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The pint-sized independent principality of Andorra, situated between France and Spain in the Pyrenees, offers an excellent selection of luxury spas in many of its hotels and health complexes – even the largest mountain spa in Europe. Perfect for combining with a ski or summer hiking break, here’s our pick of the best spas in Andorra.
Situated in the chic capital Andorra la Vella, this hotel is a smart option for your next visit. The spa is small but has a Turkish bath, sauna and hydromassage showers. Treatments are available on request. The rooms also lend themselves to a spot of relaxation, with exposed brick walls, geometric detailing, faux fur pillows and neutral colours.
Located in the ski resort of Arinsal, the Hotel Princesa Parc offers guests a calming spa, perfect for relaxing those muscles after spending time on the slopes. Sweat it out in one of two saunas, chill out in the hammam or marble caldarium, unwind in the hydromassage pools and refresh yourself at the ice fountain. Massages and treatments such as wraps and facials are available.
The Spa Xalet Bringué in El Serrat, northwest Andorra, is a Greco-Roman-inspired wellness area. Decorated in tiles and images of ancient Greek and Roman statues, it features a Roman caldarium, tepidarium and frigidarium. Other elements include a Finnish sauna, hammam, ice bath, Scottish shower and aero-massage jets.
This thermal spa in Escaldes-Engordany offers the latest hydrotherapy treatments and is fed by natural mineral hot springs, the 70C (158F) thermal waters filled with sulphide and sulphur ions. The waters are particularly effective for treating bone problems, arthritis and respiratory issues. The spa features a swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and cardio area.
Located in Soldeu, the spa at the Hotel Piolets offers 1,000sqm (10,763sqft) of relaxation space with stunning mountain views. There’s a sauna, whirlpool baths and jacuzzis and there are special family sessions so that you can take the kids along, too.
Esme Fox contributed additional reporting to this article.