Many of our clients are senior managers, diplomats and politics, whose busy daily schedules do not allow them to rest. To help them to find a place to disconnect and relax, we have prepared this carefully selected options of the best health resorts, spas and luxury treatments in Madrid, to make their stay more bearable and relaxing.

In winter, you may want to pamper yourself in a sauna, a pool or a jacuzzi. Madrid and its surroundings offer several options of health resorts and spas where you can escape for a day or weekend; from the most traditional to the most modern.

If you want to visit a spa nearby, in the city, you have several options of spas and luxury treatments. One of them is the  Spa & Health Club which is situated on the 29th floor of  Eurostars Madrid Tower. It offers unique views of Madrid in an exclusive oasis, creating a luxurious atmosphere. Their massages and specialized treatments provide authentic moments of relaxation and well-being.

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Photo owned by Eurostars Madrid Tower

If you are looking for a complete experience, including leisure, swimming pool, gym, workout classes, beauty treatments, spas and restaurants, Metropolitan  is an excellent choice. It is the largest national chain of Sport, Health and Wellness Centers, which is present all around Spain. In Madrid they have four centers; in Abascal, Eurobuilding, Palacio Santa Ana and in Torre de Cristal.

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Metropolitan Abascal Madrid. Photo owned by Metropolitan

If you are looking for treatments, The Organic Spa Madrid is an ideal choice. Located in the Salamanca district, represents the first Organic Luxury Spa in Madrid, inspired by oriental massage techniques. They offer a personalized VIP treatment with Thai therapists. They promise to pamper every client with the best 100% organic products.

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Photo owned by the Organic Spa Madrid

In the heart of Madrid, near the Puerta del Sol, is located  Hammam Al Ándalus which offers Arab baths. If allows you to make a different plan, escape from the urban routine and get rest and relaxation. The baths are situated under a structure of ancient cisterns that have been recovered using the typical materials of that period, creating a genuine atmosphere with its waters, perfumes and decoration.

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Hammam Al Ándalus Madrid. Photo owned by Groupon

If you would like to escape from the city center, we suggest you different options in the surroundings of Madrid, where you can find spacious facilities in charming buildings with the latest equipment.

At the Hotel Occidental de Aranjuez you will find the U-Spa  which promises the maximum comfort and joy in their treatments. It has a hydrotherapy circuit and a fitness area. The facilities include 5 personalized treatment rooms, a double treatment room, Vichy shower and 2 hydrotherapy rooms with whirlpool and sensory capsule.

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Photo owned by Barceló hotels

Las Thermas de Griñón offer an oasis of 3,200 sqm with a large central pool with a multitude of jets and temperature between 35º and 37º, ice waterfall and pediluvium that help to improve circulation. It also has a Roman bath with 4 swimming pools, which include Mediterranean Sea, Dead Sea, Cantabrian Sea and a colder one with only 14 degrees. You can complete the circuit with a Finnish sauna, a Swedish sauna, a Turkish bath, several jacuzzis and infrared beds. In addition, you can pamper yourself by choosing from a wide range of massages and beauty treatments.

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Photo owned by Thermas de Griñon

The Spa of the Parador of Alcalá de Henares  is the most spectacular place, where the patrimony merge with a contemporary design, under the vaults of the church of a former convent. It is a perfect place to relax your body and mind, offering a range of beauty treatments.

Photo owned by Parador de Alcalá de Henares

From Ivory Escapes we recommend to our clients to complete their stay in our apartments with a visit of one of the health resorts or spas and try some of the luxury treatments that offer Madrid. It represents the ideal complement to enjoy a perfect and relaxing stay in Madrid.

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