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Spa Week Deals in San Diego

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

The 12th edition of Spa Week is right around the corner and runs from April 12th-18th, so we thought we would let our San Diego readers know about who’s on board and what deals you can cash in on next month. During Spa Week you can test out those less conventional treatments you’ve always wanted to try, or you can use the opportunity to get a good deal on your favorite treatment.

Nationwide there are more than 800 spas in 30 markets that will be taking part in the Spa Week deals with various $50 spa treatments. The treatments included in the Spa Week promotion will vary from spa to spa, so if you are in the San Diego area take a look at the list below, or if you are in another area check the Spa Week website to see what spas are participating and find out what treatments they are offering at the $50 promo rate.

Here is a list of San Diego spas and what treatments they are  offering for $50:

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Spa Week NYC 2009 Recap

Monday, October 19th, 2009

Spa Week was just held in New York City this past week (October 12-18) and was a great success. Many came out to treat themselves, or to get a break from the cold and damp weather that New York was receiving and others came out just to try something new.

If you didn’t make an appointment early, then you most likely missed out because everything was booked up weeks in advanced. The good news is that many of spas that were included in Spa Week, and even spas that were not in NYC are now extending the Spa Week $50 offers. If you still are looking to take advantage of these $50 deals then you should call one of the participating spas and you may be able to get the Spa Week deal. One such spa is the Crystal Resort & Spa in Thompsonville Michigan, where they have made all of their treatments $50. The Spa at Westwood in Westwood New Jersey has also extended the $50 deal to all massages and facials and if you’re in the Boston area you can visit the Adara Spa for $50 deals until the end of the month.

Some Spa Week highlights that were mentioned on Twitter include great treatments at a great price by Tribeca Beauty Spa and Haven, successful facials by The Red Door spa. Some people were wishing that every city in the country had a Spa Week while others were trying out new new treatments like eyelash extensions were tested out or going to the Hotel ZaZa for treatments with their girlfriends. Not all the talk was 100% positive as one reviewer tweeted that they had a nice facial but have had better in the past.

All in all it seems to have been a great Spa Week, as many enjoyed excellent treatments at great prices. We’ll be looking forward to the next Spa Week event!

Spa Week Starts Next Week!

Wednesday, October 7th, 2009
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Get ready once again for Spa Week! This is the second installment of Spa Week for 2009 and is being held in New York from October 12 to the 18th. The founder of Spa Week, Cheryl Reid, created this special event as a way for New Yorkers to get a bit of quiet relaxation in the frantic world of NYC. Travelers and New Yorkers alike come to unwind, while experiencing the relaxing spa lifestyle at for an affordable price of $50 per service (when normally these treatments would cost $100-$200).

Spas in the New York metro area including Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island are participating. Some spas participating include: Jurlique, Clarins Skin Spa, and Caudalie Vinotherapie Spa at the Plaza. Various services offered include: body wraps, massage, facials, pedicures, and laser hair removal at $50 dollars each. Want to test a new treatment, or are you long overdue for your treatment? You can get a great deal on everything spa related during Spa Week. The first day to book appointments was September 11th, and waiting lists are already filling up so make sure to book ahead. For a full article on how to get around Spa Week, take a look at our “Spa Week Splurge” entry here:

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Spa Week Slurge

Friday, August 21st, 2009

Foodies know that the best time to try that new, swank (and usually unaffordable!) bistro everyone’s been talking about is during Restaurant Week, when deals are a-plenty and the dishes as delish as ever. Pretty good idea, right? Thankfully, this delightful notion has made its way from the dinner table to the massage table. That’s right – it’s Spa Week!

Spa WeekSpa Week has been around for a few years, popping up every spring and fall in select cities around the country. (Visit http://www.spaweek.com for a complete list of participating spas.) But navigating through the endless combinations of services, locations, and prices can be difficult and intimidating. For instance, is a $50 organic cucumber wrap a Spa Week steal or a Spa Week scam? Here are some ways to get the most out of Spa Week, after all, it should be relaxing!

1. Book early and book new! Most spas see a huge increase in business during Spa Week, so make reservations as soon as you decide on a service to avoid getting shut out of a deal. And don’t be deterred if the so-called trendy spas are filled by the time you call. This is the perfect opportunity to try a new place (and make everyone jealous when you score that coveted Saturday 10 a.m. massage appointment).

Coconut Spa2. And speaking of new… Sure you’ve heard of an oxygen-infused facial or an olive oil foot treatment, but is it really for you? During Spa Week, the answer is yes! At $50 for most Spa Week services, this is the time to sample a more out-there treatment, without worrying about the huge investment. And who knows, it could become your new favorite! As always, make sure to ask whether a service is right for you, and don’t go entirely overboard with the new stuff. Four coconut microdermabrasions in one week is three too many.

3. Do a Cost Spa-nalysis. Before booking anything, check to see what the original, pre-Spa Week, price of the service is. While some spas offer truly amazing Spa Week deals, other discounts aren’t worth braving the crowds for. That paraffin pedicure may be $10 cheaper during Spa Week, but it’s not really worth it when you can’t get in until 9:30 p.m. on a Wednesday. Save your splurge for a bigger bargain; they’re out there. Also, when factoring the cost of a Spa Week outing, it’s etiquette to tip on the cost of the original service, not the Spa Week price.

4. Spa Day- Spa Week – Spa Year! Spa lovers, rejoice! The benefits of Spa Week can go way beyond an hour-long treatment at a rock bottom price. First, take advantage of everything a spa offers when you book a service, even during Spa Week. Just because you’re only getting a mani doesn’t mean you can’t spend a day luxuriating. Show up early and try the gym, the steam rooms, the Jacuzzi, whatever they offer! Also, spas know that getting an appointment for the service you want at a decent time is most challenging during Spa Week. To compensate, many spas allow guests to purchase gift certificates at Spa Week prices that can be used year-round. And who wouldn’t want that 60 minute massage for $50, to be cashed in at your convenience? (Spa Week gift certs are also a great present, especially if you want people to shower you with hugs and say things like “You shouldn’t have!”)


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