Now that the stress and excitement of the holidays are behind us and the winter chill has set in, it’s the perfect time to treat yourself to a little R&R. From soaking tubs and steam showers with extraordinary city views to a Turkish-style spa in a French-inspired chateau, these four fabulous spaces will help you relax and recharge in record time.

Le Belvédère | Bel Air

Elegant doesn’t come close to describing this French-inspired chateau in Bel Air. Among its 35,000 square feet of opulent living space is a Turkish-style spa complete with floor-to-ceiling iridescent Moroccan tiles and suspended Turkish lamps that will transport you to a traditional hammam in Marrakech without ever leaving L.A.

1041 Laurel Way | Beverly Hills

This transitional contemporary estate in Beverly Hills was designed to encourage entertaining and relaxing. The approximately 1,400-square-foot master suite is complete with a stunning dual bathroom with luxurious saunas and steam showers, making for an incomparable end-of-day retreat. When the weather warms up, we suggest ending your spa day with tea (or a cocktail) in the home’s tranquil meditation garden.

3114 Elvido Drive | Brentwood

No need to drive into the hills to catch a glimpse of the city lights at this Brentwood abode—simply retire to the bathtub. Located in the Upper Brentwood Mulholland view corridor, this exquisite home offers breathtaking panoramic views from the moment of entrance that continue to the gorgeous master suite. The star of the show? A stand-alone soaking tub in the master suite, where you can let your worries slip away against the twinkling lights of L.A.

2710 Country Ridge | Calabasas

If you’re more for country canyons than city skylines, you’ll feel right at home at this Calabasas estate. Situated on 12 acres of unspoiled countryside—and with ample space for horse stables—one of the many highlights of this 7,477 square foot home is not one, but two, elegant master suites complete with incredible views of the rolling hills and plenty of space to pamper yourself after a long day out on the riding trails.