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Recommendations for a spa in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

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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!

Please note that these are answers and recommendations from community members and their personal experiences. Answers can be slightly edited for clarity.

Any good places for a day spa in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria?

Talasoterapia has 2 saunas, big jacuzzi, cold water small pool and 2 other small pools. It cost 14€/h, but it’s cheaper if you book with a massage.
Maja | 05-08-2023

The spa at Hotel Reina Isabel small but OK’ish. It has anice view over Playa de Las Canteras and it has access to a rooftop pool. Indoor you have 2 saunas for 2 people each, a salt-saturated water pool, a small pool (no lanes), a dry salt sauna, and massage table, that you should book in advance. As a person used to central and north-European spas, I think the culture here is different and there isn’t infrastructure to support the same standards. But maybe someone else has had a different experience. I was staying at the hotel as a guest.
Augosto | 04-08-2023

Talasoterapia has a sauna, steam bath, some pools, cold plunge and also offers massages (which are quite good from what I’ve heard, haven’t tried them). What it doesn’t necessarily have is a “relaxing atmosphere” So if that’s important I’d recommend another place.
Frank | 31-05-2023

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.
Frank | 03-10-2022

Check out Talasoterapia Las Canteras, they have a cheap spa circuit that I enjoy and they also offer other services separately.
Amber | 01-12-2021

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.
Peter | 20-12-2022

The sign at Talasoterapia says 12° – 16° I think. It depends on the day a little, but it does the trick.
Frank | 20-12-2022

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