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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Spas Site! These are the top ten articles that your Spas Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Sparkling Hill Resort is a North American First
When it opened in May 2010, Sparkling Hill Resort, in Vernon, British Columbia was one of the most talked about spa destinations in North America -- as much for its unique range of treatments as for its use of more than 3.5 million Swarovski crystals. It quickly earned the prestigious 2011 Senses W
2. Chaa Creek - a Belize Retreat
Set high above the Belize River Valley, Chaa Creek takes romantic spa getaways into the heart of the jungle.
3. Elemental Embrace - an Ontario 5-Senses Spa
Set amidst 30 acres of Ontario woodland, 90-minutes east of Toronto, Elemental Embrace lives up to its name as a wellness spa retreat that combines a holistic, Ayurvedic wellness approach with luxury accommodations, state-of-the-art facilities, and a wide range of Eastern and Western spa therapies
4. Miraj - Vancouver's Luxurious Hammam Spa
Steamy luxury - an insider's experience to North America's first authentically-styled hammam spa
5. Ginseng Spa Takes Root
Located next to a Ginseng factory in Kamloops, British Columbia, this purposed-built ginseng-based spa is not only the first of its kind North America, it's a retreat, a surprise, and an education as to the healthful qualities of this miracle plant.
6. Spa Options in Las Vegas
Sin city spas of Las Vegas offer pizzazz and polish Ė you betchya
7. Trump and Wynn
Two Las Vegas spas that strut their stuff
8. Canyon Ranch and The Bellagio
Two spa classics in Las Vegas
9. Vitality Spa in San Francisco
If Coney Island had a spa, it would look like Vitality Spa on San Franciscoís Pier 39. Itís a wild ride of experiential spa gadgets that will tickle your funny bone from head to toe.
10. Man Only Spas Ė The Testosterone Invasion
Historically, spas were always places for men. The ancient Romans had their baths, the Japanese their soaks, and the Native Americans their sweat lodges. But itís only recently that men are reclaiming that heritage. Men are invading womenís spas as women have invaded menís gyms.
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