The Bonnington Hotel is conveniently located on the main route to Dublin Airport. So you can be unpacked and enjoying the hotel’s leisure centre in no time.
The leisure centre has a gym area, but if that sounds too much like hard work there is a jacuzzi, steam room and sauna – a much more relaxing way to work up a sweat, don’t you think?
If you want some ‘me time’ the spa at the Bonnington Hotel has a great choice of blissful therapeutic treatments. These include relaxing massages, full body treatments and facials.
The Bonnington is also family-friendly and the pool is a great way to keep children entertained during your stay. With so much on offer, it is one of the best spa hotels in Dublin for families.
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The Camden Court Hotel is situated right in the heart of one of Dublin’s top foodie areas, Camden Street. So it is one of the best spa hotels in Dublin for those who like to combine restaurants with their relaxing retreats.
The Camden Court Hotel has a gym and 16-metre swimming pool where you can partake in aqua fitness classes. Alternatively, you could just unwind in the jacuzzi, sauna and steam room. There’s also a separate children’s pool too, so this is another great family orientated hotel.
There’s also the Cloud Nine beauty rooms. Here, qualified and professional therapists will massage away any tension and stresses and strains. They’ll also pamper you with beauty treatments and make your mane look massive in the hair saloon. You’ll look fabulous, darling.
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The Castleknock Hotel is situated in the leaf suburbs of Dublin. This location is ideal for those who want to enjoy space and peace and quiet but still be near to the city centre.
In the Castleknock Hotel, you can splash about in the 18-metre swimming pool. You can also sweat it out in the sauna and steam room and relax in the jacuzzi. There’s also a children’s pool area.
When it comes to treatments, let the knowledgable staff take care of you. Whether you get a massage or facial or get your nails, makeup or tan done, you will feel totally pampered.
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If you want to up the style stakes of your spa break in Dublin, then book a room in the five-star Fitzwilliam Hotel. The hotel is in a prime location overlooking St. Stephen’s Green. It’s also right beside the hottest shopping area in Dublin, Grafton Street.
The experts in the Spirit Beauty treatment rooms in the Fitzwilliam Hotel take a holistic approach to beauty and wellbeing. All massages and facial treatments are bespoke to each guest. This ensures you are getting the most from your time in the spa.
The signature treatment is a hot and cold stone massage, which uses geo thermal stones. Another popular treatment is the aroma touch massage that uses pure therapeutic oils to help rebalance the body. With such unique experiences on offer and the fantastic location, it’s no wonder the Fitzwilliam Hotel is one of the best spa hotels in Dublin.h
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Surrounded by landscaped gardens and grand embassies, the Intercontinental Hotel is a relaxing retreat. You’ll find it in the leafy Dublin suburb of Ballsbridge, but it is still within walking distance of the city centre.
The spa at the Intercontinental is the perfect place to recharge. There are plenty of luxurious massages and skin and body care treatments on the ESPA menu. If you are there with a loved one, you can enjoy a couple’s massage together.
If you like to balance your spa time with some gym time, there’s also a fitness centre. You can swim leisurely laps in the sunlit, heated, indoor, 14-metre swimming pool. You can also soak in the whirlpool that overlooks the private patio. There’s also separate male and female saunas, steam rooms and relaxation areas.
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The Marker Hotel is a luxury design hotel located in the Dublin Docklands. It is one of the hottest hotels in the city thanks to it hip location, excellent restaurant, gorgeous rooftop bar and its award winning spa.
The Spa & Wellness at The Marker is sophisticated, soothing and serene. You can relax in the beautiful 23-metre infinity pool, spacious Jacuzzi, sauna and eucalyptus infused steam room, before indulging in one of the luxurious treatments and advanced skincare programs. These treatments are all tailored and bespoke to each guest.
On of the great things about this spa hotel in Dublin is that the thermal suite is open late and there are late spa appointments too. This makes it very contented for those who want to explore Dublin City by day and relax in the spa at night.
The Merrion Hotel is a stylish yet elegant hotel situated right in the heart of Dublin City centre. It is a favourite with rock star and actors when they come to town.
The Tethra Spa at the Merrion Hotel is a a tranquil urban oasis in calming surroundings. There is a wonderful menu of luxurious treatments, all carried out by one of the award-winning therapists. One of the signature treatments is a lush Balinese massage which uses heated aromatherapy oils and hot volcanic stones.
After a long day sightseeing in Dublin, you can refresh with a swim in the beautiful 18m swimming pool set in French limestone and relax in the luxurious Italian marble steam room. With such opulence, and the fantastic location, it’s no wonder that The Merrion is considered on the of the best spa hotels in Dublin.View Deals for The Merrion Hotel
The Royal Marine Hotel is situated on the coast out in the seaside town of Dun Laoghaire. Dublin City centre is easily assessable by public transport. In fact, the train ride into Dublin City centre from Dun Laoghaire is absolutely beautiful as it hugs the coastline.
The Sansana Spa in the Royal Marine Hotel has extensive facilities. The large thermal suite has heated marble stone beds, tropical showers, an aroma stream room and a rock sauna. As if that wasn’t enough water features, there is also an 18-metre pool, steam room, sauna and hydro pool in the hotel’s health club.
A unique feature of the spa at the Royal Marine Hotel are the three specialised and luxurious treatment chambers. There is a hydrotherapy chamber, dry floatation chamber and a mud chamber. Each provides treatments which cleanse and revive the body leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. With so much on offer, and its seaside location, the Royal Marine Hotel makes our list of the best spa hotels in Dublin.View Deals for Royal Marine Hotel
The Shelbourne Hotel is a luxurious five-star hotel set in a majestic building that is hundreds of years old. It is Dublin’s landmark hotel and has one of the best locations overlooking St. Stephen’s Green- the largest garden square in Europe.
As you would expect from such a grand hotel, the spa at the Shelbourne is impressive. It is the largest spa in Dublin City Centre and there’s plenty of luxurious treatment on offer. `There is a lovely 18-metre in-door heated swimming pool and thermal facilities including a steam room and sauna. There’s also a well-equipped gym and fitness class and even a dance studio.
There’s also a beauty salon with facilities and treatments to make you look as glamorous as the decor.
The spa itself is opulent and luxurious with bespoke treatments and packages designed to boost tranquillity, restore and renew.
One of the signature indulgences is called the ‘Elegance and Grace’ and it is inspired by Princess Grace. The 70-minute pampering experience followed with a glass of Champagne in the magnificent relaxation room, which overlooks St. Stephen’s Green.View Deals for The Shelbourne Hotel
The Spencer Hotel is located in the heart of the IFSC, just a stone’s throw from the Dublin Convention Centre. But this dockside location is perfect for leisure as well as business travellers.
The Viola day spa in the Spencer Hotel is impressive and a great place to rest and recharge your batteries after a long day discovering the delights of Dublin. A refreshing dip in the beautiful 18-metre pool will revive you in no time. Its depth is 1.3 metres throughout, so it is perfect for swimmers of all abilities.
There’s also a relaxing jacuzzi, steam room and sauna. If that’s too much relaxing (is that even possible?) there’s also a gym to keep you active.
In the spa you can choose to have a facial, massage, manicure, pedicure or Indian head treatment. Heck, go right ahead and have them all! The treatments are all personalised to your individual needs.
There are express treatments for those pushed for time, couple’s massages, deluxe spa rituals and even a special package for those who might be a little worse for wear after the night before. With such a great selection of packages and treatments on offer, the spa at the Spencer is one of our best spa hotels in Dublin.View Deals for The Spencer Hotel
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