Adirondack Spa Resorts

Sagamore Resort Spa lobby

Nab that summit, then recover at an Adirondack spa, or simply get away to a mountain resort for the ultimate week of rest and relaxation! Local spa resorts offer a menu of your favorite services, and more than a few unique to the Adirondacks. Turn off the noise of everyday life in our spa sanctuaries. With on-site luxurious accommodations, you can easily spend your entire getaway going from the spa to relaxing in your luxurious room and back again.

At Lake Placid's Mirror Lake Inn Resort & Spa, indulge in an Adirondack maple sugar body scrub. First, the treatment gently exfoliates with maple sugar crystals; then, a custom-made French vanilla body butter restores your skin's healthy glow. A Vichy shower—five shower heads above the massage table rain warm water onto your body—evokes the serenity of a secret waterfall. After a day on the trail or cruising Lake George, add the Sea C Brightener to a facial at The Sagamore Resort's spa. This treatment enlists vegetal ingredients and antioxidants to ensure even skin tone and slow signs of aging. Ski Gore Mountain, then pamper bruised toes with a pedicure at North Creek's Copperfield Inn Resort in the Lake George Region.

Schedule your Adirondack spa stay today. Because a deep tissue massage—perhaps with heated river stones?—could improve your mind and performance on bike or skis. Or simply leave you feeling refreshed and ready to face the day!

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