5 Houston Hotels With Incredible Day Spas

When researching hotels in Houston, there are many things to consider: location, amenities, price, and on-site offerings like day spas where you can pamper yourself.

Whether you’re looking for hotels in downtown Houston, hotels near Houston’s Galleria, or hotels in another part of town, you’ll find five hotels on our list that offer day spas, so you can start afresh. feeling polished and refreshed.

ZaSpa located inside the ZaZa hotel.

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Hotel ZaZa Houston

Located in the heart of Houston’s Museum District, Hotel ZaZa’s spa, ZaSpa, is an extravagant escape (think gold mirrors and leopard-print velvet upholstery) designed to transport guests with services to unite the body. , mind and spirit.


Both holistic and modern healing techniques are used here — the spa has infrared saunas and incorporates botanicals into its custom facials, massages, and exfoliators. Whether you opt for the aptly named massages (prenatal massages are called Who’s Your Daddy; a detoxifying session is called The Morning After) or anti-aging facials, ZaSpa promises to rejuvenate you.

Premium: ZaSpa can accommodate groups, is open to non-hotel guests and offers a rewards program called Relax. Reward. Repeat., which gives members additional benefits.

The Soaking Pools & Garden is an outdoor oasis at the Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa.

The Soaking Pools & Garden is an outdoor oasis at the Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa.

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The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa

Just outside the Loop near Memorial Park, the Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa is a true Texas resort, with historic buildings set on 27 beautifully landscaped acres. Its spa, Trellis Spa at the Houstonian, has a Mediterranean vibe in a newly renovated space.

Trellis offers all the services you’d expect: manicures and pedicures, facials, massages, and body treatments (like scrubs and body wraps), as well as packages that bundle multiple services for one day. But what makes the Houstonian’s spa special is its Soaking Pools & Garden, an outdoor retreat built for contrast bathing with a hot tub, ambient pool, and cold shower, surrounded by a lounge area and lounge chairs. rocking chairs, cabins and verdant gardens. The Tranquility Room and Reflection Pool are restful sanctuaries to enjoy before or after spa treatments, and the locker rooms are equipped with jetted tubs, showers, and steam rooms.

Snacks, tea, and spa water are available throughout your stay, but Trellis offers a menu of dining options that match the feel-good vibe, including sharing plates, salads, and sweets (with sparkling wine, to match).

Premium: The Houstonian Resort is home to a world-class fitness center for its private club members, with indoor and outdoor tennis courts, swimming pools, boxing and more.

The reception of the Mokara Spa & Salon at the Omni Houston Hotel.

The reception of the Mokara Spa & Salon at the Omni Houston Hotel.

Omni Hotels and Resorts

Hotel Omni Houston

The Omni Houston Hotel in Uptown is home to the Mokara Spa & Salon, a reimagined eight-room day spa with a relaxation room and a full-service hair and nail salon. Its sleek and contemporary design of wood and white ceramic elements makes it easy to forget the outside world.

In addition to the spa’s relaxation lounge, visitors will have access to the two on-site outdoor pools and a fitness center that includes treadmills, free weights, and Peloton bikes. Guests can unwind with treatments such as facials, massages and scrubs, either as individual services or cleverly combined with names such as Cowboys and Cowgirls Massages (a couples massage) or Jet-Lag Relief, an invigorating massage enhancement designed for weary travellers.

Premium: Le Mokara offers a unique option for future resort regulars: a membership that includes discounts on spa services, beverages, restaurants and parking, as well as access to the lounge, resort pool and fitness center.

The Women's Vitality Pool at the Post Oak Hotel in Uptown Houston.

The Women’s Vitality Pool at the Post Oak Hotel in Uptown Houston.

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The Post Oak Hotel in Uptown Houston

Near The Galleria, Houston’s Uptown neighborhood is home to one of the city’s most notable hotels: The Post Oak at Uptown Houston. The upscale 38-story resort is equipped with a salon, fitness center, pool (with private cabanas, fire pits, and dining), and a 20,000-square-foot spa.

The spa incorporates ancient and global wellness techniques into its lavish treatments, like aromatherapy and massage, but also offers modern regimens like LED light therapy. The Post Oak spa offers facials, body scrubs, wraps and massages, but also a unique series of services called Wellness Treatments, designed to address not only external but also internal issues (eg Inner Treatment). Strength is designed for those who lack confidence or have experienced trauma).

Premium: Coed spa amenities include a tranquility pool with hydrotherapy jets, sauna, aromatherapy steam room, zero-gravity chairs, and multi-sensory shower.

A massage therapist massaging a client in a spa.

A massage therapist massaging a client in a spa.

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Four Seasons Hotel Houston

Synonymous with luxury, the Four Seasons Hotel Houston is located in the heart of downtown Houston. And its spa is no exception, offering the kind of elegance you’ve come to expect from the brand. Its newly remodeled fourth floor houses the 2,500-square-foot fitness center, adjacent pool with stunning city views, and spa.

The spa has a fresh, neutral, and minimalist atmosphere with plenty of space for guests to feel pampered. Massages range from deep tissue to prenatal, and there’s a range of scrubs on the menu that use scents like rose, citrus and vanilla. In an area lined with massage chairs, guests can get luxury manicures or pamper themselves with detoxifying facials that use Laurel Skin’s organic herbal skincare products.

Premium: The Four Seasons Houston Spa, like many spas, offers couples massages, but it also has a unique option called Night Spa, allowing private use of the entire spa from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. and access to 100 minutes of services including a body scrub and massage, followed by Toro Toro bites and a bottle of champagne. Added bonus: you can keep the dresses.



Wiley C. Thompson