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There's no better way to take a break from the jet set life than to indulge in a few hours of pure bliss and relaxation at a spa. Picture a Roman-style, luxurious bath that makes you feel like royalty! If that sounds appealing, head straight to TriBeCa where Aire Ancient Baths is located. Offering such unique experiences, the kind that you wouldn't mind paying extra bucks for, this reclaimed textile-factory-turned-spa is a candlelit oasis with tranquil pools of different temperatures and marble steam rooms. The bathing ritual is followed by a deep-tissue massage, which is guaranteed to soothe those stressed out muscles and put a spring back in your step. In following with their Roman-style setup, they also offer the Red Wine Ritual, where you actually soak in a tub of red wine before getting a four-handed massage using wine essence oils.

Tucked away in the basement of the chic Greenwich Hotel, owned by famed actor Robert De Niro, the Shibui Spa is unlike any other in New York City. The zen-like atmosphere of the dark wood accented spa will have you forgetting about your worries in no time. Soft linen robes and comfortable slippers are presented to each guest upon arrival, as well as bathing suits for the tranquil, lantern lit swimming pool if they've forgotten their own. The list of treatments run the gamut of usual spa offerings with everything from facials and scrubs to massages and seasonal baths to private yoga and pilates sessions. Their philosophy of balance will have you living, and enjoying, the present moment.

Great Jones Spa is the only spa in New York to feature a water lounge. The Wet Lounge, as it is called, uses water based therapies that will surely de-stress and soothe you more than any spa therapy. Their various specialty treatments are an excellent way to detoxify as well as relax. Clients are left with this one-of-a-kind experience of tranquility and peace. The three-story waterfall enhances the serene and calm ambiance. The spa also offers services beyond beauty treatments. It focuses on the whole well-being. Services like Reiki and crystal healing therapy are also available. The hair salon hours differ from spa hours, please check the website for the same.

Treat yourself to an authentic Russian banya right in the heart of Brooklyn. The wood and marble interiors complement the various services offered, including tile pools of shaved ice and one of the area's best dry saunas. While you may be familiar with the Swedish massage, the Mermaid Spa tempts you with one of their specials - a traditional massage with soap and twisted bundles of oak and birch twigs called venik. For more details on services, be sure to check their website.

Step inside this East Village institution and be magically transported to exotic Russia of 100 years ago. Indulgences available at the immaculate and spartan facility include a redwood sauna, steam room, sun deck and cold pool. The clientele is mostly Russian, and the place has the good-natured feeling of an establishment filled with satisfied regulars. Hours vary between unisex, men only and women only so check the website for correct hours for you to visit.

At Argana Day Spa, you have the chance to rejuvenate yourself the traditional Moroccan way: by spending some time in the Hammam. While you enjoy your personal steam session, the therapist cleanses your body with organic soap, followed by exfoliation and the application of a traditional Rhassoul mud mask. There are many massages for individuals as well as couples, that are meant for complete de-stressing. The many facials available detoxify and exfoliate your skin, leaving it looking radiant. For a thoroughly relaxing day, book your appointment at this day spa.

For a shocklingly low daily price, Wall Street Bath & Spa 88 lets you gain access to a world of luxury. You can rejuvenate yourself in a multitude of ways; Russian sauna, Old American Shvitz, Eucalyptus steam room and a cold plunge room are just some of them. There is a VIP suite, which comes with a private jacuzzi, TV and other facilities, that you can hire for a private event. There are also a juice bar and cigar lounge on-site. Massages, body scrubs and tanning are offered, as is the specialty Platza treatment, wherein you get scrubbed with a broom of oak leaves while in the Russian sauna. You can complete the visit with a meal from Restaurant Matryoshka.

Five stories of indulgence await you at Spa Castle, New York's version of paradise. This is a spa that has taken the very best aspects of Asian and European methods of relaxation and put them all together in one mammoth 100,000 square foot (9290.304 sq. m) facility. No two floors are the same, except for the fact that they all present you with the opportunity for total and complete relaxation. The lobby is the only floor that has different spaces for women and men and boasts of four mineral pools. The first floor has seven unique sauna rooms, while the mezzanine level is a relaxation lounge where you can sit back and watch TV while you get arm and foot massages. At the Bade pools on the second floor, the benefits of hot water are combined with those of acupressure, giving you a wonderfully relaxing experience. The third and final floor features a state of the art fitness center where you can spend a few hours getting into perfect shape. The food court and bar and grill round off this refreshing getaway, which with its kid-friendly facilities, is perfect for the family too.

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