Miami Area Spas Are Ready for Super Bowl LIV

Florida area spas and hotels are ready for the Super Bowl. // Photo courtesy of Diplomat Beach Resort.

While arguably the most exciting day in sports, the Super Bowl is also one of the most stressful days for fans invested in the game. Whether fans are looking to celebrate their win or mourn their loss, Miami area spas and resorts are ready to welcome guests during their visit to the Sunshine State this weekend.

Conveniently located only 20 minutes from the Hard Rock Stadium, where the San Francisco 49ers will play the Kansas City Chiefs during Super Bowl 2020, the Diplomat Beach Resort treats guests to exclusive beach access, two pools, 26 poolside cabanas, and celebrity chef-led dining destinations, in addition to relaxing holistic wellness services. In celebration of Super Bowl LIV, The Diplomat Spa is offering several Spa Halftime Treatments, which are sure to leave guests feeling revitalized and ready to cheer on their favorite team. Available treatments include the Diplomat Signature Massage with Aromatherapy,  the Diplomat Signature Facial with Collagen Eye Treatment, and the CBD Herbalistic Ritual Mani+Pedi. Call the spa for appointments and pricing.

Nearby in the heart of Miami's financial district, guests can relax and rejuvenate at Novotel Miami Brickell. Among its luxurious amenities includes a rooftop swimming pool and Vista Pool bar, which overlook the Miami skyline and Biscayne Bay. The hotel offers several wellness activities and entertainment events on the roof, such as Full Moon Yoga, Sunset Yoga, and Sunset Sessions, during which guests can watch the sun set as they unwind by the pool.


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