Spa Promotions

Spas Offer Promotions to Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Throughout the month of October, several spas offered packages and promotions in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Here's a look at some of these philanthropic efforts: ESPA at The Joule (Dallas) partnered with the nonprofit Young Texans Against Cancer and donated 10 percent of all facial service sales during the month of October to benefit the organization’s breast cancer grant recipients, The Bridge Breast Network and Parkland Foundation. For each facial purchased, guests received a complimentary Love Your Skin gift set, which included ESPA’s Optimal ProSerum, 24-Hour Replenishing Eye Moisturizer, Hydrating Floral Spafresh, Hydrating Cleansing Milk, and 24-Hour Replenishing...

Bellezza Spa Supports Northern Virginia Family Services with Back-to-School Pedicures

Bellezza Spa (Centreville, VA) is now offering a special Back-to-School Manicure/Pedicure package, available to a party of five for $250. Available through Sept. 7, each member of the party will receive a free nail polish of their choice, and for each party of five booked, Bellezza Spa will donate a $50 gift card to the Northern Virginia Family Service’s (NVFS), a private, non-profit human service organization located in Oakton, Virginia. Additionally, the spa will be collecting book bags and school supplies for NVFS through Sept. 7, as well. Smaller groups of two to four clients will be charged $50 per...

Hilton Unveils New Spa Concept

MCLEAN, VIRGINIA Hilton Hotels & Resorts unveils Eforea: Spa at Hilton, a new global turnkey spa concept. In conceptualizing Eforea, Hilton culled best elements and practices from spas in Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas. Hilton is one of the largest providers of spa services, with 123 in operation at its properties worldwide. The Hilton Hotels & Resorts brand currently has more than 80 properties in development that are committed to including a spa and anticipates that the spa of choice for these properties will be Eforea. The first Eforea debuts today at Hilton Short Hills,...

Oasis Day Spa Honors Breast Cancer Awareness Month with 'In the Pink' Promo

To honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, Oasis Day Spa in New York City is running 'In the Pink,' an exclusive promotion that gives 15 percent off services and products on Mondays and Wednesdays to customers wearing pink. 'In the Pink' was created to fulfill two purposes: to provide men and women with vital information about the importance of good breast health in an atmosphere where they feel comfortable; and to raise awareness about the healing and stress-reduction powers of massage. 'In The Pink' will also provide customers with valuable information from the American Cancer Society that highlights the...

Sense, A Rosewood Spa at The Carlyle Develops 'Spa Tapas' Menu

The Carlyle has developed a new concept at Sense, A Rosewood Spa, so that lucky guests can get a trio of mini-sized treatments in 70 minutes without breaking the bank. The new “Spa Tapas” menu means spa-goers can mix and match with a choice of one 30-minute body treatment, one 20-minute massage and one 20-minute essential skincare treatment. For example, start off with a Hammam Clay Wrap or SentoVital Flow scrub, then proceed with a Deep Tissue Massage or a Carlyle Signature Massage, then finish with a Sense Signature Facial or Hommage Gentleman’s Black Diamond Facial.

How Luxury Marketers Can Effectively Use Social Media

Affluents are more likely to use social media to look at brands, rather than to commit to a relationship with them. New Unity Marketing report shows marketers ways to make the connection. Marketers are abuzz with the possibilities of social networking. In a new survey among 1,614 affluent luxury consumers (avg. income $239.3k), some 78 percent of affluent consumers have at least one social networking profile (usually on Facebook). From the marketers' point of view, social networking sites seem the logical place to close sales. However, expecting to generate sales with a Facebook page is a misunderstanding of how affluents...