Best Spas in Memphis

Best Spas in Memphis

The votes are in for the Best Spas in Memphis.   Memphis is the largest city in Tennessee.   Memphis area communities, also known as Memphis Metro in the Mid-South area, include Bartlett, Cordova, Southaven, Collierville, Germantown, Olive Branch, West Memphis, Horn Lake, Covington, Hernando, Holly Springs, Lakeland, Marion (Arkansas), Millington, Senatobia, Forrest City (Arkansas), and Arlington.  Nicknames or aliases include Birthplace of the Blues, Bluff City, and the Birthplace of Rock ‘n Roll.

Check out our list of award-winning and reader favorite spas and use our guides to both Spas in Memphis and Spas in Tennessee to find the perfect place for your next spa day or spacation.

These day spas offer skin care, massage, manicures, pedicures, aromatherapy, couples treatments and much more.  These spas are considered the Best of Memphis based on polls and ratings from our readers and spa enthusiasts, visits and reviews by, local radio, print and digital media, and spa industry professionals.


Peabody Memphis


149 Union Ave, Memphis

The Peabody’s resort-style luxury Feathers Spa (named for the hotel’s legendary resident ducks) offers a full menu of spa and salon treatments, including massage, body therapies (including wraps and scrubs), skin care (facials and enhancements), wax treatments, manicures and pedicures, hair styling, and make-up artistry.     The Peabody Athletic Club is a Certified Nautilus Training Center with Grecian-style indoor heated swimming pool and whirlpool spa.  Both are located on the hotel’s lower level.

Candidly, it’s one of the few Memphis Hotels which actually has a dedicated spa instead of in-room massage treatments called “spa services.”   Feathers Spa is on the basement level so expect it to be somewhat dimly lighted and not bright or airy, but it’s very nice to be able to come down from your room (or cocktail lounge as is more often the case), get a massage, manicure and pedicure, and hit the town. It’s perfect for that!

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EDEN Spa and Laser, Memphis


1044 Brookfield Rd, Memphis

Medical Director Dr. Neumon Goshorn  and a team of registered nurses and medical estheticians offer a complete menu of skin and body wellness, including medical spa treatments, Botox® and dermal fillers, laser hair removal, skin tightening, skin rejuvenation, massage therapy, CoolSculpting, lash extension and make-up artistry.  Consultations are complimentary, so make it a point to visit this airy, bright and inviting medi-spa.


Serenity Spa Memphis


761 Walnut Knoll Lane, Cordova

Serenity Day Spa is another winner of the Readers’ Favorite Spas in Memphis Poll on and our secret spa reviewer voted it was “the best massage from the four spas I visited.”  Serenity Day Spa has offered its full service menu to Memphis residents since 2001.   The large spa boasts more than 6000 square feet and 17 treatment rooms, and a large upper floor perfect for hosting spa parties and receptions (catering is available).   The spa offers several packages from budget to indulgent, some with an included lunch delivered by a local restaurant.  The service menu includes skin care, cosmetic enhancements, body treatments, hydrotherapy, massage therapy, manicures and pedicures.


Pavo Salon Spa Midtown Memphis

Pavo Aveda Salon Spa Midtown

2157 Central Avenue, Memphis

Pavo offers it all. Cutting edge hair cuts, colors and style, skin care facials, AVEDA body and skin products, make-up artistry, manicures and pedicures, massage, body wraps and scrubs, and waxing, by a talented team of professionals.  Our readers tell us this newest location of the popular two-location Pavo Salons is home to the best stylists and aestheticians in the city.


February 1, 2018 | | Tags: ,

One thought on “Best Spas in Memphis

  1. Candace says:

    I appreciate the reviewer’s honesty, here. Truthfully, Memphis is a really “average” experience for day spas. The Peabody’s spa is nice as an amenity, but even so, it just doesn’t have the lux, over-the-top experiences some other cities do, and I visit many. They don’t *have* to be over-the-top, but it would be nice to have a true indulgence now and again. All of these choices are pretty darn good in a city where I’ve yet to be really wowed.

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