The Best Spa Retreats in Orlando

Take a break from the rollercoaster of attractions in Orlando with a spa treatment at a hotel such as the Hyatt Regency
Take a break from the rollercoaster of attractions in Orlando with a spa treatment at a hotel such as the Hyatt Regency | Courtesy of Hyatt Regency Orlando / Expedia
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12 July 2021

Unwind in the Jacuzzi or treat yourself to a hot-stone massage treatment after a long day pacing the theme park at these top spa retreats in Orlando, Florida.

If you’ve had a day of long flights, bumpy car rides, possibly accompanied by restless family members, treating yourself to a day of pampering is the perfect way to start a trip to Orlando. Whether you opt for a full body massage or steamy facial, spa treatments are a way to carve out time for you at any stage of your vacation. Make life easy for yourself by booking into one of these top spa retreats in Orlando, Florida.

Rosen Shingle Creek

Resort, Spa Hotel, Golf Hotel, Hotel
4.6/5 (1070 Reviews)
Rosen Shingle Creek
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From $115 Per night per room
If a full spa day is calling your name, then look no further than the Rosen Shingle Creek. Enjoy the sounds and scents of tropical Florida while indulging in one of their treatments. While you can book any you like, the highlight is Day at the Creek. This is a three-hour long session, featuring a Himalayan salt stone massage, signature fitness facial and tropical infusion manicure and pedicure.
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The Ritz-Carlton Orlando

Boutique Hotel, Resort, Spa Hotel, Golf Hotel
4.6/5 (965 Reviews)
The Ritz-Carlton Orlando 2
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From $359 Per night per room
The Ritz-Carlton Spa spans 40,000 sq ft (3,700 sq m). The enormous size is matched by the large list of services and amenities, including a lap pool, plunge pool, steam room, massages, paraffin hand treatments and therapy baths. When hunger strikes, there is an in-spa restaurant, serving up tasty light lunches and snacks throughout the day.
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Waldorf Astoria Orlando

Spa Hotel
4.5/5 (950 Reviews)
Waldorf Astoria Orlando
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From $353 Per night per room
Fancy a spa retreat right in the heart of bustling Walt Disney World? The Waldorf Astoria Spa has 22 treatment areas, so there’s plenty of rooms for every adult in your traveling party to enjoy private time. We recommend the Himalayan salt therapy, which takes place in a room filled with salt bricks. It is said to clean the airways and skin, as well as aid muscle recovery and your overall wellbeing.
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Westgate Lakes Resort and Spa

Resort, Spa Hotel, Apartment
4/5 (2838 Reviews)
Westgate Lakes Resort
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From $156 Per night per room
The Serenity Spa by Westgate is a retreat from the crowds just outside the resort in Orlando. The full service spa offers massages, salon services, manicures and pedicures. It’s a tranquil space with waterfalls and plunge pools to relax near while waiting for your treatment to start. Treatments change seasonally throughout the year, so there’s always something new to try.
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  • Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center

    Resort, Spa Hotel
    4.2/5 (1309 Reviews)
    Gaylord Palms Resort
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    From $255 Per night per room
    The hotel spa name, Relâche, comes from the French for “letting go” and that’s exactly what you’ll be doing here. Some of the highlights at this hotel spa include separate men’s and women’s lounges, massages, hair and scalp treatments, and body wraps. The spa even has services for kids, so you can treat your little prince or princess to something special while on vacation.
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    Hilton Orlando

    Spa Hotel
    4.3/5 (944 Reviews)
    Hilton Orlando
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    From $213 Per night per room
    The Eforea spa at the Hilton has a plethora of treatments, including hot-stone massages and vitamin C facials, as well as pool-side cabana packages. No matter what service you choose, you’ll be offered complimentary infused water, tea, coffee and fruit. As part of your spa day, you can also enjoy the on-site pool, fitness center and steam room.
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    Hyatt Regency Orlando

    Spa Hotel
    4.6/5 (1923 Reviews)
    Hyatt Regency Orlando 2
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    From $180 Per night per room
    If being close to the big attractions, as well as a spa, is a priority, then the Hyatt Regency is the right choice. The spa offers massages, facials, body treatments, and outdoor serenity pools. For those travelers who prefer time alone, a self-guided, pre-packaged spa experience is one you can enjoy in the comfort of your hotel room.
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    Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek

    Resort, Spa Hotel
    4.4/5 (1878 Reviews)
    Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort
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    From $196 Per night per room
    The Blue Harmony Spa at this hotel is a sprawling 5,700 sq ft (530 sq m) and has six private treatment rooms. Alongside the therapies and treatments, the best part about this spa is the daily deals, such as a complimentary glass of champagne on Sundays, 20% off spa services on Mondays, and added hot-stone treatment with any 80-minute massage on Saturdays.
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    Looking for something different? Discover your sense of adventure at the best hotels with a water park in Orlando and book your next stay right here on Culture Trip.There’s plenty of things to keep you busy too, from exploring the most beautiful gardens in Orlando to enjoying natural wonders such as the best springs. Make a weekend of it and bring the whole family along; the kids will enjoy swimming with dolphins while these unusual things to do will keep everyone else entertained.

    These recommendations were updated on July 12, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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