Star Treatments: 10 Best Spas in Los Angeles

January 29, 2019 0 0

The best spas in Los Angeles, California offer more than great excuses to pamper yourself and escape the hustle and bustle of the city. These venues also offer places to rest, rejuvenate, and live like a movie star. Why not take a long overdue break you and treat your mind, body, and soul to some sweet relaxation? Better yet, why not grab friends or family and make a day out of it? If you’re ready to detox, the following list – your inside guide to several of the best spas in Los Angeles – can help. Now, inhale… exhale… and see below for where to go.

Name Location Description
The Spa at The Ritz-Carlton Los Angeles 900 W Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90015
The Spa takes the red carpet treatment to heart, and offers top-notch services that will make you feel award-show-ready. Case in point: The Champagne & Shimmer Body treatment will leave you soothed and practically glowing as you’re covered with a dusting of 24-karat gold powder.
The Raven Spa 2910 Rowena Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90039
Thai massage is The Raven’s specialty. Beyond this, they offer Hawaiian Hot Stone, Swedish, Deep Tissue, and even custom massages to create treatments that are crafted by professionals to suit your every personal need.
Ciel Spa 465 La Cienega Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Ciel Spa in the SLS Beverly Hills offers more types of facials than you knew existed – and a few treatments you may never have heard of as well. IV Therapy (a customized influx of vitamins) and Endermologie (a skin and fat stimulation technique) are a few of the less conventional offerings up for grabs here.
The Peninsula Spa 9882 S Santa Monica Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
This rooftop oasis features a refreshing assortment of facials, body wraps, and custom treatments that will bring out your inner movie star. Sip some tea in the Serenity Longue or experience the calm of the eucalyptus steam room between treatments.
The Now 7611 Beverly Blv
Los Angeles, CA 90036
The Now isn’t a spa – it’s a massage boutique that invites you to disconnect from outside distractions and reconnect with yourself. Walk-ins are welcome if you need a quiet moment during your lunch break or a pit stop on your busy weekend.
Wi Spa 2700 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90057
You can relax literally any time of day at Wi Spa, a 24-hour relaxation destination. This is a Korean-style facility, meaning you’ll find an array of baths on offer. The venue even invites you to bring the whole family as there is a kids-friendly floor so tots don’t have to miss out on the fun.
Glen Ivy Hot Springs Spa 25000 Glen Ivy Rd
Corona, CA 92883
Offering 19 different pools and mineral baths to choose from, you can spend a whole day at this retreat. You can even treat your skin to a full-body clay mask or one of many facials here. Add on the eye soother for an extra treat.
ONE Spa 1 Pico Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90405
ONE Spa at Shutters on the Beach lets you craft your own treatment for the experience you want and deserve. Maybe you’re in the mood for a Swedish massage with lavender aroma, or a deep tissue massage focused on muscle comfort. At ONE, you get to decide.
Spa Montage 25 North Canon Dr
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Spa Montage features all the amenities you can dream of: Whirlpools, saunas, fireplaces, steam rooms, a boutique, and more. It’s also home to the Kim Vo Salon, so you can get all your beautifying treatments in one place.
Burke Williams 925 N. La Brea Ave
Hollywood, CA
Aside from your standard spa offerings, Burke Williams invites you to be pampered on a Transformative Journey. These all-day experiences combine facials, massages, mani/pedis, and aromatherapy to create a spa day unlike any other.



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Ciara Corcoran

Assistant Editor Ciara is a DC native and East Coast roamer with degrees in both English Professional Writing and Drama & Theatre Studies from Elon University. She's written for a variety of publications including Highway 64, Travel Writing at Elon, and Odyssey. More of her work can be found at

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