Spending a day at the spa in Gran Canaria can be a great way to relax, rejuvenate, and take care of yourself. There are many benefits to visiting a spa, including reducing stress, improving circulation, and helping you feel more refreshed and energized. A day at the spa can also help you feel pampered and indulged, which can boost your overall sense of well-being. Additionally, many spa treatments, such as massages and facials, can have a positive impact on your physical and mental health. Whether you are looking to de-stress after a busy week or simply want to treat yourself to some self-care, a day at the spa can be a wonderful way to take care of yourself. Check the recommendations for a spa day in Gran Canaria below. And don’t forget to read these articles for recommendations for nail salons, hairdressers and hair laser removal clinics!
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Any good places for a day spa in Las Palmas?
Not in Las Palmas, but the om spa & thalasso by lopesan in Maspalomas is great.
I recently learned that Talasoterapia in Calle Padre Cueto doesn’t just have bundled entries (which are still quite expensive) but also a monthly pass for the circuito for €75 with unlimited entries up to two hours. If you enjoy sauna, ice baths, hot baths and / or waterjets – recommend it. During rush hour from about 5pm or on the weekend you usually need an appointment though.
Check out Talasoterapia Las Canteras, they have a cheap spa circuit that I enjoy and they also offer other services separately.
Are there any ice baths or cool baths on the island?
The cold bath at Talasoterapia Las Canteras is about 15° celcius,if I remember right. If you go into the really hot pool first it feels like ice.
The sign says 12° – 16° I think. It depends on the day a little, but it does the trick.
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