Daniels, West Virginia( 3 Reviews )
We were inspired by the refreshing slogan of the resort that occupies our No. 1 spot. “If you can dream it, you can live it,” has long been a way of life at the Resort at Glade Springs, and with one-of-a-kind spa services and so much more, endless possibilities truly define your stay at this West Virginia spa resort.
Choose your path to relaxation at Spa Orange, where you’ll find an extensive menu of signature Spa Orange massages, facials and pedicures. You’re sure to be inspired by the spa’s exotic treatments (the Diamond Radiance Facial uses light-reflecting diamond particles to gently erase fine lines), all of which are surprisingly affordable. Next door, skilled stylists at the full-service Studio M can put the finishing touches on your day of pampering with a vibrant new color or hairstyle. Your dream West Virginia vacation starts with choices, and you’ll find plenty at the Resort at Glade Springs. Choose from traditional hotel rooms and suites in the inn or manor houses with floor plans to suit every need. Your kids will love horseback riding, pottery making and golfing at Camp Glade, and you’ll love the guilt-free time it allows you to spend in the spa.
Low 17 degrees, high 78 degrees F.
Interstates 64 and 77 offer easy access to the Resort at Glade Springs. From I-64 West, take Exit 125 and turn left onto Airport Road. Proceed approximately two miles and turn left onto Route 19 South. The Resort at Glade Springs will be on your left. From Beckley Airport proceed on Route 307 West and turn left onto Route 19 South. The Resort at Glade Springs is on your left.
Roanoke, West Virginia
Whether you’re a nature or spa lover at heart, you won’t have to choose between the two at Stonewall Resort. Every element of your stay at this luxury spa resort is inspired by West Virginia’s natural beauty, and the services at Mtn. Laurel Spa perfectly capture the calming essence of the Roanoke countryside.
Let the tranquil waters on miles of Stonewall Jackson Lake shoreline and the quiet forests of nearly 2,000 secluded acres lull you into a serene, relaxed state at Stonewall Resort. Then continue your journey into serenity with nature-inspired treatments and a full-service salon at the resort’s Mtn. Laurel Spa, named for the wildflowers that blossom nearby. We recommend the Aroma Essence Massage: a spectacular blend of Swedish massage, scented essential oils and laurel flower petals. Tee off lakeside on Stonewall Resort’s Arnold Palmer signature golf course, where the spectacular play is enhanced by visits from local wildlife and West Virginia’s mountain country. Taste nature’s bounty on Stillwater’s lakeside patio, where seasonal menus include a sampling of local game, fish and produce. Cottages along the shores of the lake are home to vaulted ceilings, full kitchens and all the comforts of home – plus your own private boat launch!
Low 17 degrees, high 81 degrees F.
Stonewall Resort is located just two miles off of I-79 at Exit 91 and is accessible from all major metropolitan areas within a four-hour driving radius. The resort is an easy drive from airports in Charleston and Clarksburg. By car, take I-79 to Exit 91 (to Roanoke) and follow the signs to Stonewall Resort.
Stonewall Resort’s property spans 2,000 pristine acres and features a surrounding state park, the Stonewall Resort State Park.
Morgantown, West Virginia
We believe great golf shouldn’t come with a great big price tag – and we’ve found one West Virginia resort that agrees: Lakeview Golf Resort and Spa. Not only do you get access to world-class golf at an affordable price, your stay also includes signature services at Lakeview’s Spa Roma– the perfect complement to a day on the greens.
The Allegheny Mountain foothills are home to the two championship golf courses and full-service spa of Lakeview Resort and Spa. Golf the 18 holes of the Lakeview Course, designed by James Harrison and surrounded by West Virginia’s rolling hills and the deep blue waters of Cheat Lake. Or test your skills on the Mountainview Course, where 18 uniquely designed holes wind through towering mountain peaks. Then unwind with your choice of sumptuous services (massages, facials, manicures and pedicures – take your pick) in 8,800 sq. ft. of pamper-filled bliss at Spa Roma. Relax in Lakeview’s comfortable guest rooms, or upgrade to a suite complete with wet bar and panoramic views of Cheat Lake. And with lodging, breakfast and dinner each day – plus two rounds of golf with complimentary cart rental – for under $100, they practically pay you to stay-and-play at Lakeview Golf Resort and Spa!
Lakeview Golf Resort and Spa is easily reached from I-68. Take Exit 10 off of I-68 and proceed into Morgantown. The resort is 10 miles east of the intersection of I-79 and I-68 on scenic Cheat Lake.
Golf legends Sam Snead and Jack Nicklaus are course record holders at Lakeview Golf Resort and Spa’s two championship golf courses.
Union, West Virginia
Tucked away in West Virginia’s Greenbrier Valley, Creekside Resort and Spa is a timeless treasure – and the ideal destination for your next romantic spa getaway. More than 200 acres of untouched beauty surround the resort and serve as inspiration for massages and more at this au naturale spa retreat.
Creekside Resort and Spa’s Spoil Him and Pamper Her packages are the perfect beginning to any romantic spa weekend. You’ll both emerge renewed from Creekside’s signature massages and facials using natural spa products – plus a 32-piece box of Bayard’s Chocolates and a jar of PureSpa custom-blend facial cream to take home. Finish your spa-inspired day with a dip in the outdoor pool before retiring to a semi-private hot tub in your suite at the Mountain Lodge. For a more secluded romantic spa escape, stay in a cottage overlooking Indian Creek, where a crackling fire in the wood-burning stove sets the mood. Explore the natural inspirations behind Creekside’s signature spa treatments, all waiting to be discovered outside your door. Savor local flavors with four-course meals featuring fresh eggs, trout and poultry – we loved scrumptious dishes like chicken breast with morels in a white wine sauce – at the Farmhouse Inn.
From Washington D.C. and points in the North and East, take I-81 South to I-64 West. Take Exit 175 to Caldwell/White Sulphur Springs and turn left at the stop sign onto Route 60 West. Follow Route 60 to Caldwell and turn left onto Route 63. Turn left onto Route 219 South and follow 11 miles to Union. In Union, turn right at the four-way stop to stay on Route 219 South. Continue eight more miles on Route 219 and turn right onto Route 122. Turn left at Oliver Ballard Road and follow the signs to the reservation office.
Creekside Resort and Spa has been owned and operated by multiple generations of the Sandell family since 1972.
Martinsburg, West Virginia
Set on 1,800 secluded, tree-lined acres at the gateway to the Shenandoah Valley, the Woods lives up to its name. Multiple lodging options take advantage of the resort’s backwoods location, while abundant onsite activities like hiking and fishing – plus a spa – make the Woods a nature-inspired, West Virginia spa retreat!
You’ll feel welcomed and well-cared for when you cross the threshold into the Sleepy Creek Spa at the Woods. Begin with a whirlpool soak and a cup of herbal tea before indulging in Sleepy Creek’s signature treatments like the Mountain Heat Body Wrap. Book one of Sleepy Creek’s Spa packages for the ultimate weekend retreat: two nights lodging, breakfast and dinner each day and a luxurious assortment of wraps, scrubs and massages! The Sleepy Creek Spa is easily the crown jewel of this West Virginia spa resort, but the adjoining Sleepy Creep Wildlife Management Area, and its 75 miles of hiking trails and 205-acre fishing lake, is a close second. Newly-remodeled cottages feature whirlpool baths – the perfect end to a nature- and spa-filled day. And Walnut Pub’s signature crab cake sandwich is so good our mouths are watering just thinking about it! Nearby, historic Shepherdstown – West Virginia’s oldest town – boasts shopping, dining and much more.
The Sleepy Creep Wildlife Management Area that adjoins The Woods features 75 miles of hiking trails and a 205-acre fishing lake.
From the Berkeley Springs area and I-70, take the Hancock Exit toward Berkeley Springs. In Berkeley Springs, make a left at the third stoplight onto Route 9 East. Follow Route 9 East and turn right onto Mountain Lake Road. Follow Mountain Lake Road to the main resort entrance on the right. From Martinsburg and I-81, take Exit 16W toward Hedgesville and Berkeley Springs. Proceed on Route 9 West and turn left onto Mountain Lake Road. Follow Mountain Lake Road to the main resort entrance on the right.
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Don’t want to leave? Now you don’t have to. More than 1,200 families own homes at The Woods as part of the resort’s real estate offerings.
Canaan Valley, West Virginia
Canaan Valley’s Highland Inn and Spa promises to make your dream West Virginia spa vacation a reality – and do they ever deliver! This charming inn boasts adventure-filled activities by day, gourmet dining and deluxe suites by night and plenty of pampering in the spa for all those in-between moments.
Surrender to eco-friendly spa treatments at Highland Inn’s bliss-inducing spa. Therapeutic hot stones and essential oils are combined with an assortment of massage techniques to relax sore muscles, ease tension and melt your stress away. The spa is also a frequent host to relaxation clinics and an extensive hypnotherapy program. Combine the spa’s soothing treatments with adventure packages and deluxe suites in the inn for a truly memorable West Virginia spa adventure! Tucked away in West Virginia’s scenic Potomac Highlands, the Highland Inn and Spa is home of Highland Scene Tours and Canaan Valley Outfitters. Mountain bike through the scenic Canaan Valley, kayak through upland meadows and marshlands on the Blackwater River or navigate the thrilling waters of Cheat Canyon on a whitewater rafting trip – Highland Inn and Spa puts the finest West Virginia recreation at your fingertips!
Highland Inn and Spa is conveniently located on Route 32 in the heart of Canaan Valley. From Pittsburgh and surrounding areas, take I-79 South to Route 33 East and Route 32 North.
The magnificent Blackwater Canyon is considered the "Crown Jewel of West Virginia.”
Berkeley Springs, West Virginia
With its old world charm, traditional brick exterior and location at the end of a quiet, country road, the historic inn and spa of the Country Inn at Berkeley Springs takes you back to the early days of West Virginia’s first spa town.
Yet plenty of updated amenities – and the thoroughly modern Five Senses Spa – let you relive history with a 21st-century twist. Experience nature’s healing powers with a soak in mineral-rich spring water from the adjoining Berkeley Springs State Park, followed by unique massage treatments using crystals found in the mountains behind the inn. Splurge with a spa package, complete with two days at the inn, mineral baths and dining for two and your choice of massage or European facial! Guest rooms in the historic inn – each individually decorated for a truly unique experience – feature traditional oak furniture and canopy or wrought iron beds. Kick back at the Morgan Tavern, a quaint, English-style pub with a full-sized bar. Sample freshly-prepared dishes with a local flair at four dining options, or explore art galleries and antique malls in downtown Berkeley Springs. And there’s plenty to do at the nearby Cacapon State Park, home to hiking, horseback riding, world-class golf and much more!
The Country Inn is less than a two-hour drive from Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland, and is located just south of I-70 on US 522. From Washington, D.C., and Northern Virginia, take I-66 West to I-81 North to Exit 310 and turn left at the traffic light onto 37 North. Follow 37 North to the next Romney/Berkeley Springs exit. Turn left at the traffic light onto 522 North. Follow 522 North for 36 miles to the inn, which is on the left.
The Country Inn is located in the town of Bath, also known as Berkeley Springs, and long considered home to the country’s first spa.
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The Country Inn is home to four unique dining amenities for your culinary pleasure.
White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
Since 1778, the healing waters of Greenbrier’s natural springs have welcomed royalty, presidents and celebrities from across the globe. Today, this West Virginia spa resort preserves its reputation for refinement with a healthy respect for the past – and a look to the future – with signature treatments in its spa.
The springs at the center of the property have long been an attraction, but the Greenbrier takes their soothing qualities and healing powers to a new level at its four-star spa. The healing begins with a soak in the soothing mineral waters of Sulphur Springs and proceeds with invigorating Swiss Showers to stimulate circulation. Skilled therapists apply a mineral-rich mud mask to draw out impurities before finishing with a full-body massage for total relaxation. Ah, bliss. Relive nearly a century of history at the Greenbrier, with sparkling chandeliers, stately columns and fine dining reminiscent of a Southern mansion. Even the activities at this resort are steeped in tradition: three championship golf courses played by U.S. presidents and golf legends, sporting clays and trap shooting at the gun club and a traditional afternoon tea service that maintains the same elegance as when it was first served back in the 1930s.
Low 10 degrees, high 77 degrees F.
From I-64 West, take Exit 181 to White Sulphur Springs. Take a right at the end of the exit ramp and proceed to Greenbrier’s main entrance on your right. From I-64 East, take Exit 175 to White Sulphur Springs and take a left at the end of the exit ramp. Turn right at the stop sign and proceed three miles to Greenbrier’s entrance on your left.
Since 1778, people have traveled to Greenbrier to “take the waters” and restore their health.
Wheeling, West Virginia( 1 Review )
Once a private estate, Oglebay Resort and Conference Center promises comfortable luxury and adventure, while the newly completed West Spa offers plenty of opportunities for pampering. And with 15 meeting rooms and more in the onsite conference center, we think it’s the perfect place for a West Virginia corporate spa retreat!
Oglebay Resort and Conference Center has long been known for its exceptional service and one-of-a-kind amenities – and you can expect more of the same from its latest venture: the 5,000-sq.-ft. West Spa. Here, you’ll find muscle-relaxing massages, hydrating body wraps, exfoliating scrubs and homeopathic healing with reflexology treatments. And all of Oglebay’s signature services feature the added luxury of Zents aromatherapy oils! We dare you to find a better place for your next West Virginia corporate event than Oglebay’s state-of-the-art conference center. With a full-service spa and spacious estates for groups large and small, plus a staff guaranteed to exceed your expectations, you’ll find everything you need for a worry-free retreat. Themed events like pig roasts and murder mysteries – and plenty of outdoor adventures like horseback riding, fishing and an onsite zoo – add a unique twist to the traditional corporate retreat!
Oglebay Resort and Conference Center is located in Wheeling, West Virginia, on Route 88 North, just four miles off of I-70 at Exit 2A. From Pittsburgh, take I-79 South to I-70 West and take Exit 2A to Wheeling. From Columbus, take I-70 East to Wheeling Exit 2A. From Cleveland, take I-77 South to I-70 East and exit at Wheeling.
Oglebay Resort, formerly a private country estate, also served as a model farm where research in soil culture and crop rotation was carried out.
Related Onsite Offerings
Oglebay Resort is conveniently located near Wheeling Park, a 406-acre activity center, rich in history, with a variety of natural attractions.
Berkeley Springs, West Virginia
The Berkeley Springs Spa and Inn is a peaceful mountaintop retreat – and the first spa in West Virginia designated solely for the private use of its guests. This unique feature makes the inn a perfect couples escape and an obvious choice for our No. 10 spot – no easy task in a town where spas seem to outnumber people.
Located on 40 acres in the town of Bath, home of the country’s first spa, Berkeley Springs Spa and Inn sets a new standard for spa experiences. Heated massage tables, high quality aromatherapy oils and specialty mask products are all staples of the spa’s signature treatments. And every stay at the inn includes a relaxing massage, choice of manicure, pedicure or facial, and unlimited use of spa amenities like a custom-made sauna, spring water-filled Jacuzzi and outdoor pool. Your romantic weekend begins with individually-decorated rooms in the Berkeley Springs Inn. Indulge in simple luxuries like Victorian-era furnishings, white cotton linens and private decks or balconies – plus plenty of privacy. The romance continues in the inn’s private dining room, where locally grown herbs and vegetables, signature dishes like French Cut lamb chops and an assortment of homemade sorbets and delicious desserts are all included in your fare.
Berkeley Springs is easily reached from most Mid-Atlantic cities and is only 100 miles from both Baltimore and Washington, D.C. To ensure the complete privacy of the inn’s guests, directions to Berkeley Springs Spa and Inn are available once you book your stay.
The Berkeley Springs Spa and Inn is filled with fine art, including Japanese wood carvings and works by French artist Fabriana Delacoix.