Haute Top 5: The Best Spas in New York

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Now that summer is practically around the corner, it’s time to let loose, relax and book a spa day. Here are New York’s best places to get a massage, get beautified or just CHILL.

1 The Spa at Mandarin Oriental New York

The spa at the Mandarin Oriental is a slice of heaven that you'll want to return to every week, even with its hefty price tag. Situated on the 35th floor of the Mandarin, the space includes a Tea Lounge, amethyst-crystal steam chambers, and many other luxurious amenities to rejuvenate and replenish your soul. Highlights include the Ayurvedic skin and body treatments, the Ama-Releasing Abhyanga and Lomi Lomi massages, and chakra balancing - because, I mean, who doesn't need that?
80 Columbus Cir, New York, NY 10023

2 Caudalie Vinotherapie Spa

If you want to relax with the likes of Emma Roberts on your spa day, this is where to go. The Caudalie Spa frequently hosts famous faces for its decadent offerings including The Fresh Grape massage, and of course, exclusively use products from Caudalie's signature line.
819 Madison Ave #4A, New York, NY 10065

3 Chillhouse

Head downtown to Chillhouse for a trendy, laid-back experience. The newly opened spa caters to the on-the-go relaxer, with offerings that include intricate nail art, a coffee bar and 50-minute ($69) or 80-minute ($99) massages depending on your mood.
149 Essex St, New York, NY 10002

4 Aire Ancient Baths

Just like the Romans, Aire has the whole ancient baths thing down to a science. Decorated entirely in white marble and stone brought in from Spain, the space only fits 20 people, so it is sure to be an intimate and relaxing experience. From saltwater baths to hot baths and icy baths, there is a flavor (and evidently, temperature) for everyone.
88 Franklin St, New York, NY 10013

5 Great Jones Spa

The first thing that will capture you at this NoHo spa is the incredible, three-story waterfall. The second will be the Red Flower Hamam, if you so choose to have this luxurious treatment. The treatment involves rejuvenation with Moroccan mint tea, olive stones, and lemon; a coffee scrub, and lastly, rehydration with tangerine-fig butter.
29 Great Jones St, New York, NY 10012