Take a short break from your hectic life—it’s time to rest and rejuvenate.
Let’s face it: Life can get crazy sometimes, and it’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of our busy schedules. We often forget to take a moment for ourselves and indulge in a little self-care, so as far as we’re concerned, a day of relaxation and pampering definitely does the soul some good. So if you’re looking to have a day dedicated to wellness, serenity, and self-love – you're in luck as Ireland has some spectacular options.
So to take the stress out of finding the perfect spa break for you, we took it upon ourselves to be buffed, primed, and polished across the country (hard work, we know) in order to bring you a curated list of the best service, therapists, and properties in Ireland. The tenth annual Irish Tatler Spa Awards, In Association With Kerstin Florian, were held on Monday, September 23 in the Brasserie at The Marker Hotel. Celebrating the best spas and wellness destinations, Ireland's much-decorated spa industry gathered together to celebrate excellence in Irish spa services and treatments all in order to bring you a curated guide to best spas in Ireland.
Whether you’ve got tired, city-beaten skin that needs reviving with facial, stressed-out muscles that need soothing with a massage, or you’re simply in search of somewhere lush for a little ‘me time’, this is the best spa package in Ireland.
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Two incredible, luxurious treatments combined – the Mindful Massage (a full-body, scalp and facial massage), plus the iconic Gua Sha facial – this is the ideal package to reset your mind, body and spirit. Our judge said that the experience from start to finish had the wow factor. The treatments felt personalised, the transition from full body massage to facial was seamless and therapist Kate let our judge rest and relax completely.
Our judge loved the little touches– the warm slippers slid on to her feet, the glass of homemade ginger juice and iced water before she left the treatment bed so that she had a boost of energy after the massage, and the 20-minute post-treatment meditation in the relaxation area.
This article was originally published in the November issue of Irish Tatler.