100 Best Spas of the World

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Globe Pequot, Jan 1, 2001 - Travel - 240 pages
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Peace of mind, health, and fitness are first on the New Year's resolution list, and what better way to achieve that than to pamper your spirit! This selective full-color guide to the 100 best spas throughout the world is written by two recognized authorities in the field. It includes both destination spas, which focus on wellness and life-enhancement programs, and resort spas, which combine fun and fitness.

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Contents

UNITED STATES
2
California
8
Ojai Valley Inn Spa
14
Sonoma Mission Inn Spa
20
Florida
27
Kohala Spa at Hilton Waikoloa Village
33
The Regent Las VegasAquae Sulis Spa
39
Utah
45
Schlosshotel LerbachLancaster Beauty Farm
101
Spa Town
108
Grand Hotel Terme Abano
115
Grotta Giusti Terme 117 TUNISIA
123
SWITZERLAND
135
TURKEY
141
The Dorchester
148
Scotland
154

MEXICO
63
AUSTRIA
70
Thalassa Spa at Anassa
76
FRANCE
82
Les Pres dEugenieLa Ferme Thermale
89
GERMANY
95
INDONESIA THE BAHAMAS
186
MALAYSIA
193
ChivaSom International Health Resort 199 CENTRAL SOUTH AMERICA
201
The Regent Resort Chiang MaiLanna Spa 203 Kurotel
218
Spa du SoleilSeabourn Sun
224
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About the author (2001)

Bernard Burt is an internationally recognized authority on the spa industry and a writer and leader in the field of spa vacations and health travel. He writes a column for "Healing Lifestyles & Spas" magazine and tracks trends for "Spa Management Journal." As founding director of the International Spa Association, he launched "Pulse "magazine in 1991. He lives in Washington, D.C.
Pamela Price is a writer, editor, and radio personality who has visited more than 500 spas worldwide. She has written about spas for more than thirty years, and her articles have appeared in more than 100 newspapers and magazines.  She  is the travel columnist for the "Malibu Times" and hosts a monthly review of worldwide spas on the "Joey English Show," broadcast on KNWT-AM 1270 in Palm Springs. Pam lives in Cathedral City, California.
 

Lechtman is a writer and editor who has visited more than 500 spas worldwide. For the past thirty years her articles about spas have appeared in more than 100 newspapers and magazines. She recently served as an advisor for the National Geographic Traveler survey of American spas.

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