Brenner’s Park Hotel and Spa, Baden Baden, Germany

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Brenner’s Park Hotel and Spa, Baden Baden, Germany

Sitting on a chair of hot stones in the Lanconium, a stone chamber with 50°C radiant heat, and contemplating your navel is just one of the treats in store in the long-established jewel of Germany’s leading spa town. Situated in the northern foothills of the Black Forest, Brenner’s Park-Hotel and Spa’s medical spa and two beauty spas, offer enough in the way of hi-tech beauty and wellness treatments, with green initiatives to take away the sting. The spa is chemical-free, the pool is treated with ozone and the hotel uses regional products and organic food. Soak in a lotus oil and milk bath (£37) or Japanese blossom steam bath, wish the wrinkles away in the oxygen relaxarium, and inhale herbs in the biosauna. There is also a multi-media centre for those who just don’t know how to switch off.

Natura Park Eco-Resort & Spa, Cabeza De Toro, Dominican Republic

You can shiatsu yourself into shape and see conservation in action at the Natura Park Eco-Resort Hotel on the sands of Bavaro Beach in Cabeza De Toro. This resort, built on the site of a former coconut plantation, is surrounded by a conservation area comprising vast tropical gardens, mangrove forest and a natural lake that’s home to rare species of flora and birdlife, turtles and flamingos. Solar power provides much of the resort’s energy and minimalist building works have incorporated local wood, cane, coco palms and unearthed stones into the furniture and walkways. Boost your lymphatic drainage in the Health Centre or sweat it out on the tennis courts and before you flop on the beach. The resort runs guided walking tours of the conservation area and educational workshops on the ecological projects of the region.

Tabacón Grand Spa Thermal Resort , Arenal, Costa Rica

Spas don’t come much wilder than Tabacón Grand Spa Thermal Resort, situated at the foot of Costa Rica’s Arenal volcano. Designed around the country’s major tourist attraction of Tabacón Springs – mineral rich and super-heated waters that course down from the volcano – this 114-room property harnesses nature without harm. The thermo-mineral rivers, running at a soothing 27º C to 42º C, flow through exotic tropical gardens, forming natural waterfalls, river pools and tropical bathtubs. When you start to prune, head inside to the spa’s womb-like hot huts and sample the ancient holistic healing art of Temazcal. Take a steam bath ritual or opt for the full Monty – the Grand Temazcal of the Rain Forest, led by the resident shaman. Sustainable tourism practices are top notch – all of the resort’s water comes from the hot springs and is treated in its own plant, new hydroelectric power systems are in motion and Tabacón sponsors reforestation programs for native species.

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