Second L’Occitane Spa Opens in U.S.

The Wharf Spa by L’Occitane has opened in Washington, D.C. // Photo courtesy of The Wharf Spa by L’Occitane

Debuting at the recently opened InterContinental Washington D.C. – The Wharf, The Wharf Spa by L’Occitane is the second spa for the $1.3 billion-dollar brand.

The 4,250-square-foot spa features views of the Potomac River, thanks to its waterfront location. With five treatment rooms, including a Couples’ Room, and a Nail Bar, the spa was created in partnership with Sanghvi Group, which operates L’Occitane spas across five luxury hotels worldwide. The spa’s menu offers Provencal-inspired rituals combining the brand’s authentic ingredients from the South of France along with a host of traditional therapies.

“We are thrilled to be opening our newest spa at the InterContinental in Washington, D.C.,” says Maddie Smith, regional managing director of North America for L’Occitane. “The luxurious property is the perfect place for L’Occitane to deliver premium spa services in the nation’s capital with a touch of Provence.”

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