Affordable Spas

In an article on AOL Travel, the top 58 most affordable spas were listed through The first on the list was the Adler Thermae Spa and Wellness Resort in Tuscany, Italy.

The article says, “Healing waters, the natural beauty of Tuscany, and an astonishingly comprehensive spa menu that includes spa services, beauty services and medical treatments as well as programs for children are among the attractions that draw visitors from almost every continent to Hotel Adler Thermae. Italian law allows properties to call themselves a spa (Latin for ‘Salus per Aquam’ or ‘Health through Water’) only if they offer thermal mineral water (hot spring), and the Hotel Adler Thermae certainly qualifies. The therapeutic waters from the underground mineral spring on which the spa is located feed two thermal pools and are used in several treatments. Currently, Hotel Adler Thermae is building an underground salt grotto where guests can lounge in waters with salt levels similar to those found in the Dead Sea. The spa also features a Rasul mud bath and several steam rooms and saunas.

But Hotel Adler offers more than hydrotherapy. Its other services range from medical check-ups to reflexology to an algae body wrap. The spa’s culinary offerings include local favorites as well as healthful options served in a beautiful restaurant with a retractable glass roof. The 90 guest accommodations are beautifully appointed, and some have special amenities for those who suffer from allergies or are disabled. Families, seniors, and single travelers who want to focus on their health will find this charming Tuscan spa to their liking…”

Other affordable spas listed were:
Amansala Bikini Boot Camp in Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Ana Mandara Resort in Nha Trang, Vietnam
Birdwing Spa in Litchfield, Minnesota
Body Shop Spa in St. George, Utah
Cape Codder Resort and Spa in Hyannis, Massachusetts
and Carefree Resort and Villas in Carefree, Arizona