Rome’s Best Spa Places

Many people associate Rome with historical tours, mythic monuments, exciting shopping sprees, and coffee shops that are full of the aroma of traditional flavors.

But few people, in fact, associate Rome with the blissful spa experiences that the Eternal City is rich and proud of.

Here is a presentation of some of the best and most notable Roman spa destinations worth paying a visit to.

Trilussa Palace Hotel Spa Rome

Spa at Trilussa Palace, Image by Trip Advisor

If you enjoy luxurious treatments in a fancy historical setting, the Trilussa Palace Hotel Spa in Rome is the perfect destination for you. The hotel features two spa divisions:  the Moon Spa and the Domus Spa, each with their own unique features.

While the Domus Spa is more traditional, the Moon Spa brings you into the wonders of a tropical forest. Saunas, sensory showers and bubbly baths are some of the spa menu highlights. You can also enjoy the rest of the hotel amenities which include a gym and a roof terrace where you can imbibe in Rome’s views with a drink in your hand.

The modern, mood-lit spaces also feature a hot steam room,  sauna, a whirlpool and massages. You can use the fitness center for a small fee, or no fee if you are a hotel guest.

Treatments start at 120 Euro.

Piazza Ippolito Nievo, 25, 00153 Roma RM Massages open from 1.00 PM to 8.00 PM
Kami Spa at St. Regis

Kami Spa by Wanted in Rome

The Kami Spa is located inside the five-star St. Regis hotel in the city center of Rome.

As soon as you walk into the spa, you will find yourself in the kingdom of unique  sensual fragrances . After your spa routine, head to the gym for some exercise.

Asian treatments and Asian influenced ambiance are the highlights of this exciting place.  Guests can enjoy a variety of exotic treatments, including body scrubs, facial masks and Asian delight combos. Among the Asian menu offerings you will find the Manid Lulur body wrap, the Balinee Palm Massage and the Bali Coffee Scrub, all of which will leave your body feeling soft, rejuvenated and fresh.

The spa menu is truly unique. Our favorite is the Zen Package, that includes a green tea body cocoon, a private jacuzzi sake bath lemongrass scrub, and a zen shiatsu body massage, all for € 270,00

Via degli Avignonesi, 12, Rome, 00185, Italy. Open from 10am-10PM
Aqua Therme Roma

Aqua Therme Roma, Image by Best Spa Italy

Located in The Building Hotel, just a view blocks away from the bustling Termini station, this spa features convenient location and some of the most upscale Italian thermal baths in the area.

Modern features combined with authentic spa experiences are what makes this spa area unique. The spa features a special line of Comfort Zone Products which adopt science-based technology for optimal skin glow.

Treatments include salt massages, hydrating body scrubs and skin resonance solutions. Their Hammam treatments will help rejuvenate and purify your skin, while leaving your body completely relaxed.

Address: Via Montebello, 126, 00185 Roma RM, Italy
Le Caveau Spa at Aleph Rome Hotel

Aleph Rome Spa, Image by Romeing

The Le Caveau Spa at Aleph Rome hotel is one of the most popular spa destinations in the city.  It has opened in November of 2017  with modern equipment in each room.

Your spa day pass include a sauna, whirlpool, and spa rooms, as well as an endless list of spa treatments to choose from, including  facials, mind & body massages, body treatments, nail polish, and more.

The fitness area is not big but provides all tools for an effective workout session, and those include equipments that target the improvement of strength, endurance, and speed for cardio. You can request your own personal training sessions to reach your goals during your hotel stay.

A soon as you walk into the spa, you will become part of the interior world influenced by a few different world regions. The Hammam(Turkish style spa) has an Arab style, bringing you to the exotic world of the Middle East.

Via di San Basilio, 15 (Via Veneto/Barberini) Mon-Sun 10am – 8.30pm
Acqua Madre Spa

Acqua Madre Spa, Image by Living in Italy

Featuring a separate steam room and areas with water of various temperatures, this spa called Aqua Madre Spa focuses on aqua techniques for complete relaxation of the body and soul.

We recommend the hammam package that provides 15 minutes of ultimate relaxation with a natural scrub highlight. The spa looks ancient, and brings about Rome’s historical charm back to the modern world.

Those who want to relax out with a cup of mint-infused water can join the tranquil glass-roofed room in the spa for some chill time out.

Open to Men & Women: Tuesdays 2 – 9pm; Thursdays, Saturdays, & Sundays 11am – 9pm; Only Women: Wednesdays and Fridays 11am – 9pm

Via di S. Ambrogio 17 – 00186 Roma | +39 06 6864272

Roman spa rituals are unique and induce the mythic body rituals of the past. Most spa rituals featured in the city spas are traditional Italian cosmetics rituals, but there are also others that combine international flavors with authentic city experience in a  relaxing setting. .

You can combine your spa routine with a refreshing city walk, or a rejuvenating coffee break, or a historical tour around the city ruins.  Rome has everything necessary for a relaxing vacation and is one of the most preferred Euro vacation spots. Don’t forget to book your hotels and spas in advance to organize your schedule better and to make sure you can get your appointment in the right time.