooms, while couples can opt for couple suites with private vitality pools. As for products, award-winning skincare brand Aromatherapy Associates is used unless you splurge for the Guerlain Spa Suite. There are many different treatments to choose from, such as the digital wellness escape, which focuses on alleviating the tension that arises from spending a lot of time on your phone. After your regimen, make sure to check out the 45-foot-long swimming pool, herbal steam room, and fitness and wellness center before you leave.

Nolinski Spa

16 Av. de l'Opéra, 75001, Paris, France

Nolinski Spa
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The Nolinski Spa is an underground mineral spa steps from the Louvre Museum that uses products from the Swiss La Colline skincare brand. The modern yet comfortable space includes a swimming pool and Turkish steam bath, or hammam, for ultimate relaxation. The spa offers 6 kinds of facials ranging from 45 minutes to an hour and a half long, as well as 3 separate facials specifically for men. Consider going for the “Rituel Signature” treatment if you’re feeling extra indulgent, over 2 hours of back-sculpting, volcanic hot stone treatments, and hand and foot reflexology.

Le Bristol Hotel Spa

112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008, Paris, France

Le Bristol Hotel Spa
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Le Bristol Hotel Spa is a haute couture spa with first-rate treatments to match, as one of the only spas in Paris where you can get a caviar facial. There’s a rooftop pool and a steam bath powered by a traditional Russian wood stove. The spa also has an in-house osteopath that assesses where your tension is and gives you a medical grade massage specific to your needs. Parent-child treatments are available, as well as “Midnight in Paris” treatments for couples to enjoy together. Get the La Prairie facial, using products from the luxury Swiss brand only available at Le Bristol.

Hôtel de Crillon Spa

10 Pl. de la Concorde, 75008, Paris, France

Hôtel de Crillon Spa
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The Hôtel de Crillon Spa, AKA Sense, A Rosewood Spa, is partnered with Sisley beauty, a plant-based skincare brand with personalized routines for every skin type. Here, you can enjoy an Art Deco style pool, fitness studio, infrared sauna, and hammam bath before sitting back in the relaxation room featuring a Himalayan salt wall. Treatment offerings include ancient French beauty rituals, such as non-invasive face lifts and soothing scalp massages using peppermint essential oil. There’s also a hair salon run by David Lucas, so you can leave as your best, most refreshed self (with a new do.)

Le Spa at Charme d’Orient Paris

18 Bd du Temple, 75011, Paris, France

Le Spa at Charme d’Orient Paris
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Le Spa at Charme d’Orient Paris is an authentic Turkish sauna that practices the typical hammam ritual. This includes using black soap body scrub from Morocco and soaking in the bath for around 10 minutes. Then you apply a clay body wrap, rinse it off, and begin a full body argan oil massage. The pre bath scrubbing removes dead skin cells and allows the oil to penetrate your skin. You get to choose the scents used for your treatment as well, ranging from floral to fruity. Other treatments include all kinds of massages, facials, and waxing. The spa also sells the products they use, all of which are 100% natural and manufactured in France.

Les Bains du Marais

14 Rue Saint-Fiacre, 75002, Paris, France

Les Bains du Marais
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Les Bains du Marais is a classic Moroccan style steam room in the heart of Paris. While it may not be as luxurious as some other spas, it’s a great place to go if you’re looking for the traditional hammam experience. Before entering the bath, you’ll be instructed to rinse off and provided with a glove for full body exfoliation that will leave your skin silky smooth. Other treatments include scented steam baths, body wraps, and waxing. There is also a Kevin Murphy hair salon and Opi nail bar for some extra pampering. The massages are a bit more rigorous here, but still very relaxing and great for releasing tension. Don’t forget to visit The Life restaurant inside the spa for fantastic Mediterranean cuisine day or night.

Free Persephone

66 Bd Raspail, 75006, Paris, France

Free Persephone
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Opened in 2015, Free Persephone is a beauty concept store and day spa offering full body massages, facials, manicures, and pedicures. Founder Lauren Creecy is a former perfumer, and the space always smells like her custom fragrances. Free Persephone’s motto is “spring every day,” showcasing a bright, floral interior all year long. Creecy wanted to create a place where people could hangout and relax together, offering workshops such as bag painting, perfect for a group hangout. There’s also a tea house inside, with organic juices, teas, and pastries to enjoy while you relax.

Meghan St. Pierre

Content Editor Associate

Meghan is a native of South Florida who loves nature and landscape photography. Her favorite travel activities are getting lost in new cities and trying local desserts. She has been to 22 countries, and her favorites have been Sweden and Denmark so far.

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