Best Spas in New York City
Discover treatments that will make you feel at one with nature.
As if the star power of this cool Robert DeNiro-owned Tribeca hotel wasn't enough, relaxation seekers can bask in the soothing spotlight of this subterranean 4,500-square-foot Japanese-style spa. A lantern-lit swimming pool and lounge await visitors below the roof of a reassembled 250-year-old bamboo and wood farmhouse. There, you can sip on tea or snack on dried fruits before or after participating in one of several Asian-inspired services, such as the Drunken Lotus ($220, 60 minutes; $300, 90 minutes). This signature massage uses customized strokes and hot, sake-soaked towels to relieve tired muscles.
The spa also features seasonal body services that cater to your needs depending on the time of year, including a treatment infused with orange flower, papaya and pomegranate in the spring and summer, and Himalayan salt, mango butter and peppermint in the fall and winter.