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From Venice to the Dolomites, Lake Garda to the Italian Riviera, Northern Italy encompasses rolling foothills, dramatic coastlines, vineyards, and cities. Explore this diverse region and indulge in a relaxing retreat at one of the many spa hotels in Northern Italy, all offering the opportunity to unwind in stunning natural surroundings. Pamper yourself after a day exploring the pristine shores of Lake Garda, or an afternoon shopping in the decadent fashion houses of Milan. It’s all yours with a vacation to one of the many spa hotels in Northern Italy.

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Spa Hotels Northern Italy

Northern Italy is home to some of the most diverse and stunning natural landscapes in Europe. From the ancient towns which dot the coast to the lush, rolling hills of South Tyrol, Northern Italy offers a variety of blissful destinations ideal for a relaxing retreat. Choose a spa hotel in Milan for its incredible architecture and rich culture, or the shores of Lake Garda for its rejuvenating hiking opportunities and timeless beauty. No matter which of Northern Italy’s stunning regions to choose, you will not be disappointed by the variety of spa hotels available across this gorgeous part of southern Europe.

Spa Hotels in Northern Italy: Our selection of top destinations

South Tyrol: Where Italy, Austria and Germany collide

Nestled in the Dolomites between Austria and Switzerland, South Tyrol is an autonomous region of Northern Italy known for its jagged peaks, chocolate-box villages, rolling hills and crystal clear lakes. A predominately German-speaking area, South Tyrol is gifted with a prime location in the heart of the Italian Alps, ideal for luxury hotels high in the mountains. The location opens up ample opportunities for winter sports, hiking, and mountain biking – plus endless reasons to soak in the mountain air at a tucked away 5 star hotel set amongst gorgeous surroundings. South Tyrol’s distinctly Austro-Germanic feel makes this destination truly unique, and its capital city Bolzano is a prime example, providing ample opportunities to explore its farmers’ markets and medieval city center. Not far from Bolzano is Merano with its popular thermal baths, perfect for both families and couples seeking wellness and relaxation. South Tyrol is also an important winemaking region, producing a high quality of aromatic reds and crisp whites to a standard greater than anywhere else in Italy.

Lake Garda: Northern Italy’s shining jewel

Located in the heart of Northern Italy, 5 star spa hotels on Lake Garda offer visitors an opulent escape from reality, providing exemplary surroundings where one can unwind. The lake is home to several beautiful towns; each vying with each other to capture your attention. The real star, however, is the lake itself. No matter where you hike, bike, or stay, you will never get bored of the sweeping vistas that make up Lake Garda’s 52 kilometers. Take a day trip to the ancient fortified town of Sirmione, which lies on a stretch of land in the south of the lake. With its 13th century castle and Roman ruins, this hamlet offers visitors a glimpse into the history of the region. Located on the lake’s northern bank is Riva del Garda, which features two harbors that make it well-equipped for sailing, wind surfing and boat trips. Enjoy a morning coffee in the town’s Piazza, admiring the Torre Apponale clock-tower. A visit here allows you to step into the shoes of Nietzsche, Kafka, and other creatives who have spent time admiring Lake Garda’s romantic shoreline.

Venice, Milan and Genoa: Northern Italy’s premier cities

While luxury spa hotels throughout Northern Italy can be found nestled in secluded surroundings or high in the foothills of the Dolomites, you will be delighted to discover that many can be found in some of Italy’s most iconic cities. A stay in Milan offers travelers a heavy touch of cosmopolitan exploration, as it is known as a hub for cutting-edge fashion and design. Milan is also steeped in ancient history, which is visible in the Gothic architecture of the arresting Duomo di Milano cathedral and Santa Maria delle Grazie convent. Venice is another location that needs no introduction. The Floating City has captured the imaginations of poets, playwrights, artists and lovers for centuries, and is truly one of the world’s most picturesque destinations. Genoa, situated on the dramatic Italian Riviera, is Italy’s largest seaport and features a maze of narrow streets (known as caruggi) that wind past ancient architectural splendors, cozy bars, restaurants and boutique stores. Teaming with national parks, gorgeous lakes and historic towns, spa hotels in Northern Italy offer an unparalleled sense of luxury you’ll be hard-pressed to find anywhere else.