Stone MassageDon’t let the rugged beauty of the Allegheny Mountains fool you. The County of Bath has a softer, more refined side. It is an ideal place for a relaxing spa vacation. Convenient locations allow visitors to hit the gym, get their hair styled, and head to the spa for a day of facials, massaging and soaking. Every spa has different packages, so there is something for everyone.

  • New Phase Body Therapies

    9227 Sam Snead Highway
    Hot Springs, VA 24445
    • 540-679-0616

    Offering therapeutic massage and bodywork.

    Handicap Accessible
  • The Omni Homestead Spa

    The Spa at The Omni Homestead Resort

    The Omni Homestead Resort
    7696 Sam Snead Highway
    Hot Springs, VA 24445
    • 800-838-1766
    • 540-839-1766

    For a relaxing, luxurious spa experience, The Spa at The Omni Homestead offers a tranquil getaway from the stress of everyday life. Whether you want some alone time with a peaceful solo massage or a romantic spa package with your spouse, The Spa at The Omni Homestead customizes its services to fit your individual needs. Some spa packages offered include the Soothing Solo Package, the Divine Duo Package, the Tranquil Trio Package, The Homestead Your Way and the Romance Package. Rejuvenate from head to toe and schedule your appointment today. For spa appointments, please call (877) 479-8517

    Handicap Accessible
  • Warm Spirit Spa

    92 Old Germantown Road
    P.O. Box 35
    Warm Springs, VA 24484
    • 540-839-6600

    At the Warm Spirit Spa, you will enter a world of soothing sounds, comforting aromas, healing hands – a perfect place to get away for deep relaxation and quieting the soul.  Located in the village of Warm Springs, the Warm Spirit Spa is a cozy oasis offering therapeutic massage, facials, skin care and Ayurvedic body treatments by caring and experienced therapists.

    Along with our beloved Warm Spirit Spa Signature Massage (a healing combination of Swedish, deep tissue and hot stones massage) we offer a variety of other healing modalities such as supping and Ayurvedic Treatments. Using your body’s needs as our guide, we will recommend the service best suited to your relaxation and restoration.

    Prefer a facial? Our licensed aesthetician will pamper you.

    Call for an appointment.

  • Warm Springs Pools

    11 Bath Street
    Warm Springs, VA 24484
    • 540-839-5346
    • 800-838-1766
    • 540-839-1766

    Important Notice:

    The Warm Springs Pools are closed as they undergo a major restoration. The target for re-opening the pools is late December 2022.

    Warm Springs Pools

    Legend has it that the first person to discover the healing power of the warm springs was an Indian brave.  Weary from traveling across the rugged mountain terrain, he bathed in the warm mineral waters, and was instantly renewed.  According to legend, the springs of Bath then became a sacred place to the Native Americans of the region.  Not long thereafter, the Warm Springs became the first stop by European visitors and wealthy Americans on their summer sojourn to “take the waters”.

    The magnificent, naturally warm mineral springs are located in the village of Warm Springs.  Originally developed as a spa resort in the mid 1750’s, the first bath house (the Gentlemen’s Pool House) was opened to the public on June 1, 1761 and is now considered the oldest wooden spa structure in continuous operation in the United States.  The inside octagonal wooden pool is approximately 120 feet in circumference, and holds 40,000 gallons of constantly flowing, crystal clear mineral spring water which remains a constant 98.5 degrees regardless of the outside temperature.  On June 1, 1836 a separate Ladies Pool House was opened, fed by a separate spring whose waters have the same properties as those which supply the adjacent Gentlemen’s Pool House.

    Today, as in days past, the pools remain a popular attraction to visitors who continue to seek their healing powers and to historians interested in the architectural and historical importance of the structures.  Anyone who has enjoyed a soak in these mineral rich baths understands why they have been an enduring attraction for over two centuries.

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