Top 10 Korean Spas to Visit in Koreatown LA

Korean spas are the place to go to relax and destress after a long week of hard work. Korean spas are catered towards those who wish to relax in unique spa rooms with high temperature to help you sweat so that you can de-stress. In Korean, they are translated to Jimjilbang which means heated rooms, as they are gender-segregated bathhouses. 

They have options like the steam room, clay room, salt room, and more. It’s also a great place to go for a spa day with friends or family because there is delicious food as well as a communal sleeping ground where you can watch tv or take a nap on their warm floors. Not all spas have a communal room as some spas are only for a specific gender. However, Korean spas are definitely what you need to visit after a long week, and here are our recommendations for your next relaxation day. 

Warning: If you have an underlying health condition that may affect you during your stay in a heated room, please conduct with a doctor first. 

1. Wi Spa

Open for 24 hours every day, Wi Spa has been in the business for more than 10 years with many customers who go regularly to relax. There are treatments that start from scrubs, massages, facials, and more. Wi Spa is the place to go if you want to spend your weekend at a spa with great food and a fun time. 

2700 Wilshire Blvd,
Los Angeles, CA 90057
(213) 487-2700


SPA LA has body treatments from Korean style scrubs to detoxing V-steams to luxurious body treatments in order to help you relax and feel rejuvenated. SPA La makes sure to use earthy and organic products in their facilities, and it will definitely be a nice place to visit when you need a relaxing treatment. 

3442 Wilshire Blvd #100,
Los Angeles, CA 90010
(213) 700-8595

3. Crystal Spa

Crystal Spa is small but is filled with great amenities. It is an Aveda concept spa, meaning that all the products in Crystal Spa are Aveda products. They offer Himalayan salt, charcoal, and yellow sand rooms to help you relax with delicious food in the cafe after your nice sweat session. 

3500 W 6th St #321, 
Los Angeles, CA 90020
(213) 487-5600

4. Hugh Spa

Hugh Spa is located slightly away from Koreatown, but it is a well-loved Korean spa regardless. It is targeted to those who wish to relax and detoxify through amenities like the jade steam sauna, mineral soaking tub, and more. They also have delicious food you can order from their cafe after your long day in the steam and hot rooms. 

1101 S Vermont Ave, 
Los Angeles, CA 90006
(213) 365-1268

5. Olympic Spa

As this spa only operates for women, Olympic Spa wants to help you to take care of your body, health, and beauty. Similar to Wi Spa, you can change into a robe and enjoy a cup of hot tea. Their treatment includes both Korean and Western techniques of massage as the spa likes to also incorporate CBD oils, brown sugar polish but retain the original Korean traditions of a spa. Not only do they have a great wet spa area, you can also go with your friends to chat and do some work in their communal area. 

3915 W Olympic Blvd,
Los Angeles, CA 90019
(213) 857-0666

6. Grand Spa

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Grand Spa is open for 24 hours as it is a jimjilbang with body treatment and acupressure. For men, there are even soothing massages and barber shop services offered as well as body treatments for women that are available. There’s even a karaoke room in the Grand Spa that you can visit! 

2999 W 6th St,
Los Angeles, CA 90020
(213) 380-8889

7. Daengki WOMEN SPA

Located in Serrano Plaza, Daengki WOMEN SPA is a women-only spa that focuses on herbal steam treatment. There are organic scrubs and massages that you can choose from while also enjoying your time at the spa. Make sure you visit Daengki spa if you want a relaxing start to your weekend. 

4245 W 3rd St,
Los Angeles, CA 90020
(213) 381-3780

8. Century Day & Night Spa

The Century Day & Night Spa is a spa that also has an outdoor driving range attached to it. You can dive into a dry sauna or the steam room at the Century Day & Night Spa, and you can eat at the delicious Korean food restaurant in the spa. In addition, you can also check out the fitness center with weights, machines, and a free yoga class offered with the admission!

4120 W Olympic Blvd,
Los Angeles, CA 90019
(323) 396-9740 

9. Spa Palace

Spa Palace is open for 24 hours, and amenities include pools, resting/sleeping rooms, a juice bar, and a bar! The spa has a lot of heated rooms with a special “forest room” that allows guests to lounge in chairs and be pumped with oxygen. An ice room is offered to cool down after a long day of hot spa and steam with a nice garden outside where you can relax as well. 

620 S Union Ave, 
Los Angeles, CA 90017
(213) 637-0000

10. JK Aesthetics

JK Aesthetics is an appointment only spa that is not like any other Korean spa mentioned above. It is mostly a facial spa with the best Korean tips on how to have good, clear skin with great facials. They also offer treatments, facial massages, and chemical peels while being affordable as customers say. 

966 S Western Ave #203,
Los Angeles, CA 90006
(213) 247-4993

Make sure you check out these Korean spas for your next relaxing weekend after a long stressful week. 


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