Winter is (almost) over, so it's time to start pampering yourself in anticipation of a busy summer season in the Hamptons. Whether you're a man or a woman -- young or old -- anyone can appreciate the therapeutic nature of a good day spa.
is like no other on the South Fork. An oasis on the ocean in Montauk, Gurney's offers a spa that vacationers and locals flock to. The Sea Water Spa has the only Thalasso therapy bath in the United States. For a detoxing seawater treatment, this is the treatment. Dip into the heated hydrotherapy tub and then get a seaweed wrap to draw out the impurities and nourish the skin. Along with Roman baths, massages, a heated indoor pool, and all the other services you'd expect at a spa, you'd easily understand why people spend the weekend here.
offers facials, massages, reflexology, and waxing services in a tranquil space in East Hampton. The healing spa focuses on aged-old approaches to a healthful lifestyle and offers eco-friendly products and services. A perfect spot for an afternoon of relaxation.
, just across the street from Naturopathica, offers some of the best manicures and pedicures in town. Loyal clients at Spa 27 comment on how long lasting their manicures and pedicures last. Owner Anita Dandilius keeps the appointments running smoothly and on time, and offers waxing services, as well.
in East Hampton was said to be, by our readers, one of the best spas in town. Offering massages, manicures, pedicures, hair cuts, waxing, body treatments, like wraps, the spa is quiet and clean. They also offer special occasion packages.
is a second-floor getaway from the soon-to-be hustle and bustle of Montauk's Main Street. The owner uses all organic and natural products and offers a relaxing atmosphere before and during treatments. There's even a journal in the waiting room for client's to write down their thoughts and start to release the stresses of their normal day-to-day life.