14 Spas in Macau You’ll Never Want To Leave

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The explosion of new five-star resorts in Macau over the last few years has brought an unexpected benefit. The Macau spa industry has taken off and Macau is fast becoming a spa hub in Asia. With so many luxurious and world-class spas located in a small area, it’s easy to see why Macau is an attractive city for a spa holiday.

Macau’s spas offer a range of treatments, from massages to traditional Asian treatments and holistic therapies. Most hotel spas have a long list of innovative therapies that reflect Macau’s Portuguese and Chinese heritage.

Most luxury hotel spas in Macau are so alluring, once you’re in you’ll probably never want to leave. With access to sauna facilities, designer swimming pools and health clubs you could easily check-in to these luxurious escapes and forget to check out! Looking for a spa in Macau? Here’s our list, from A to Z, of the best Macau spas to try.

Macau Spa List

Altira Spa Macau

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Altira Spa is a spa in Macau that will deliver personalised treatments.

At Altira Spa Macau the menu is split into two categories: Replenish and Invigorate.

A personalised treatment is designed for each guest, based on responses to the spa’s treatment preference form.

Splurge on the Gold Indulgence signature treatment, designed to make you glow thanks to a moisturiser made with gold dust.


The 120-minute session includes a massage, body wrap and exfoliation.

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Banyan Tree Spa Macau

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Relax and unwind at the Banyan Tree Macau Spa.

The Banyan Tree Spa Macau takes a holistic approach to spa services and has a menu featuring treatments rooted in Asian traditions.

Many of these treatments employ techniques that have been used for generations.

At a Banyan Tree Spa, you can expect to start with a calming foot bath is flowed by a treatment that is finished off with 30 minutes of Calm Time of refreshments.

Try the Royal Banyan Herbal Pouch Massage, where a herbal pouch is dipped in warm sesame oil and used to heal your body while a therapist uses a fusion of oriental and western techniques to improve circulation and release tension.

A body scrub and Chinese foot massage complete the treatment leaving you feeling deeply relaxed.

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Bodhi Spa at Conrad Macao

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Bodhi Spa is a spa in Macau with spacious treatment rooms and an impressive spa menu.

Named after the Bodhi tree in India, where Buddha attained enlightenment, Bodhi Spa offers a treatment list to balance body, mind and soul.

Try the Bodhi Retreat, which combines Asian, European and Middle Eastern techniques and ideas or the Himalayan Salt Stone Massage using organic salt stones mined from the Himalayas.

On the menu is a range of standard fare, such as Balinese massage and Swedish massage.

Also of note is their menu of treatments designed for men, such as the Muscle East Back Therapy to loosen up the muscles and the three-hour Bodhi Sportsman Body Ritual.

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ESPA Macau at Ritz Carlton Macau

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Enjoy a Macau massage or spa treatment with a difference at ESPA.

Enjoy a Pearl River Chi oriental herbal body massage or a Macau Body Smoother Ritual for deep relaxation.

This Macau-style spa has a range of unique treatments designed to revitalise and rejuvenate.

Facilities at ESPA include vitality pools, steam rooms, shower rooms and relaxation lounges.

The design of the spa is a reflection of Macau’s Portuguese and Chinese roots.

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Isala Spa at Grand Hyatt Macao

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Isala Spa is another Macau hotel spa to put on your spa holiday list.

Decorated in earthy and calming tones, Isala Spa is a tranquil and calm oasis where guests have access to the hotel’s fitness centre, pool and spa facilities such as whirlpools, steam rooms, freeze showers and relaxation lounges.

Treatments are broken down into three categories: Dream, Dynasty and Harmony.

Dream focuses on concentration and Dynasty on indulgence while Harmony is all about revitalisation.

Isala Spa therapists are trained by professional traditional Chinese massage practitioners and treatments utilise indigenous ingredients and ancient healing methods while introducing new ideas and technologies.

Check out the 60-minute Sweet Lychee Scrub or the Express HydraFacial on the Dream menu.

Le SPA’tique at Parisian Macao

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The Parisian Macao spa is a blend of elements from old Paris and old Shanghai.

French elegance meets the romance of old Shanghai at Le SPA’tique in the Parisian Macao.

The spa menu and décor are inspired by the La Belle Époque era of Paris in the 1800s.

Try the Paris of Asia Journey, which is a pampering three-hour relaxation with touches of Asia, such as a traditional tea ceremony, a body exfoliation with rice and use of conventional Asian beauty treatments, such as nourishing Ginseng collagen facial.

The spa’s elegant décor with soft flowing drapes, stylish art and luxurious furnishings is a beautiful escape for a few hours of pampering.

Morpheus Spa

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The Scandinavian design of the Morpheus sauna in Macau.

The US$1.1 billion Morpheus Hotel is an avant-garde 40-storey tower, which is one of the most impressive Macau landmarks

This architectural marvel is the world’s first freeform exoskeleton-bound high rise.

The Morpheus Spa sits across two floors of the hotel and offers a boutique luxury service with only six treatment rooms, two relaxation lounges and state-of-the-art wet facilities.

There’s a steam room, Finnish sauna and vitality pool.

Hot and cold experiential showers squirt out semi-circular body massage jets. And part of the Morpheus Spa journey is the snow garden, which has real snow.

It’s not just the design elements at Morpheus that makes this a unique spa.

The in-house Spa Butler concept offers VIP treatment for guests, including an escort from hotel room to spa.

Exclusive products are used for treatments, such as Margy’s Monte Carlo brand (a favourite of European royals).

NÜWA Spa at City of Dreams

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Check yourself into a Nuwa Spa suite for some pampering.

According to Chinese mythology, Nuwa was the goddess who created man and formed the world using five stones to patch the sky and save the world.

So it’s fitting that NÜWA Spa’s treatments draw on the healing energy of stones.

The spa’s décor is sumptuous and contemporary, with sauna, vitality pools and a zone for foot massages.

Pamper yourself with the four-hour NUWA Spa Ultimate Journey of massage, facial, body wrap and spa cuisine.

Shine Spa at Sheraton Macao

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Shine Spa at Sheraton Macao has a range of Macau massage treatments on the menu.

Shine Spa uses the five elements of Feng Shui (wood, fire, earth, metal and water) across a menu of creative treatment method and a test on the spa’s iPad will help you determine which treatment to choose.

Massages are unique and intriguingly named, such as the Rain Stick Massage (water0, Lava Bamboo Massage (wood) and Mineral Stone Massage (earth).

Then there’s the Harmonizing Massage using 24-carat gold massage oil.

Besides 15 treatment rooms, Shine Spa also offers the signature Five Elemental Treatment poolside in a private cabana.

The Spa at Mandarin Oriental Macau

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For a Macau massage in luxurious surroundings try the menu at the Mandarin Oriental spa.

Spa rituals begin in The Spa’s heat and water complex: a dip in the vitality pool followed by relaxing in the amethyst crystal steam room then cool off under a rainforest shower before zoning out in the sauna.

The Spa has an extensive menu of two to four-hour treatments designed to pamper body and soul.

The two-hour Macanese Dragon Experience is an exotic experience ideal for couples, combining the use of Chinese Baoding balls to release tension throughout the body and Chinese lymphatic body massage techniques.

The treatment kicks off with a foot cleanse followed by a body scrub and later, a steam shower.

Then, take a dip in the Jacuzzi before enjoying a full body massage.

Oh, what bliss!

The Spa at Wynn Macau

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For a decadent Macau massage, try the 168 six-hand massage at The Spa at Encore in Wynn Macau.

There are two spas at Wynn Macau – The Spa at Wynn and The Spa at Encore.

On the menu at The Spa at Encore is the decadent 168 Yiliuba treatment, which is 168 minutes of massage performed by six hands, “Flowing Infinity” facial and “Double Happiness” massage delivered by two therapists.

The Macanese Massage and Ginseng Hot Stones treatments at The Spa at Wynn are among their best but it’s their Signature Silk & Cashmere Awakening treatment that has people talking.

The experience begins with a purifying exfoliation followed by a massage using silk gloves.

Then, there’s a deeper body massage with warm lotus oil.

After the cashmere-infused body wrap, get ready to be covered head to toe with a body cream made with lotus flower extract and shea butter for added glow.

The Spa at Wynn Palace Macau

Expect to be treated like royalty at The Spa at Wynn Palace. The indulgent Wynn Palace Rituals are fit for an Emperor or an Empress.

The Emperor treatment includes an energy stone massage to release muscle tension while The Empress chakra balancing starts with a relaxation massage and ends with a deep cleansing facial treatment.

Try the exquisite Diamond Life Infusion Facial, which uses a gold bar and a gold mask to rejuvenate the skin.

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Tria Spa at MGM Macau

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Tria spa at both MGM Macau and MGM Cotai offers a wonderful list of innovative Macau massage treatments and wellness therapies.

Named for a trio of ideas, wellness, beauty and vitality, Tria Spa offers a menu of ancient Chinese, Ayurvedic and Himalayan healing rituals along with different types of massages, wraps, scrubs and facials.

A unique modern treatment at Tria Spa is the SoSoundTherapy Lounge, where sound vibration is used to relieve stress, tension and pain.

Designed to resemble a Portuguese courtyard and decked out with Portuguese tiles, the spa incorporates traditional Portuguese and Chinese elements in its design.

Relax in a Japanese Hydrating Bath, a soothing bath with a lovely bamboo ginger grass scrub, or try the two-hour Sea and Shell Detoxifying Ritual with its rebalancing seashell massage.

Zensa Spa at Studio City

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Zensa Spa in Studio City offers impressive facilities.

Zensa Spa is a sophisticated contemporary oasis of 13 treatment rooms and uber modern facilities for a lavish pampering session.

Of course, there are vitality pools, saunas and even snow rooms.

Try the Zensa Shell Massage, where heated shells are used to boost energy flow and a combination of Swedish massage techniques with Lomi Lomi massage achieve deep muscle relaxation to calm the senses.

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Christina Pfeiffer
Christina Pfeiffer is a writer, photographer and video blogger based in Queensland, Australia. She has lived in three continents and her career as a travel journalist has taken her to all seven continents. Since 2003, she has contributed travel stories and photographs to mainstream media in Australia and around the world such as the Sydney Morning Herald, CNN Traveller, The Australian and the South China Morning Post. She has won many travel writing awards and is a full member of the Australian Society of Travel Writers.