Find out why The Darling Spa, Espavita and Fleur de Lys Medispa are three of Sydney’s best beauty spas.
Do you get so caught up in the day-to-day hustle that you neglect your beauty and body needs? Well ladies, it is time to take some ‘me-time’ because hard work deserves to be rewarded with indulgent pampering!
It is essential after all, not only for your body but also your mind to take time out to destress. Leave the guess work out of it; Fashion Weekly has collated a guide to the very best Sydney day spas promising total indulgence.
Whether you want to unwind with a luxurious massage, rejuvenate your skin with a facial or treat yourself with a complete day spa package; The Darling Spa, Espavita and Fleur de Lys Medispa will not disappoint.
The Darling Spa
Escape the busy city surroundings and enter an oasis of tranquility at The Darling Spa.
Providing a luxurious inner city escape, Sydney’s The Darling Spa spans across an entire floor of The Darling Hotel.
The contemporary spa offers truly indulgent experiences with 13 treatment rooms, including two couple’s treatment rooms, a Hammam chamber with a heated marble bed, a steam room, salt water Jacuzzi and the state-of-the-art Darling Gym. Begin your treatment and unwind by relaxing in one of the spas tranquil sanctuaries; the Zen Lounge and the Tea Room.
There are a myriad of services to suit your wellness needs. From massages and bespoke signature packages through to indulgent facials, the luxe treatment menu showcases the spa’s partnerships with international premium brands including La Prairie, Espa and Mira’s Hand.
With access to all facilities of The Darling Spa including the tranquillity of The Darling pool, guests have the opportunity to spend the whole day rejuvenating in the hands of talented therapists.
Location: Level 2, The Darling Hotel, Pyrmont NSW 2009
Immerse yourself in a sensory relaxation experience at Sydney’s most unique concept day spa, Espavita.
The day spa’s mission is to "Elevate a person's level of being"; achieved through engaging all five senses so your spa experience is in tune with what your body needs most.
Espavita has crafted a unique technique to enhance your entire spa visit, each visit you will leave feeling relaxed, purified, balanced or revitalised.
Specific aromatherapy oils are used throughout your treatment which is rounded off by tantalising your sense of taste with a custom-made chocolate infused with one of their core aromatherapy scents to match your treatment.
The team at Espavita are focussed on improving the quality of your day-to-day life through regular treatments, which is why they offer customers a unique Membership Club, changing the way you approach wellbeing. The membership will allow you to visit the spa as often as you like for less than the cost of a coffee a day.
Location: Shop D, 80 Bay Street, Ultimo NSW 2007
Fleur de Lys Medispa
Fleur De Lys Medispa blends ancient Moroccan traditions with up to the minute spa practices, offering you a truly unique spa experience.
The aromas, soft lighting, candles and authentic Moroccan furnishings stimulate your senses, whilst the expert spa team soothe, beautify and rejuvenate your skin using authentic, traditional, Moroccan techniques right in the heart of Sydney.
With an enthusiastic, passionate and attentive team of professionals who strive to create a relaxing atmosphere, Fleur de Lys Medispa has been chosen on consecutive occasions as one of the best day spas Sydney has to offer.
From body massages and spa pamper packages to medical spa treatments for singles, couples or parties; the spa has a wide selection for you to choose from. The passionate and qualified team use only the highest quality skin care products and techniques, ensuring an exceptionally luxurious experience.
At Fleur de Lys Medispa, dermatological science is combined with overall wellbeing, so no matter what your beauty concern, the aestheticians will cater a treatment to your needs.
Location: 2A Queens Street, Woollahra NSW 2025
Please note: This list appears in alphabetical order and is in no way listed in numerical preference.
Words: Frances van Eeden