From city centre spas to suburban health and beauty clinics, Liverpool is packed with venues offering indulgent treatments. Find out where the best places are and what to expect during your day of luxury in our FAQs.
Decorating the sleek waterfront, many of Liverpool’s best hotel spas are in city centre. They include:
These are just a few options on offer, so browse our full list of spa deals in Liverpool for more.
When it comes to rest and relaxation, you can’t go wrong with a relaxing massage. Choose a hot stone massage and feel tension just melt away. The warmth of the heated stones also boosts your circulation, soothes inflamed areas and makes you feel totally refreshed from head to toe.
For an alternative stress-busting spa treatment in Liverpool, why not try a floatation experience? Lay back in the water and let your muscles relax, making you feel totally weightless. It’s the perfect way to leave the world behind for an hour. North Spa in St Helens is one of the best places to try it, according to ratings by Groupon customers.
Many spas in Liverpool offer packages tailored for couples, whether you’re lovebirds or best friends.
In the city centre, the glamorous 30 James Street Hotel offers a range of spa deals for couples. You can enjoy full use of the spa hydrotherapy pool, dry heat sauna and relaxation lounge, and even extend your stay overnight. With our amazing deals, you don’t need an excuse for a romantic staycation.
For something a little different, head to Portland Hall Spa in Southport. Here you can enjoy a range of Moroccan-style treatments including Rasul mud and body scrubs, plus a dip in the candlelit pool. Round off your trip with a romantic evening meal and stay overnight if you fancy.
Check out our guide to the best spa gifts for couples for more inspiration.
Here are some of the best pregnancy spa days available in Liverpool – because mums-to-be need pampering too.
Before you attend your spa day, make sure the venue knows you’re expecting. And if you have any concerns about which treatments are safe, speak to your health consultant.