The best urban spa in Lisbon, and one of the finest in Portugal, is Float In Spa, located in Saldanha. Ideal for visitors who prefer not to use a hotel spa facility, Float In is renowned for its flotation therapy offer. However, it goes without saying that some excellent spas exist in the city's four and five-star hotels. Open to non-hotel residents, these upscale wellness centres offer the visitor a chance to relax and indulge in a range of pampering and feel-good remedies, from beauty and skin-care treatments to wellbeing therapies, massages and body rituals, for him and her. One of the newest spas can be found near Lisbon's main avenue, the Spa at Porto Bay Liberdade. Extended opening hours makes this a popular after work option for busy residents and tired sightseers. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is taken seriously at Real Spa Marina in Cascais, where the signature treatment is thalassotherapy. Back in Lisbon city centre, the underlining philosophy at Acqua Area Longevity is the application of advanced aesthetic medicine techniques. Style and elegance are the hallmarks of The Spa, located near Marquês de Pombal. Likewise, over at Belém it’s all about minimalism and modernity at Bspa. At Saldanha, Spirito treatments are closely linked to ancestral beauty secrets and at The Retreat, the spa has been created and designed in accordance with Feng Shui philosophy. Tucked away in the city’s downtown district is the SPA, easily the most unusual looking of Lisbon’s spas with its organic-looking ‘fig tree’ interior. Back in Cascais, Zensations overlooks the ocean and the seafront views are very much part of the spa experience.
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