There’s nothing better to get rid of all the stress and worries of life than a visit to the spa, where you can just sink in and let your worries melt away in a pool of healing water. If the sound of that is good enough to put you in the mood for a spa weekend, then take a pick from this list featuring water-themed spas and wellness centres and book your next relaxing getaway.
01 Omorovicza Boutique & Spa, Budapest
The release of Hungarian luxe skincare & beauty brand Omorovicza to Malaysian shores made waves in the industry, and are still today some of the most sought after products. If you’ve tried some of their widely-praised skincare lines and loved them, then the natural next step would be to visit the place where it all began, the Omorovicza Boutique & Spa in Budapest.
Budapest is the site of hundreds of healing thermal springs due to its unique geographical location that allows water to absorb more minerals as it makes its way up to the surface, giving it the nickname of the city of Spas, a moniker it has proudly held for more than 80 years now. A wellness spa centred on the healing properties of Hungary’s thermal waters, the Racz Thermal Spa was built by the Omorovicza family in the 1800s, and since then has been the site of many healing and wellness journeys. The spa has unfortunately been closed for more than 10 years, but you can still enjoy the water’s healing properties at the Omorovicza spa in the more urban setting of a city-centre store.
Indulge in a revitalising facial, with packages that cover a range of concerns, from skin detoxifying, skin brightening and anti-aging, the facial treatments run between 60 to 80 minutes, and promises to restore your skin to its perfect condition. And on your way out, don’t forget to pick up some of Omorovicza’s bottled treatments, to keep your skin at its best.