I’ve never been a fan.
When it comes to relaxation hotels, I don’t care for the “low-stress” feeling of a room that feels “more like a prison than a hotel room.”
But the low-stress feeling of “a comfortable, quiet, relaxed space” seems to be a staple of many relaxation rooms, so I suppose I’m fine with relaxing rooms that are “just relaxing.”
It’s all relative.
And while some are actually relaxing rooms, others are “more of a prison,” and there are plenty of other things you could do that are also relaxing.
Relaxation hotels have a lot of things in common with prisons, and that’s why I’ve chosen the two above to highlight.
And if you are still undecided about whether to consider a relaxation hotel, I would strongly recommend you take a look at these two.