Need a break from the hustle and bustle of Brisbane city? Looking for the perfect way to relax during lunch or after work? Ushop to the rescue!
Brisbane’s CBD is relatively small comparatively speaking, but it doesn’t lack for ways to relax. There are great museums, great food, Southbank is just down the road and of course, there are great day spas as well.
We’ve done the research, we’ve compiled the list and we are happy to bring you another great top list, this time on the best of the best when it comes to day spas in the CBD.
Looking for something a little north of the city? make sure to check out our top list on the best day spas on Brisbane’s Northside.)
Day Spas In Brisbane City / CBD – Our Top 5 For Your Lunch Break Or Weekend Relaxation
Apollos Day Spa | Woolloongabba
Apollo’s Day Spa provides the type of classic spa services and relaxing body treatments you would expect from a high class establishment.
They are especially noted for their traditional Korean bath house which offers both a wet and dry sauna. Be advised that nudity is customary for these establishments; however patrons can choose to wear a swimsuit for their personal comfort.
Customers can choose from several massage options including relaxation, hot stone, deep tissue, and aromatherapy. You can also bask in the luxury of an exfoliating body scrub or refreshing facial.
The most cost effective way to indulge in a day of pampering is through one of Apollo’s affordable and comprehensive day spa packages.
A 90 minute day spa package, including access to the sauna will set you back $125.
Sensiika Day Spa | Norman Park
The Sensiika day spa in Brisbane provides exceptional treatments for anyone seeking to rest, relax, and rejuvenate. From traditional Thai massage sessions to classic facials and manicures.
Sensiika stands out from the crowd with their mouthwatering café which serves both breakfast and lunch. Not only can customers indulge in the physical pampering from seasoned skin and body treatment experts, but they can treat their taste buds to a delicious sandwich, flavourful wrap, fresh salad, or even something to delight their sweet tooth.
What most people come to Seniika for are their Thai massages, which start at $85 for a full hour.
Stephanies Spa Retreat | CBD
Located in the Sofitel, Stephanies Spa Retreat is sanctuary of luxury and relaxation in the city. With 8 treatment rooms, including their ‘Opal Rasul Temple’ steam treatment room and a host of treatment options for your skin and body, Stephanies is hard to beat in the CBD.
I also forgot to mention that they won the award for best hotel day spa in 2010!
When it comes to treatments, no matter whether you just want a quick facial or massage or you want to go all out with an almost all day spa package, you can get that here.
If you have the time, we’d recommend you check out their ‘Spa Retreats’. They offer 4 different retreats ranging in time from 2 hours (especially designed for couples) all the way up to 5 hours of gloriousness.
Prices for their retreats start at $280 per person.
Smack bang in the CBD, the Aquarius Health and Medi Spa is a comprehensive health and beauty facility that not only offers guests a state of the art day spa, but provides an all inclusive approach to wellness that includes fitness classes, cosmetic treatments, and physical therapy.
Spa visitors will delight in their access to a variety of cool and warm water plunge pools, saunas, and steam rooms. The Aquarius also offers a significant variety of massage, facial, skin treatments, and hair removal services that include cosmetic tattooing, microdermabrasion, body scrubs, and spray tanning.
30 minute massages and facials start at $65, perfect for a lunch break.
Sakura Day Spa | CBD
Sakura Day Spa is another great oriental spa in the city. It’s also close to public transport and there is ample parking nearby, which is always handy.
Massage is something they specialise in, using their own signature massage which is a combination of Asian, remedial and Swedish massage techniques.
A lot of their clients also come for their warm stone massages as well. They offer packages for men and couples and also for expectant mothers.
A 60 minute warm stone massage will set you back $120.
5 of the best there for sure. Now you have no excuse to not relax and get pampered while you are in the city. If you have a favourite day spa in Brisbane city, let us know by commenting below. We read all the comments.
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All information & pricing above was correct at time of publishing.
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