As we move towards colder and shorter days, you might need a breather and a reason to treat yourself. So why not treat yourself to some TLC this fall? Here are 10 of the best spas in Seattle for a relaxing day.

Olympus Spa


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Sorry lads, this one is for the ladies only. Olympus Spa is extra special as they only offer women’s services. If you want to be able to relax and enjoy services like baths, massages, body scrubs, and more, Olympus is your spot!

Where: 3815 196th Street SW Suite 160, Lynnwood, Washington
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30 AM-9 PM, Friday & Saturday 8:30 AM-11 PM

Banya 5

This spa is well-known and loved by Seattleites, Banya 5 is pretty much the place to head if you’re in need of a relaxing day, scrub, or serious bodywork massage.

Where: 217 9th Ave N
Hours: Tuesday 3 PM-10 PM, Wednesday-Sunday 9 AM-10 PM

Little Red Day Spa


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If you want to make spa day a couple’s event then Little Red Day Spa is a great choice. Why? Well, they specialize in couples spa experiences. So you can enjoy a relaxing massage together and then chill in the super cozy atmosphere.

Where: 3200 Airport Way S. Building 12
Hours: By appointment

Ananya Spa

Ananya is the spot to head for massages and facials. Not to mention they also offer couples packages if you want to have a relaxing day with your SO. And they also run some pretty great specials so be sure to check them out.

Where: 2810 Elliott Ave
Hours: Monday-Thursday 10 AM–8 PM, Friday-Sunday 9 AM–8 PM

Penelope and The Beauty Bar

If you want to kick your spa experience up a notch you can head over to Penelope and The Beauty Bar inside the Fairmont Hotel. This spa is known for its facials and use of high-quality products.

Where: Fairmont Olympic Hotel 411 University Street
Hours: Daily 8 AM-8 PM

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This Greenlake spa has all sorts of services. Ranging from waxing to massage and more! If you feel like having a big treat yourself day with multiple services, this might just be the place to do it. Plus, if you love it, they have membership options.

Where: 7140 Woodlawn Ave NE
Hours: Monday-Friday 10 AM-8 PM, Saturday 10 AM-6 PM, Sunday 11 AM-6 PM

Nurture by Nature


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This West Seattle spa is more unique than the rest. Rather than offering aesthetic-focused services, they offer Reiki and wellness coaching. They’re a great option if you’re looking to treat your mind as well.

Where: 6307 California Avenue Southwest
Hours: By appointment

Vixen Collection

This Magnolia spot is a great place to treat yourself because they offer all sorts of beautification services like facials, waxing, nails, and lashes. Not to mention they also offer massages so you can have a little bit of everything.

Where: 3209 W McGraw
Hours: Monday-Friday 10 AM-6 PM, Saturday 9 AM-5 PM, Sunday 11 AM-4 PM

Spa at Four Seasons Hotel


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Here’s another opportunity to step up your spa day with the fancy-schmancy spa at the Four Seasons Hotel. And they have you covered on pretty much all your classic spa services like massages, body treatments, hand and foot treatments, and more.

Where: 99 Union St
Hours: Daily 8:30 AM-8 PM

Yuan Spa

Yuan Spa offers classic spa services but they have a focus on Eastern holistic practices. That means you can also have services like cupping done. If you’re looking to try something new, Yuan Spa is a great option.

Where: 1032 106th Ave NE
Hours: Daily 9:30 AM-10 PM

That’s what we have for the best spas in Seattle. We hope that you all treat yourself or a loved one to a well-deserved spa day.