7 Spas in SG that Offer 5-Star Pampering and Relaxation - Spa Review

8 High-Rated Spas in Singapore for Your Next Pampering Session

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There is nothing wrong with treating yourself to a nice spa day, especially when you have the luxury of time and money. You are working hard and you deserve a little “me time”. The problem? The regular spas in the city are mostly fully booked or jam packed with locals. Nobody likes long lines and stressful waiting. The solution? Try high-end spas. In this spa review, we’ll take you inside Singaporean spas inside five-star hotels and populous areas. You might find services that sound elite but is worth the price.


Let’s start!

ESPA in Resorts World Sentosa

This is a 10,000sqm “Oasis of Tranquility” in the island of Sentosa and is popular with both locals and foreigners who want a refreshing taste of Singapore. It feels like a total vacation from the stressful city. Not to mention, it is only half an hour away from CBD! (traffic included)



Beauty Insider Favourites:

The Turkish Hammam – You enter a traditionally heated bathhouse where you can enjoy body scrubs, massages, and masks.

The Japanese Onsen – Take a dip in two outdoor pools with hot and cold temperatures. The temperature of the water is therapeutic and helps a person relax. We’re also a fan of the vitality pools which have jets that pump water to massage your body. Finish the water experience with a dip in the icy plunge pool.

ESPA Steam Rooms and Rock Saunas – They have separate areas for men and women. You can enjoy a moment with your pals and gals.


Costs: SGD400.00 (120 Minutes) of any ESPA Signature Treatments

For more information and to book a visit, click here.


Other must try facilities:

  • Nail Studio
  • Fully-equipped gym
  • Studio that caters yoga, pilates, and meditation
  • Tangerine Café of Thai celebrity chef Ian Kittichai


Spa Botanica in Sentosa

This is one of Singapore’s best spas located in Sentosa resort. The spa takes pride in their outdoor garden facilities where you can relax stay before or after you get your treatment. They have mud pools, float pools, meditation labyrinths, and a man-made waterfall. If you want to go topless, they have a separate ladies relaxation area for you.


Beauty Insider Favourites:

The Botanica Gold Anti-Aging Facial – They use a 24K gold mask that is rich in hyaluronic acid and rose hip oil after the facial.

The Warm Herbal and Clay Massage – This stimulates blood circulation and eliminates toxins from the body, which is great for weight conscious people. This is a part of a two-hour signature package.

The Jasmine Coriander Scrub – A special scrub made from local herbs and flowers. The smell is so great, it induces mind and body relaxation. It is also a part of a three-hour signature treatment.

For more information and to book a visit, click here.


Auriga Spa in Capella, Sentosa

Capella Singapore, one of Sentosa’s finest resorts is the home of Auriga Spa. Their spa treatment makes them unique. Each treatment bundle is equivalent to a phase of the moon: new, waxing, waning, and full. The sets have their individual massages, scrubs, wraps, and facials to offer.

  • New Moon or the “renewal” treatment for USD300.00 (120 Minutes)
  • Waxing Moon or the “refocusing” treatment for USD300.00 (120 Minutes)
  • Full Moon or the “balancing” treatment for USD380.00 (180 Minutes)
  • Waning Moon or the “cleansing” treatment for USD380.00 (180 Minutes)


Beauty Insider Favourites:

Auriga’s wet facilities – They have herbal steam rooms, ice fountains, hot and cold showers, and vitality pools which stimulate blood circulation and aid in the detoxification of the body. It also improves one’s metabolism. We love it because it’s the perfect way to start and end your Auriga Spa experience.

For more information and to book a visit, click here.


Banyan Tree Spa in Marina Bay Sands

The Banyan Tree Spa is an Asian-inspired haven within the urban jungle. They wow their clients with their awesome, instagrammable view from the 55th floor of Marina Bay Sands hotel. Most importantly, they offer the world’s traditional messages namely Chinese Traditional, Javanese Lulur, Hawaiian Lomi Lomi, Ayurveda (Hindu), and Thai Ginger Healer. You’ll get the exotic massage experience of different countries in a place.  


Beauty Insider Favourites:

The Royal Banyan – They rub a herbal pouch dipped in warm Sesame Oil in your body. You’ll love the fusion of Eastern and Western massage techniques which relaxes the muscles and improves blood circulation. It comes with a Lemongrass Cucumber Cleanser, Jade Face Massage, and a therapeutic herbal bath.

Cost: SGD510.00 (150 Minutes)

For more information and to book a visit, click here.


Reméde Spa in St. Regis Singapore

Located in the heart of Orchard Road, this is the most accessible high-end spa in the metro. They are known for customising the spa experience of their customers, meaning you get a treatment which suits your skin type. This is not PR, Laboratoire Reméde does have a cutting-edge spa technology which they use to create combinations of botanical active ingredients. They use these formulas to give you the pampering and relaxation that you deserve.



Their spa facilities include steam chambers, saunas, Vichy showers, heated wave loungers, and ice fountains. Just look at their ethereal, white-marble surrounded pool area! The Reméde Spa completes your treatment with their nit bits such as personal iPods, flavoured chocolates, tea, and chilled champagnes.


Beauty Insider Favourites:

Chi Nei Tsang – A combination of Chinese and Thai massage techniques which target the key points of the human body. This lets you experience the Taoist way of healing: to restore one’s balance and energy. The therapist also helps you meditate and guides you on how to channel your ‘Qi’ /chi/. You will feel an incredible sense of well-being afterwards.

Cost: SGD 190.00 (60 minutes)


Deep Tissue Sports Massage – This is a slow and deep massage which relaxes the muscles on a deeper level. The strokes of the therapist target the inner layers of muscles and connective tissues which hold tension. You will feel relieved from pain and will restore your body’s normal movement

Cost: SGD270.00 (90 Minutes) and  SGD190.00 (60 Minutes)

For more information and to book a visit, click here.


Estheva Spa in Raffles Hotel

The Estheva Spa, an award-winning luxury day spa in Singapore sits in the shopping area of the Raffles Hotel. They take pride in their southern Italy inspired facials, massages, and spa treatments.


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Beauty Inside Favourites:

They are not the Top Luxury Day Spa by Singapore Tatler from 2006 to 2012 for nothing.

The Collagen Matrix Mask – It has a formula which heals and moisturizes the face.

Cost: SGD100.00 (45 Minutes) or SGD250.00 (90 Minutes)

The “Choc De-Ager” Chocolatier Massage – An aromatic blend of chocolate and almond oil that is drizzled in your body before a therapist massages it into your skin.

Cost: SGD300-400 (130 Minutes)


Other must try features:

  • Aromatic steam cubicles
  • Hydrotherapy tubs

For more information and to book a visit, click here.


The Spa at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Marina Bay

The stunning Mandarin Oriental Hotel also offers a five-star massage service. They have regular treatment rooms as well as couples and VIP suites for their customers. Aside from the spa, you can visit their in-house nail salon, reflexology station, and peaceful tea lounge. It is indeed, a one-stop sanctuary at the heart of Singapore.


Beauty Insider Favourite:

All of Mandarin Oriental’s signature spa therapies are designed with the help of Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners and master aromatherapists. We liked the fusion of ancient healing and contemporary massage techniques.

Cost: SGD510.00 (170 Minutes)


Other facilities to try:

  • Steam baths
  • Aromatherapy shower

For more information and to book a visit, click here.


Ikeda Spa in Orchard Road

The Ikeda Spa is a popular luxury Japanese Day Spa. You come in here to experience Omotenashi or the Japanese spirit of hospitality. It is seen in how they treat their guests and their warm interior design. All massage rooms and private suites are furnished with traditional Japanese furniture and decor such as tatami mats, low tables, and Japanese art.

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Beauty Insider Favourites:

Outdoor Hinoki bath – Take a dip in this skin-soothing oil infused water bath. Enjoy it alone or with someone special.

Cost: Single service for SGD80.00 and Couple SGD120.00 (30 Minutes)

Ganbanyoku Detox Massage – This is a unique massage performed on a hot stone bed called “Ganbanyoku”. The body absorbs the infrared wave and the essential oils rubbed on your skin will heal your tired muscles. The benefits of massage and sauna in one treatment.

Cost: SGD180.00 (60 Minutes) and SGD220.00 (90 Minutes)

For more information and to book a visit, click here.

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