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New York

AIRE Ancient Baths

Inspired by Greek, Roman and Ottoman baths, this Tribeca staple features everything you need to escape from the Manhattan chill—hot water pools for relaxation, a propeller jet bath to massage your lower back, a salt water pool for flotation and mental relaxation, a steam room, massage treatments and more!

88 Franklin St., New York, NY 10013;

Las Vegas

The Sahara Spa & Hammam at The Cosmopolitan

Okay, so Vegas isn't necessarily cold, but if you're retreating to Sin City for a weekend to get away from the undesirable temps in your area, head to The Cosmopolitan. After a night of fun at the hotel's club Marquee, dinner at STK and crazy amount of shopping, this spa is the perfect destination for a little R&R.

If you're combating dry skin from months of cold air, try the Illuminating Body Peel, which rejuvenates your skin with a mix of fruit, plus salicylic and AHA acids.

3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89109;

New Jersey

Immersion Spa at The Water Club Hotel

This gem is nestled at the top of the Borgata's The Water Club Hotel, and has an extensive massage package for whatever your needs may be. Try their signature healing stone therapy massage, which whisks away tension with warm stones.

1 Renaissance Way, Atlantic City, NJ 08401;


The Peninsula Chicago

This luxurious retreat has a massive warm pool—ideal for taking a quick dip before one of their facial treatments. The Peninsula's menu of facials will cleanse and moisturize your skin, incorporating hot stones for total relaxation and rejuvenation.

108 East Superior St., Chicago, IL 60611;