Escaping to the rustic beauty of nature is a glorious way to relax, but we’re talking about doing it among luxury. Wyoming’s pastoral charm makes it a prime location for spa getaways. Combining luxury with ruggedness and relaxation with recreation, the great spa hotels of Wyoming offer everything you could ever dream about. Soothing aromas and well-trained massage therapists are all present at the best spa hotels of Wyoming. Check them out.
Amangani synthesizes luxurious, amenity-laden relaxation with the rugged environs of the Jackson Hole are. This attention to connectedness not only exudes a pleasing and welcoming ambiance, but it translates to attentive, expertly-trained service staff. Top-notch suites and homes are both available, all wrapped in modern woodwork, large windows, and hip architecture. The rather extensive spa menu is both detailed and approachable, ranging from emphases on “movement,” “beauty” and “holistic.” Worth trying are a number of “Journey” massage sessions, in which the spirit is bound to be as relaxed as the body.
Attached to the delightfully intimate and luxurious Rusty Parrot Lodge, the Body Sage Spa has grown substantially. Once a humble in-house massage center, and now a full-blown, self-contained relaxation oasis, this R&R stop boasts talented massage therapists. Facials, couples’ and singles massages are all top-quality here.
A labor of love circa 1994, the Alpine House started as a small-scale bed & breakfast but has since grown, nurtured by innkeepers Hans and Nancy, into a premier mountain ski lodge destination. The property provides a near-perfect recreation of the idyllic après ski montages of the Swiss Alps. Here, it’s all about relaxation, absorbing the natural beauty, and recuperation via food, drink and some conviviality. The rooms here are charming and cozy: they only need a few happy visitors and a couple pairs of skis to complete the postcard-scene. The “Little Spa” houses talented massage staff, all well-trained. But the unique assets here is the traditional Finnish spa, the sauna: warm wood and aromatics and rejuvenating steam. Maybe it’s the air. Maybe it’s the friendly innkeepers. Maybe it’s the spa. It’s probably a combination. Whatever it is, it’s great.
Situated on 30,000 magnificent acres in the Platte River Valley, Brush Creek Ranch is your dream getaway. This spot was voted “Best Spa” in the U.S. in 2015, and it’s very easy to see why. The on-site Trailhead Spa is a clean and modern structure, made up of sleek stone and tile. The “Bulls-Eye” is highly recommended for any soreness or injuries you may have and the “Arnica Montana” is an impressive deep-tissue experience that you must try. This one-of-a-kind spa is as heavenly as it gets.
Named for the former governor and discoverer of this gorgeous lake and its environs, the Historic Brooks Lake Lodge was formerly built in 1922. And this frontier luxury aesthetic, preserved in the architecture, lighting and decor, perfectly frames a top-notch hotel-spa experience. The art and ambiance bolster the fancy rooms and five-star service, merging those seemingly opposed desires for roughin’-it and being pampered. Even better, the spa services (massage), hot tub and sauna are all affordable. For just over $100, one can enjoy deep tissue, aromatherapy or hot stone sessions, all framed by beautiful Brooks Lake wilderness.
Given its location (Old Town, near all the action), its competitors (Four Seasons, Teton Lodge) and the high-bar expected by all whom visit, the Wort is truly exceptional. Perhaps most importantly, its relatively affordable, and worth every penny. And its “affordability” doesn’t at all hamper its assets: it’s charmingly antique, without any creaks and with all the amenities; its rooms and spa are sleek, modern and brimming with stellar service; and the location gives full access to the bounty of Jackson Hole. Look into the vacation packages to more frugally bundle rooms and getaways.
The resort’s motto is too perfect: “Discover something wild about yourself.” This summates perfectly the pull that Wyoming exudes on the traveler. And Snow King makes use of this inimitable drive. While not the foremost ski mountain (that’d be Jackson Hole), Snow King is the area’s largest resort. It’s a slightly more affordable, even more local, area with a more intimate attachment to the area’s natural magnetism. Be them a condo, cabin or luxury suite, the resort offers pristine accommodations to bookend a mountain spa experience. Alongside a full fitness center and hair salon, Olga’s Day Spa is the place to unwind. From face to skin to deep-tissue, all the services are on offer here, expertly executed and expectedly restorative.
Nothing compares to the majesty of a Four Seasons Resort, and the Jackson Hole location is truly a force to reckon with. This resort impeccably takes advantage of it’s marvelous environment, combining the rustic charm of the surrounding Jackson Hole with a five-star luxurious experience. At this Four Seasons Resort, find rejuvenating massages, salon and facial services, aromatherapy, and much more.
This is one of the older properties, but that just proves that they’ve been doing things right for a long time. You’ll get the true rustic aura of Wyoming at the Lodge at Jackson Hole without sacrificing any luxury. Find a comfortable atmosphere at the Lodge, with a spa service selection that includes deep tissue massages, aromatherapy, a sea algae clay wrap, and so much more. You’ll never want to leave.
Snake River Lodge is unique not only in the beauty of its architecture and locale, but it’s the level of customization on offer, be it in terms of recreation options or room decor. Quaint and cowboy luxury can be swapped for modern sleekness, or vice versa and anything in between. Equally customizable are the range of spa services at the on-site River Spa: a perfect end to a day of skiing, viewing wildlife, or shopping in the village. From facial and skin, to deep-tissue and aromatherapy, settling in to mountain life was never more rejuvenating.