7 Best Sonoma County Spas to Pamper Yourself

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Sonoma County is full of fantastic food, exceptional wine, and adventures aplenty, but sometimes you need a break from the action to reset and relax. Luckily, Sonoma County also has a number of world-class spas to take you from ragged to rejuvenated. Treat yourself to some self care by indulging in one of these seven outstanding spa experiences and rediscover the joy of relaxation.

The Spa Hotel Healdsburg

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Located in the heart of Healdsburg, The Spa at Hotel Healdsburg is the perfect place to unwind after a long day of exploring Sonoma County. True to its Wine Country roots, The Spa offers a wine and honey body wrap designed to hydrate your skin and improve circulation. Be sure to check out their seasonal specials as well — these treatments feature earth’s crystals and essential oils to treat your body and balance your energy. Try the CBD Massage with black obsidian for muscle and joint relief or an Emerald Facial to harness the power of emeralds to bring freshness and vitality to your skin. Once you’re done indulging yourself with treatments, extend your “you” time with a walk around the garden patio, slip into the Jacuzzi, or go for a swim at the hotel pool which spa guests have access to.

25 Matheson Street, Healdsburg, CA 95448, (707) 431-2800

 WineCountry Inspo: Psst! Want a $25 spa credit to enjoy when staying here? Make your room reservation using Promo Code ‘WINEC’ and it’s yours, plus a bottle of wine and in-room chocolates.

Vi La Vita Spa

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The newly opened Vi La Vita Spa is located at the Vintners Resort in Santa Rosa. Begin your visit with time in the steam sauna to open your pores and clear your mind before finding your way to the relaxation lounge to prepare for your treatment. The serene spa features all of the traditional services like aromatherapy massages, body scrubs, and rejuvenating facials, but they also offer intriguing add-ons to these treatments like a scalp de-stress massage and soothing eye therapies. The spa offers blissful couples packages that allow you to relax on a private patio with a glass of wine post treatment, but also is ready to host groups for private experiences so you can all celebrate together. The best part is, when your treatments are done, you can continue your rapture in the indoor Caldarium and enjoy a soak in the heated pool or catch some sun by the stunning outdoor pool.

4350 Barnes Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95403, (833) 852-8482

Osmosis Day Spa Sanctuary

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When booking a spa day, sometimes you want to make it just that… a full day, and no one makes it easier to get completely lost in a zen-like state than Osmosis Day Spa Sanctuary. This Japanese-inspired spa in Freestone is located on five acres of creekside property with five different Japanese gardens to explore before or after your treatments. Stroll through the meditation garden, private pagodas, field of hammocks — talk about keeping that floaty post-massage feeling going — and the Japanese tea garden where you can enjoy a traditional tea ceremony. Unique to Osmosis Day Spa Sanctuary is their therapeutic cedar enzyme bath. Sink into a tub of fragrant ground cedar and rice bran, along with living enzymes, that work to improve circulation, relieve muscle and joint pain, and cleanse the skin. Follow this up with a massage in one of the outdoor pagodas to really commune with nature while being treated or experience a facial with their organic, local skin products.

209 Bohemian Highway, Freestone, CA 95472, (707) 823-8231

The Spa at Kenwood Inn

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Kenwood Inn and Spa is a dreamy Mediterranean-style hideaway in the heart of the Sonoma Valley. Tucked into a hillside overlooking expansive vineyards in Kenwood, it’s the perfect place to get away from it all. If your trip to Sonoma County is fully packed and leaves little room for spa time, book the Mimosa and Mini-Massage poolside package. This quick 20-minute treatment includes a mimosa while being treated to a hand and foot massage — a sure way to re-energize for more adventures. If you have a bit more time, try the Te Amo Massage for two, a side-by-side couples experience that includes a bottle of bubbly to enjoy afterwards by the pool or in your room. There are bath soak options (all sure to lead to a good night’s sleep) as well as salt scrubs and traditional facials. No matter which treatment you choose, be sure to enjoy one of the three heated pools with waterfalls to top off your day of indulgence.

10400 Sonoma Highway, Kenwood, CA 95452, (707) 833-1293

The Spa at Bodega Bay Lodge

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No trip to the gorgeous Sonoma Coast is complete without a visit to The Spa at Bodega Bay Lodge. Their soothing spa has just what your body needs for ultimate bliss, including in-room treatments if you are staying at the lodge. Situated on the coast, it’s only natural that they offer the unique warm shell massage, where the heat and distinctive pressure of the shells provide relief from joint and muscle pain as well as deepen relaxation. Keeping with the coastal theme, the spa also features a sea enzyme facial that uses a seaweed sea enzyme and green tea mask to detoxify the skin followed by clay from the Pacific Ocean to replenish it, and as a nod to Wine Country, there’s also a cabernet grape seed scrub to exfoliate and renew your body. For those looking to make it a full day of coastal enjoyment, the spa has multiple spa packages worth noting.

103 CA-1, Bodega Bay, CA 94923, (707) 875-3525

Raindance Spa at The Lodge at Sonoma Renaissance Resort & Spa

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While Raindance Spa is located at The Lodge at Sonoma Renaissance Resort in the city of Sonoma, you need not be a guest to enjoy its amenities. Begin with a visit to the eucalyptus steam room to open your senses. Any booking at the spa allows for access to hot tubs, soaking pools, and the option to book a private cabana in the spa garden. Visiting with a group? Book a SPA’rty and add a Champagne toast to start the day, followed by savings on various treatment add-ons. Try the Ode to Olive Oil wrap to indulge in a skin moisturizing treatment or a Chakra Balancing Massage if you’re needing to rebalance. If nothing else, be sure to pop in to their Spa Boutique to pick up some favorite local products to bring your spa experience home.

1325 Broadway, Sonoma, CA California 95476, (707) 931-3434

The Spa at Farmhouse Inn

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If you’re looking for a true farm-to-massage table experience, The Spa at Farmhouse Inn in Forestville has it all. Their skilled team will work with you to customize the treatment of your dreams along with a unique-to-you blend of therapeutic oils to be used during your service. Designed for romance, their five unique couples options allow guests to indulge in anything from a couples massage to a full regime couples body scrub, mineral soaks, and massages. If you’re flying solo (or just need some time alone) try the Body Melt, a treatment that includes being wrapped into a body pillow full of alfalfa — long revered by farmers to help extract lactic acid from muscles — lavender, and chamomile, and then massaged until blissful oblivion. You might have to find a way to float back to your room after this cloud nine-level relaxation.

7871 River Road, Forestville, CA 95436, (707) 887-3300

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Laura Bunting

Laura Bunting is a Sonoma County native who enjoys exploring and sharing all things wine country. When not writing about exciting wine country adventures, she loves hiking with her dog in the local regional parks, baking delectable treats, and escaping to the coast.


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