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The Best Spas in Mexico City for Couples

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Updated: 20 April 2018
There’s no better way to relax on vacation than indulge in a little R&R. And what could be better than taking the time to chill out with the most important person in your life? Here are seven spas in Mexico City where you and your lover can go to rest, relax and rejuvenate.

Remède Spa

Remède Spa in Mexico City’s St. Regis Hotel is known as one of the best spas in the city, with incredible views of the urban landscape below and top-notch services. In 2016, they inaugurated their Sol & Luna Spa Suite, a VIP private treatment room designed specifically for couples. The experience here is totally customizable and can even include a food pairing from the hotel restaurant chef. Don’t forget to take advantage of the private Swiss shower and steam room.

Remède Spa, Paseo de la Reforma 439, Cuauhtémoc, CDMX, Mexico, +52 55 5228 1828

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Hela Spa

The Hela Spa in Polanco offers Nordic massages, facials and full body treatments. They have a Hela for Two package, which includes a champagne tasting, chocolates, and massages, with plenty of time to chill and be together. There is also a jacuzzi and steam room available every time you book a session.

Hela Spa, Campos Elíseos 218, Piso 10, Hotel Presidente Intercontinental, Miguel Hidalgo, Polanco, CDMX, Mexico, +52 55 5280 3716

Aurora Spa

With a three-night minimum stay at Las Alcobas, enjoy a Retreat Package at Aurora Spa, which comes with two 60-minute massages for you and your beloved. They also offer a Scrub Bar, where you can choose from a variety of ingredients to indulge in your own personal scrub session.

Aurora Spa, Presidente Masaryk 390, Polanco, Miguel Hidalgo, CDMX, Mexico, +52 55 3300 3900

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Heavenly Spa

Located inside the Westin Santa Fe Hotel, Heavenly Spa’s couples package includes a 50-minute Swedish or deep-tissue massage, followed by a 30-minute soak in the jacuzzi with eucalyptus oil for ultimate relaxation. While you soak, you can sip champagne and nibble on chocolate truffles. For even more privacy, the Westin offers in-room treatments—great for honeymooners who don’t want to leave their room!

Heavenly Spa, Av. Javier Barros Sierra 540, Santa Fe, Zedec Sta Fé, CDMX, Mexico, +52 55 5089 8000

Habita Spa

Maybe you and your loved one need to balance and rejuvenate more than just your bodies. The Habita Spa offers a bevy of alternative treatments to choose from that do just that: their Tui Na massage releases your energy flow, reflexology focuses on your feet, hands and body to help heal your internal organs, and the Diamond Crystal Massage restores balance and energy flow.

Habita Spa, Av. Pdte. Masaryk 201, Polanco, Polanco V Secc, CDMX, Mexico, +52 55 5282 3100

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Urban Day Spa by Aqua

Besides the romance of the Live Aqua Mexico City rooms, you can also enjoy a Love Package for two at their Urban Day Spa. The package includes two 50-minute Swiss massages, two body buffs, and hydrotherapy for two. All for just a little over US $200.

Urban Day Spa by Aqua, Paseo de Los Tamarindos 98, Bosque de las Lomas, Cuajimalpa, CDMX, Mexico, +52 55 9177 8400

Masajes En Dharma

The folks at Masajes En Dharma spa near Mexico City’s iconic Angel de Independencia offers a range of couples massages from around US $75 to US $145. They will take your reservation or come to your location with their home massage for couples services. This is a great option for couples visiting the city and staying with friends or in an Airbnb.

Masajes En Dharma, Calle Río Tiber 27, Cuauhtémoc, CDMX, Mexico, +52 55 1636 1045