New Mexico Resorts

There's definitely something mysterious and spiritual about New Mexico's ancient history and ruins, tribes and beliefs that allows New Mexico a sort of surreal, deep and magical quality. Many a New Mexico resort has aligned itself with the intuition and ideals of the Native American ancients in therapy and healing and offer guests a chance to renew their bodies and spirits in transcendent, inviting and undisturbed settings. A New Mexico resort is the perfect zone to get away from everyday responsibility and concentrate on body, body and self.

When choosing a New Mexico resort be aware of which services and amenities you desire. Some Spa Resorts in New Mexico go above and beyond the call of duty. From the moment you walk through the entrance its more than evident how you will be treated-with complete and utter luxurious address! Spa resorts in New Mexico can be found all over the state but the majority are located closer to more popular tourist attractions.

Ten Thousand Waves in Santa Fe is one of the spa resorts in New Mexico that does just that. Adhering to a Japanese spa style and assuring that every visit is encompassed in relaxation and serenity, Ten Thousand Waves offers a unique "Japanese adobe-style esthetic" combining modern spa practices with traditional spa therapy. In 1981 this spa began modestly with few amenities. Today it boasts exotic spa treatments and skin care, alluring Japanese style accommodation and an extremely distinct and tranquil atmosphere. As far as spa resorts in New Mexico this one is terribly charming and offers high-class treatments to its pampered guests. Located in Santa Fe this spa is found near many Santa Fe attractions such as the Palace of Governors, Loretto Chapel and the central Plaza.

Another New Mexico resort dedicated to pampering its guests is La Posada de Santa Fe Resort and Spa.. This 6 acre boutique New Mexico resort and spa in downtown Santa Fe is a Southwestern getaway that seems to be in a class of its own. Receiving numerous accolades over the years La Posada houses 157 guest suites which include local artwork and lively decor, has a stunningly landscaped outdoor pool area and invites guests to be rejuvenated in Santa Fe's only truly full-service spa. The Rockresorts Spa cultivates a placid environment and offers many rejuvenating treatments including a distinctive chocolate-chili wrap, exfoliating salt scrubs, realign massages and several cleansing applications. Revered among spa goers this New Mexico resort and spa is sure to leave you feeling like renewed and enlivened. La Posada de Santa Fe is located one block from the historical Plaza and near lots of Santa Fe shopping and dining.

Another New Mexico spa of high acclaim is the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa situated in Santa Ana Pueblo, This New Mexico spas located halfway between Santa Fe and Albuquerque. Hyatt Regency hotels have a reputation that precedes them and this Hyatt is no different. The hotel includes 350 renovated guestrooms, gorgeous views of the Sandia Mountains and deluxe amenities sure to please guests. This New Mexico spas name is Tamaya Mist exemplifies a true spa experience with its stunning backdrop, professional spa staff and calming surroundings. Nearby attractions include the Santa Ana Star Casino, Old Town Albuquerque and Santa Fe shopping and galleries.

Treatments at Tamaya Mist Spa include reflexology, reiki, hot stone therapy, shiatsu, Swedish Thai and therapeutic massage. This New Mexico spas also home to a salon onsite that is well versed in everything from hair down to toes. This resort and spa along with other New Mexico spas help define Southwestern hospitality and characterize the deep spirituality and mindfulness felt by New Mexico's ancestors.

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