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Waikiki Spas

You don’t have to be on vacation to enjoy a nice day at the spa. Some of Waikiki’s most luxurious hotel spas offer signature treatments spa-lovers won’t find anywhere else:


The Hyatt Regency Waikiki's Na Hoola Spa

Photo Courtesy Na Hoola Spa

 

Na Hoola Spa

The Hyatt Regency Waikiki’s Na Hoola Spa is 10,000 square feet of pure, pampering luxury with unbeatable ocean views. The only Waikiki spa on Travel + Leisure magazine’s top 10 Hawaii spa list in 2006, Na Hoola is known for its stress-melting massages. The signature Hoola massage is customized to your needs with a fusion of different massage styles, including lomilomi.

2424 Kalakaua Ave., 923-1234. www.waikiki.hyatt.com.


SpaHalekulani

The SpaHalekulani at the Halekulani blends the best healing practices of Hawaii and islands of the South Pacific, including Tonga and Samoa. Each treatment begins with the spa’s signature foot-pounding ritual to ready the body for relaxation. The Heavenly Journey package is just that, and includes four full hours of body treatments such as massage and facials.

Halekulani, 2199 Kalia Road, 923-2311. www.halekulani.com.

 

Mandara Spa

Waikiki’s largest spa, the Mandara Spa at the Hilton Hawaiian Village, is far removed from the street’s hustle and bustle. Balinese-style service welcomes spa goers to the serene space famous for its unique, signature services. An Exploration in Chocolate is great for couples. Side-by-side massages prepare chocolate lovers for cocoa-centric treatments, such as a chocolate scrub “good enough to eat.”

945-7721. www.hiltonhawaiianvillage.com.

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