The 7 Holiday Spa Treatments You Need to Book

All we want for Christmas is a Heavenly Holiday Meltdown, Red Velvet Massage, and Perky Peppermint Pedicure.

peppermintBook these festive treatments before December is up.

The Spa at the Ritz-Carlton:
This limited-edition, head-to-toe trio ($150) includes a 25-minute spa massage, spa facial, and spa pedicure. Peaceful quiet room time included.

Put your face in the able hands of the aestheticians at this face-focused spa and enjoy the peppermint aromatherapy facial ($49).

Spa Pangea:
Enjoy a the Peppermint Pedicure ($55) that comes with a complimentary cup of hot chocolate schnapps. Prettily polished tootsies is the bonus.

Try the Heavenly Holiday Meltdown scrub ($160) for 80 minutes of body polishing, a chocolate softening mask, and a Swedish-style massage with sweet cream body milk or the Red Hot Muscle Melt ($110) for 50 minutes of Swedish-style massage with cinnamon body oil.

V Spa:
A lineup of holiday-themed specials includes a Red Velvet Massage ($105), an 80-minute massage in buttercream shea butter in cinnamon scented room; the Buttered Rum Body Buff ($135), an 80-minute scrub with brown sugar, aged rum, and rice bran oil finished with caramel body milk; Mint Chocolate Mistletoes pedicure ($55) with a milk soak, cream salt scrub, and minty shea butter; and more.

Pure Spa & Salon:
Go all out with the All I Want For Christmas Package ($435) for six hours of body time. A 50-minute massage, foot bath, Pure signature facial, and brow grooming and followed with a pedicure and hair treatment. Or go simple with the Holiday Express package ($126) for an hour and a half massage, express facial, and basic mani combo. More options here.

Four Seasons:
Choose from two of the following for $125: The Cinnamon Swirl Coffee Cake Break, a 25-minute hot oil hydration and exfoliation followed by caramel body milk; the Perky Peppermint Foot Treatment, a peppermint shea butter massage with hot towel wrap; or the Holiday Express Massage with a 25-minute rubdown.


  • AnneFlemings

    Wow.. Wish I could afford one of these… Maybe I will be able to one day. Until then I will have to stay content with my small hot tub at my home. The problem with hot tubs are cleaning and maintenance. Also the spa chemicals used sometime causes rashes in my body. Otherwise its fun, after a hectic day I soak in the tub for maybe an hour and it helps me relax. I helps me refresh and stay energetic for the next day.