Worried about what to do in leisure time at airports and not sure how to meaningfully spend that quality time without pressing panic button? Think of getting mud baths, hot stone massage and oxygen blast therapies at the airport. The whole idea seems interesting but a beat unbelievable. Not all but some of the major airports in the world have excellent spa treatment facilities where you can relax and rejuvenate before boarding the next flight.
The idea that seems innovative also has positive health effect for frequent flyers. A good combination of oxygen and massage works wonders against tired caused by long haul travel. Facial, bleach, manicure, pedicure and massage are also popular among the guests.
Here we are taking a cursory look on the world’s best airport spas.
Timeless SpaDubai International Airport
Dubai has come of ages in recent decades; be its infrastructure, shopping hubs or airports, everything is a class apart. Besides offering world class facilities at its airport Dubai also offers spa facilities at its airport. Dubai airport’s Terminal 3 has three Timeless Spas. These spas are situated in the Emirates First Class Lounge, Business Lounge and at the Dubai International Airport Hotel. Keeping in view the need of passengers the lounge spas offer instant services like half-back massages, mini-manicures, reflexology and basic hairstyling. If you have more time at your disposal then you should visit the Timeless Spa at the Airport Hotel where you can avail services like full-body massages, body wraps and anti-aging facial treatments.
Absolute SpaFairmont Vancouver Airport Hotel
If Dubai offers excellent spa facilities to flyers, Vancouver doesn’t disappoint them. Fairmont Vancouver Airport Hotel offers excellent spa treatment facilities to the guests. The spa of the hotel has a range of air travel friendly facilities. The spa has a Pink Grapefruit Jet Lag recovery body wrap and a special massage to offer relief from foot and leg swelling. Moor Mud bath and Lomi-Lomi massage are other offerings from this spa.
d_parture SpaNewark International Airport
Situated at Terminal C of Newark Liberty International Airport, d_parture Spa is well known for its eco friendly facilities. The spa uses sustainable things like reclaimed glass, bamboo flooring and eco-friendly products. Apart from these there is a range of eco-friendly treatments designed to heal frequent flyers. Everything is designed well to ward off adverse effects of air travel.
Elemis Travel SpaLondon Heathrow Airport
One of the most popular airports in the world, London Heathrow Airport offers First and Club World British Airways travellers. Elemis Travel Spas located in Heathrow's Terminals 3 and 5 is an ideal place to get spa treatment in a short span of time. Everything is designed well to provide travel friendly services in a very short span of time.
Back to Life SpaAmsterdam Schiphol Airport
Back to Life Spa at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport offers an opportunity to a full-body aqua massage (while remaining fully clothed) to tourists. A string of stress buster activities saves tourists from jet lag after a long haul flight. Chair massages, reflexology foot massages and an oxygen bar are popular therapies.
Qantas First LoungeSydney and Melbourne international airports
Qantas lounges at Sydney and Melbourne international airports are hit it off among airlines business and first class customers but it’s their spas that spell the magic. Serenity reigns in these plush spaces decked with flowering vertical gardens, blonde wood furnishings and shower suites. Passengers can choose from full-body massages and intensive hydrating facials depending upon their needs and time available.
OM SpaHong Kong International Airport, Regal Airport Hotel
Hong Kong enjoys a towering reputation in hospitality arena and it doesn’t lacks in spa treatments. Regal airport hotel situated in vicinity of Hong Kong International Airport, offers a rejuvenating and refreshing escape to travellers with some time on disposal. The spa with its bamboo decor exudes an air of serenity. Tamarind body scrubs (ideal for dry skin), Sabai hot stone massages and jasmine milk baths are popular services.
XpresSpaJohn F. Kennedy International Airport
Traveller using JFK Airport New York for travel can take advantage of spa maintained by XpresSpa, a popular spa chain. The passengers can pamper themselves with manicures, pedicures and massage according to their budget and time available.
OraOxygenCalgary International Airport and Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport
OraOxygen at Calgary International Airport and Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport takes care of tourists who are feeling exhausted after a long haul flight. These two spas make sure that customers can utilize their time getting facials, nail services and massage treatments. Full-body massage and oxygen sessions are highly sought after among the guests.
The Ultimate Transit HavenSingapore Changi Airport
Apart from being a world class airport Singapore Changi Airport also provide a rejuvenating treatments to jet lagged travellers. The travellers with little time at disposal should go through showers and half-hour foot reflexology sessions and those with luxury of time should go through Tui Na, and Balinese and Javanese massage.