Tedious hours of traveling, long wait for connecting flights, as well as crowds of hurrying people in the terminals and an endless journey to your final destination always create additional stress for the body and soul. How to get rid of stress while waiting for your flight? Everything is very simple: you can spend time at a local cafe, or rent a car here to explore local attractions.
However, an equally attractive option is to enjoy the spa-procedures in one of the spa-centers located on the territory of the world’s airports…
Elemis Travel Spa at London Heathrow Airport
First-class passengers along with British Airways club card holders are offered quick and free procedures that can be provided at terminals 3 and 5 of Heathrow Airport, where Elemis Travel Spa is located. Such procedures are created to restore the travelers’ strength in a short period of time, and to refresh their skin, which lost a lot of moisture during the flight.
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A 15-minute massage of the legs and shoulders will bring you back to normal, and you will be able to continue your flight or go on a new journey. All the drugs with which the procedure is done, you can purchase at a discount. For those who are not first class passengers and don’t have a British Airways club card, Elemis Travel Spa can also arrange a number of procedures, but for the additional money. The average cost of one procedure is about $70.
Back to Life Spa at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
One of the most interesting spa centers is located at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. There’s one unique procedure that is not only curative, but also quite funny. Guests are dressed in a special “space” costume and are given an aqua massage. In this case, the client enjoys massage while being in the same clothes in which he came to the spa-center.
36 jets of pulsating water will help to relax and restore lost strength. Also, you can take there a small massage course, try an oxygen cocktail and learn little secrets about aromatherapy.
Timeless Spa at Dubai International Airport
Timeless Spa spa-centers are located in Terminal 3 of Dubai Airport and owned by Emirates. They can be found in the lounges for passengers of the first and business class, as well as on the third level of the terminal. The combination of the best equipment, the work of international-class specialists and the peaceful atmosphere makes Timeless Spa a refuge, where you can escape from the bustle of the airport. These centers employ cosmetologists, who have international certificates in the field of cosmetology, massage and therapy.
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Timeless Spa uses only the latest techniques that have been recognized as the best and most effective at the moment. Airline passengers are offered a wide range of procedures to help relax and rejuvenate just before a flight.
Massage of the body and especially a foot massage are in demand – it helps to get rid of pain that occurs during blood circulation disorders. First class passengers receive a 15-minute course of procedures for free, business class passengers are offered a 25-minute course for a small fee, and a special pricing policy has been prepared for economy-class passengers, where there are both high-cost and low-cost procedures are available.
Absolute Spa at Fairmont Vancouver Airport
Absolute Spa is a luxury oasis of health and beauty situated in Fairmont Vancouver Airport Hotel. The staff of the center offers you more than 130 aesthetic, cosmetic and health treatments. The most popular are hydrotherapy, aromatherapy, scrubbing and stone therapy.
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Also, you can swim in the pool, visit the sauna and enjoy fitness in a specially equipped room. For regular customers, special discounts on almost all procedures are provided. Also, there are special “gift cards” that you can give to your near and dear ones, who often fly through Fairmont Airport in Vancouver. Prices for procedures start at $15.
D Parture Spa at Newark International Airport
In the terminal C of the Newark Liberty International Airport, the D Parture Spa was opened. Its main principle of work is keeping environmental-friendly concept. Therefore, branded procedures are performed by using only natural components, and all the tools that you want to take with you are packaged in a bamboo bag.
Procedures that are made faster than the others and help travelers to get into a state of calm for some time are in special demand. Among them are a special massage of the head and eyes, as well as an acupuncture massage of the sinuses, which will allow you to feel much more comfortable when changing pressure. The pricing policy at D Parture Spa is moderate. For 20 minutes of a head massage, you pay only about $25.
OM Spa at Hong Kong International Airport
Regal Airport Hotel has a cozy OM Spa, where you can plunge into the soothing decor of bamboo and Thai silk pillows. Fresh flowers and courteous staff will help you see Hong Kong from the other side. There’s no any fuss – everything is measured, calm, and beautiful.
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The menu of services includes: scrubbing, hot stone therapy, jasmine and milk baths. For $20, those who are not stay in the hotel, can also work out in the hotel’s gym, as well as use the swimming pool and steam bath.