Tax day can certainly be taxing. That fateful April day has come around again when paperwork goes flying, receipts are rifled through, and sleep is hard to come by. There is a light at the end of the tunnel though, thanks to spas offering a little relaxation reward while clients await refunds.
Costa d’Este Beach Resort & Spa (Vero Beach, FL) greets guests with its EZ Tax Relief Room Promotion. Guests can enjoy savings with a two-night stay on Florida’s Treasure Coast (starting at $139 per night). Or, they can relax with the 50-minute EZ Tranquility Massage and 20-minute Facial package ($110).
The Spa at Willows Lodge (Woodinville Wine Country, WA) wants to help guests forget their troubles with a 20 percent discount off any Spa Pamper Package booked Sunday through Thursday the entire month of April. This package includes an overnight stay at a guest room, a local lavender amenity and spring water, and $200 credit toward the spa.
At Villas of Grand Cypress (Orlando, FL), a Flexible Spending Account is being offered this tax season. Guests will receive $75 credit per room per night during their stay, and will have access to Jack Nicklaus Signature-designed golf, a state-of-the-art golf academy, restaurants, in-room spa treatments, and more.
The Heldrich (New Brunswick, NJ) will offer its EZ 2016 Tax Package with $20 off the best available rate. After a night full of rest and delicious breakfast, guests can pamper themselves at The Spa at The Heldrich.
Turtle Bay Resort (Oahu, HI) is offering a unique opportunity to explore the North Shore. When guests book four nights, they receive $400 credit, redeemable at the Turtle Bay Resort Guidepost for a range of healthy adventures, like mountain biking, surfing, Segway-ing, helicopter flights, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, or horseback riding.
Oasis Day Spa (New York City) is giving taxpayers a 15 percent discount on all spa services the week of Tax Day.
Planet Fitness and HydroMassage are offering adult guests a free HydroMassage at participating locations April 18 to 22.
Kimpton in Philadelphia is offering a Relax After You Tax package ($1,040), which features beautiful views with overnight accommodation in the Majestic Suite, Couple’s Massage, amenity from the chef, and sparkling wine.
The Grand Lucayan Bahamas is featuring a Tax Season Relief Sale, which offers travelers 50 percent off rates (starting at $95/night) for a minimum of three nights. Guests will also receive a $100 resort credit per room, which can be used on luxurious treatments at Senses Spa.
Bliss Spa members can take 30 percent off Bliss products and receive complimentary gifts with purchase April 18-22.
Exhale Spa is featuring the Perfect Pair promotion through the end of April. Spa-goers can enjoy two signature therapies, True Facial and Fusion Massage ($199, 60 minutes each).
Does your spa offer tax season relaxation deals to help spa-goers perk up?