Favorite Spas in Georgia

Jennifer Bradley Franklin
| December 14, 2023 | 1 Minute Read
Indoor relaxation atrium with sitting areas, trees and plants and small pool of water Courtesy of Sea Island

The Spa at Sea Island, Sea Island

Located at The Cloister, a AAA Five Diamond resort on Georgia’s beautiful Sea Island, this 65,000-square-foot spa (above) is a destination for wellness and rejuvenation. Spend the day luxuriating in a eucalyptus steam room, relaxation garden and mineral baths after indulging in a vast selection of services, including various styles of massage, facials and scrubs.

Tuscany Classic Spa, Evans

This day spa looks plucked out of the Italian countryside and offers signature treatments such as the Fire & Ice facial, hot stone massage, myofascial therapy, herbal detox body wrap and the Under the Tuscan Sun Salt Glow exfoliation massage.

Pink spa treatment room with upholstered chairs and a credenza at The Spa at St. Regis Atlanta Courtesy of The St. Regis Atlanta and Kate Blohm

The Spa at St. Regis Atlanta, Atlanta

The 10 treatment room spa (above) at the AAA Five Diamond St. Regis Atlanta in the posh Buckhead neighborhood feels a world away from the city’s hustle and bustle. Choose from a wide array of rejuvenating treatments, such as massages, hydrotherapies, nail services, facials and more. In warm weather, take a dip in the sprawling outdoor pool to extend your escape.

The Spa at Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain

The AAA Four Diamond Callaway Resort & Gardens in Pine Mountain may have a reputation for family-friendly fun, but its full-service spa is an oasis of serenity. Book a custom massage, facial, pedicure or soak to feel relaxed from head to toe. Spa guests can enjoy amenities such as steam rooms and saunas, fitness rooms and a meditation lounge.

The Spa at The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee

The nearly 30,000-square-foot spa is a major draw at this AAA Five Diamond resort on the shores of one of Georgia’s most beautiful lakes. Beyond the massages, facials and body treatments using locally sourced ingredients, guests can book services at the on-property barber shop and nail salon.

Woman getting a massage while laying down Barnsley Resort

The Spa at Barnsley Resort, Adairsville

No visit to the Barnsley Resort (above) is complete without a spa session. Therapists incorporate locally grown herbs and other ingredients into effective body wraps, Himalayan hot salt stone massages and facials. Pick up something from their proprietary line of candles and toiletries to take some relaxation home with you.

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