The Mirbeau Companies, parent company of Mirbeau Inn and Spa (multiple locations) and Spa Mirbeau (Albany, NY), is kicking off the holiday season by giving back with its new Mirbeau Cares initiative. Through the program, the boutique hotel management company plans to support individuals who are facing or have faced a life-threatening illness through the gift of spa and wellness.
“While we have always made a point to connect with local charities, we are thrilled to now be able to officially announce the formal roll-out of our Mirbeau Cares program, to directly reach those who are in need of support and care,” says Michael J. Dal Pos, CEO, Mirbeau Hospitality Services. “Nobody needs this relaxation more than someone who is going through a tough time and we are proud to offer them this opportunity to practice self-care at one of our Mirbeau locations.”
Throughout the year, each Mirbeau property will partner with a local charity that aligns with the Mirbeau Cares goal of helping those affected by life-threatening illness. To kick off its giving season, for each Monet’s Pallet Day Spa Package purchased Spa Mirbeau plans to donate a set of two Day Spa passes to eligible candidates so that they can have a day to rest and be cared for by the Mirbeau team. The passes will be distributed through the American Cancer Society Northeastern region chapter. Guests wanting to contribute can purchase their Monet’s Pallet Day Spa Package ($260-$300), which features two 50-minute treatments or one 100-minute treatment with lunch at The Bistro & Wine Bar, through November.
Participants interested in supporting the Mirbeau Cares program should stay tuned to the Mirbeau website for future opportunities to donate spa treatments, Mirbeau products, overnight stays, and more.