Embrace Perth’s Relaxed Lifestyle at One of These 10 Spas

Ember Bath House

Perth’s spa and wellness centre offering is steadily growing, with options now in the city, spilling into its suburbs. One Perth spa brand alone, Bodhi Day Spa, has six locations, including in Cottlesloe, Yallingup and The Westin Perth.

Ahead, we’re rounding up some of our Perth spa favourites. From spas within luxury hotels, to a bathhouse that opened in Osborne Park late 2023, these are the best places to soak your body, soothe your soul and simply sit back and relax in Perth.

Manusa Day Spa

Manusa Day Spa in East Fremantle uses all-natural products for its facials, massages and body scrubs. Highlight treatments include an organic 60- or 90-minute deep tissue massage, a 60-minute deep hydration facial that uses Medik8 products and a 30-minute feet treatment that sees them soaked, scrubbed and massaged.

Como Shambhala Urban Escape Perth

Located within luxury hotel Como The Treasury, Como Shambhala Urban Escape offers treatments that blend eastern and western healing traditions and are conducted in reimagined 19th-century vaults. Manicures and pedicures are also available. Before or after your treatment, use the spa’s heated indoor pool and gym.

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Image: Como The Treasury

Bodyscape Wellness Spa

Bodyscape Wellness Spa is part yoga studio, part spa, with massages, facials, body scrubs and rituals available. The iKOU de-stress body and mind balance ritual sees the therapist using essential oils on you to promote feelings of positivity. The spa also has an infrared spa, which can be booked for 45-minute sessions.

Olive and July

Ever since she was a kid, Chloe Sherrell was interested in beauty. She opened salon Olive and Young in Subiaco in 2017, hiring a talented team of beauty therapists, skin experts and cosmetic nurses. The salon offers skin treatments, injectables, spray tans and lash applications. Packages feature treatments combined with massages.

Ember Bathhouse

Behind a bronze door in Osborne Park, Ember Bathhouse features an ice bath, hot mineral bath, sauna and steam room. You can also book in for a massage or treatment, held in its studio, and relax after your session in a tea lounge. Towels, robes and slippers are all provided, and bathing suites are mandatory.

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Image: Ember Bathhouse

Crown Spa Perth

The Crown Spa Perth is located within the Crown Perth precinct. Book treatment ‘journeys’, like sleep support therapy, recovering traveller and detox and adrenal boost. It’s recommended you arrive an hour before your treatment, so you can use the spa’s steam room and sauna. Robes and slippers are provided.

Endota Spa Perth

Endota Spa Perth is conveniently located on Hay Street, so if work in the CBD, you can pop out for a lunchtime treatment. On the menu are facials, including hydro-microdermabrasion and LED, body wraps and scrubs, manicures and pedicures, waxing, brow tints and spray tans. The spa has nine treatment rooms.

Bodhi Day Spa

Bodhi Day Spa has six locations in Perth and its surrounds, including in Cottlesloe, Yallingup and the Westin Perth. ‘Bodhi’ means ‘awaken’ in Sanskrit, which is the aim of the spa: to reawaken clients’ mind, body and soul. Highlight treatments include a 60-minute microdermabrasion facial, a 90-minute contour and detox body wrap and a 90-minute chakra balance.

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Image: Bodhi Day Spa

Greenhaus Studio

Greenhaus Studio has locations in Mount Lawley and Claremont. The spa uses skincare that’s small-batch made in Australia, all of it natural, vegan and toxin-free. Treatments include facials, massages and reiki healing. The reiki sessions help restore the flow of universal energy within clients’ bodies to enable them to better heal.

The Ritz-Carlton Perth Spa

The Ritz-Carlton Perth Spa is in the waterfront hotel, with four treatment rooms, male and female vitality pools and an outdoor relaxation area. The spa’s menu features massages, facials and beauty treatments. Highlight ‘experience’ packages are a 180-minute luminous elements journey, a 120-minute reconnection ritual and a 90-minute healing spirit.

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