Spas In Cabarete
Relax, recharge and rejuvinate while you are on vacation
So you came to vacation in Cabarete, Dominican Republic because you wanted to relax and pamper yourself in a way that your day to day life doesn’t allow. Watching the sunrise, reading by the pool and eating and drinking all sorts of delicious and exotic new things is by far one of the best parts of travelling. Add in a trip or two to the spa and you are living like royalty! Cabarete is home to several delectable spas, offering a variety of deluxe treatments and experiences. Read on to see our picks for the best spas in Cabarete.
Up first is Tranquila Spa located right next door at Villa Taina Hotel. Tranquila is a Spanish word meaning calm, relax, or tranquil…perfect! Their expert staff will pamper you with unique massages, facials, foot and nail care. You will discover they have an array of specialty body massages and treatments that focus on the whole body or specific areas. If you are into windsports, you can relieve stress and tension with their world renowned Sports Massage after an action packed day on the water. They even have a “honeymooners” special that includes massages for two. Whether you show up to the spa solo or as a couple, make sure you stop by their Restaurant Serenade to top off your day of relaxation with a good meal and a bebida.
Located just a street in front of our condos next to Dicks Bakery, Maria Spa is a petite, yet welcoming spa open seven days a week 10 am – 7 pm, perfect for post surf and kite sessions. With over 20 years of experience, owner Maria is fully qualified and truly passionate about her work. It all began when she realized she wanted to assist people, lovingly stating, “Many people have pain in the world, and I want to help.” Maria has two hands of her own, but what’s better than that? Four more helping hands belonging to her daughter Mariely and sister Morena who are both as equally as talented. For just $25 you can get a relaxing massage, $30 for sport, $40 for deep tissue and $35 for reflexology all lasting an hour! Maria also offers manicures, pedicures, and facials.
Millennium Resort and Spa
If a super dulux, posh and modern environment is your idea of the perfect antidote to regular life, Andari Spa at Millennium is the place to go. Plush white robes, fantastic massages and physiotherapy make it a luxurious escape that is also geared towards the active and athletic traveler. They offer a full range of spa treatments including facials, waxing, massage and manicures. So whether you have an old kitesurfing injury that needs attention, or just need to have all stress worked out of your shoulders and get your nails done, the experienced staff at Andari Spa will set you straight.
Natura Cabana is located just outside of Cabarete, next to the sea in a Perla Marina. The spa is named Attabeyra after the Taino god of water. They focus on natural health and tranquility in a serene environment. Their massages are offered outside where you can doze to the sound of the waves on the beach. To really complete the relaxation picture, we recommend following your massage with a refreshing batida, or fresh fruit smoothie at the on site restaurant. The food is fresh, organic and delicious. Isn’t that a million miles away from the office?
N Day Spa
Less than a 5-minute walk from our condos in the shopping complex called El Patio, N Day Spa has a Caribbean mixed with European vibe. Owned by an American and staffed by Europeans, you can feel comfortable with whichever language you speak. It’s charming little spa that makes you feel right at home. N Day has a broad range of treatments including back-walker, prenatal, lymphatic drainage and tension relief massages. For a 1:15-hour sports massage or traditional aromatherapy Swedish massage, it costs $75 USD. Owner Kit also offers beauty treatments such as eyelash extensions, teeth whitening, manicures, pedicures, waxing, and they even have a sauna so you can make a day of it!
Saving Grace Yoga And Massage
If you’re looking for your saving Grace, look no further. Grace is a certified massage practitioner and has 15 years of experience. She is also a yoga teacher in Cabarete, and you’ll often see her out in the waves, making her incredibly knowledgeable on the body and the strains of sports. Grace offers an hour-long Swedish relaxation or deep tissue massage for $60 USD, and you can visit her establishment at Agualina Kite Resort on Kite Beach, or she can come to you! She also offers Thai, Thai foot reflexology and Indian head massages all of which she uses a combination of techniques personalized to your needs. Grace can be contacted through her Facebook and website, or for house calls 829 366 4856.Keep in mind these are not the only spas in Cabarete, so feel free to add your favorite to the comments below.
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