Favorite Spas in Tennessee

Kristin Luna
| December 14, 2023 | 1 Minute Read
Woman lying down under a blanket, getting a facial at the Peabody Memphis The Peabody Memphis

Feathers Spa, Memphis

If you’re visiting Memphis, the AAA Four Diamond Peabody Memphis is worth a visit, not only to see its resident ducks make their march twice a day, but also to check into Feathers Spa (above) for the afternoon. This full-service operation, with a bevy of specialty treatments like the Papaya-Pineapple Crème Fraîche body wrap, also offers an extensive menu of massages, body wraps, facials and facial enhancements, waxing, manicures and pedicures, hair styling and make-up application.

Couple's treatment room at Rose, a luxury spa and salon at The Joseph Nashville. Room has two massage tables and copper bowls Jim Krueger

Rose, Nashville

Nashville has no shortage of spa options among its many downtown hotels either, one of the newcomers being The Joseph, a AAA Four Diamond property. Twenty-one floors above Nashville’s busy downtown core, Rose (above) has six treatment rooms, a full-service salon, a steam shower, a couple’s experience and a relaxation room.

Woman with her eyes closed has her hair styled at Austin Springs Spa & Salon Fresh Air Photos

Spas in East Tennessee

In East Tennessee, Johnson City’s AAA Four Diamond Carnegie Hotel is home to Austin Springs Spa & Salon (above), which features seasonal spa specials that tie into the time of year. Sevier County, home to Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, has a pair of day spas known for luring in travelers. The Spa at Oak Haven Resort, inside the log cabin Oak Haven Resort, is an upscale mountain spa whose signature treatment is the Almost Heaven massage. In downtown Sevierville, The Spot Spa is a new day spa option that provides both massage services and yoga classes.

Patrons practicing open-air yoga in a shala outside, surrounded by trees Jen Gaudreau

Seven Springs Holistic Retreats, Maryville

In Maryville, the family-owned Seven Springs Holistic Retreats is situated in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains and offers yoga in an open-air shala (above). For those who want to stay in the Smokies for longer, Seven Springs has private residential yurts available for rent, as well as an open-air kitchen, a massage pavilion, a meditation labyrinth and several paths through forests and to natural springs.

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