Although the Big Island is home to raw beauty and outdoor adventures, it's also home to a number of luxurious spas for travelers to get pampered at. Hawaiian spa treatments are unique from others since they utilize local ingredients, tropical scents, and even Big Island lava rocks. From hot stone massages by the ocean in Kona, to homemade facial masks in Hilo, the Big Island has a generous offering of spa for relaxation and rejuvenation while exploring the island.
At what is perhaps the island's most luxurious spa, Hualalai Spa measures 28,000 square feet and offers high end treatments on the ocean. The health and wellness experts use a variety of local ingredients, for their complete offering of salon and skin care services, body treatments and massage therapies.
In Hilo Mermade Spa specializes in natural skin care, facials, full body waxing, body therapies and mobile spa parties. The spa offers a holistic and calming environment for everyone to enjoy, and the owner makes many of the facial masks and oils by hand.
Nestled in the rainforest near Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hale Ho'ola utilizes Hawaiian healing techniques. In additional to traditional methods such as lomilomi massage, they also use a lovely array of locally sourced, herbs, flowers, plants, and other locally grown ingredients for massage, body wraps, and beauty treatments.
From the lush east side, to the sunny south side, the Big Island has plenty of lovely spas to relax at.