In my house, dad was who I asked after mom said no. He was just a little more easy-going and up for a good time. This Father’s Day, several spas have focused on the fun side of fatherhood, with a range of treatments designed to appeal to both his body and his personality. Let’s celebrate he of embarrassing shirts and bad jokes: Dad.
Dads who stay at EPIC Miami this Father’s Day are in for a treat: EPIC is rolling out the red carpet for dads staying with them this Father’s Day weekend! Dad can enjoy poolside cigar and rum tastings, a Bloody Mary bar, exclusive BBQ menu, and complimentary cabana massages.
El Conquistador Resort in Fajardo, Puerto Rico, boasts a state-of-the-art water park for family time, and a private island, 18-hole golf course, and seven tennis courts for “him” time. Its Waldorf Astoria Spa also appeals to men with its Extraordinary Man spa special, a choice between a 50-minute Therapeutic Fusion Massage or a 50-minute Boardroom Hot Towel Facial. For dads who want to include their kids, a Dad and Me option is available, consisting of two 25-minute Coconut Scrubs and two 25-minute Signature Massages at the resort’s dedicated children’s spa.
The Tideline Ocean Resort and Spa (Palm Beach, FL), has recently undergone a top-to-bottom redesign, and they’re offering a Rugged and Relaxed ($284) special for Father’s Day. The package includes a 50-minute Sports Massage, a Revitalizing Men’s Fitness Facial, a Men’s Pedicure, and a complimentary glass of wine or beer. To include the family, The Tideline is hosting a Father’s Day brunch, featuring an on-site cigar roller and live music—and they’re paying for dad’s first drink! ($50 per adult)
The Hiatus Spa + Retreat (multiple locations in Texas) are hosting their 3rd Annual Frosty Mug Men’s Retreat ($195). The retreat includes a full body scrub with organic hops, barley, and malt, finished off with a splash of dark milk stout. The scrub is followed by a full body chilled stone massage, and a plunge under the Vichy shower to finish.
How are you catering to dads (and their entourages!) this Father’s Day?