Best Spas in Pittsburgh
The votes are in for the Best Spas in Pittsburgh. Check out our list of award-winning and reader favorite spas and use our guides to both Spas in Pittsburgh and Spas in Pennsylvania 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 Pittsburgh based on polls and ratings from our readers and spa enthusiasts, visits and reviews by SpaIndex.com, local radio, print and digital media, and spa industry professionals.
BEST HOTEL SPA
510 Market Street, Pittsburgh
The Fairmont Pittsburgh overlooks PNC Park, with views of the restored downtown and the Pittsburgh city skyline. Guests of the hotel and visitors to the spa are in the center of everything best about the city. The third-floor 6,000 square foot Spa and Health Club were renovated in 2013 to include spa treatment rooms and manicure pedicure stations, and the result is a beautiful escape in the city, welcoming day guests and hotel guests alike. Services include fitness, skin care, massage, manicures, pedicures, steam and sauna rooms, and spa party events.
My monthly membership gives me a clean, bright and inviting place of refuge in the city. After a work out I can enjoy the steam and sauna, or relax with a beverage in the lounge. It includes a facial or massage every month, so no reason to ignore my skin care. If I book additional services, I receive a discount. I was invited to book the manicure pedicure area for my bridal party and I most certainly will.Secret Spa Reviewer
BEST SKINCARE SPAS - TIE
2013 East Carson Street, Pittsburgh
Our readers voted Judit European Day Spa on the South Side as one their two favorite Skincare Spas in Pittsburgh. Judit European Day Spa is a full service day spa offering organic skin care (Éminence Organic Skin Care), massage, waxing, manicures and pedicures, body scrubs and wraps, and spa day packages.
I received my best facial this year, with my favorite skincare line. This esthetician’s rates were more affordable than other locations offering this wonderful line and I received top notch customer service, as well. I was totally relaxed and at home at this day spa despite being a first time guest on an obviously heavily booked day.Secret Spa Reviewer
410 Armandale Street, Pittsburgh
In just two years since opening her spa studio in Pittsburgh, owner Amanda Manol captured the fancy of our readers with her expert skincare, spa and wellness services. No wonder, though, as Amanda has more than 19 years of professional skin and nail care experience along with several industry certifications. Visit PEARL Aesthetic Perfecting Studio for your next custom facial, manicure, pedicure, authentic Brazilian Wax, and a new look with perfect make-up artistry.
Amanda treats my problem skin like it’s a special project — and not a time slot in her day — and with a career which involves meeting with clients face to face all day, this is really important to me. Top notch esthetician.Secret Spa Reviewer
1124 South Braddock Avenue, Pittsburgh
The Pittsburgh Center for Complementary Health and Healing — PCCHH — took top honors for delivering the best overall massage experience. More than center for massage, this wellness place offers a unique approach to ensuring clients are supported on more than physical level. The wellness staff includes Massage Therapists, Energy workers and even a Psychotherapist, who together form a team to provides clients with successful health, stress reduction.
While no hair care or traditional aesthetic services are offered, my partner reviewer and I agreed we simply felt better physically after our visit here, with treatments from Angie and Rebecca, than any other place.Secret Spa Reviewer
BEST NAIL SALON
511 Beaver Street, Suite 201, Sewickley
The village of Sewickley, just 11 miles NW of downtown Pittsburgh, is home to Casa Dolce Spa. Casa Dolce was nominated by many readers as offering among the best manicures and pedicures in the outlying area.
This was my best mani of the year. Well worth the drive from downtown Pittsburgh. I’ve had gel manicures several times and they are rather horrid on my nails, which tend to be thin and easily damaged. Casa Dolce’s nail technician needed to soak off my existing polish before giving me a fresh manicure. I explained my trepidation about nail damage and she told me not to worry, she’d take special care. This is the first gel polish removal that didn’t damage my nails, and her expert care in applying the new manicure left me very happy indeed.