Miami Spa Months returns July 1 – August 31, 2020
Greater Miami and the Beaches is renowned for spas that rank among the “Best Spas in America,” and are beloved by spa connoisseurs around the world. Miami Spa Months are comprised of the destination’s hotel spas, health clubs, day spas and med spas offering locals and visitors up to 50 percent off treatments. Indulge in the highest standards of pampering and relaxation and book rejuvenating special treatments for as low as $109.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA – Home to some of the best, most luxurious and incredible spas in the country, Miami Beach offers the latest in relaxation and rejuvenation techniques in some of the most visually stunning spaces. Thanks to Miami Spa Months, many wellness places are offering discounts of up to fifty percent off.
Treatments at most spas start at approximately $109, but with so many options, probably the biggest concern is which spas and treatments to choose from. There are eighteen spas in Miami Beach participating in Miami Spa Months according to the organizers Miami and Beaches.
There are three noteworthy standouts that are definitely worth considering and adding them to the top of the list. The Lapis Spa at the Fontainebleau, at 4441 Collins Ave offers treatments for $109, and for $139 during Spa Month.
This 40,000 square feet, two-level oasis, wants to ensure and experience that is ‘both as restorative as it is relaxing. Lapis draw upon thermal therapies, the oldest spa treatments that transfer energy from heated elements of earth, water and air.’
Often called a common sanctuary, this spa offers facials, massages, couples massages anti-ageing and wellness treatments, and even a CBD and Lavender aromatic massage as a new feature this year.
In addition, Nicole Diaz, Social Media and Public Relations Coordinator for Lapis shared, “Guests who book a treatment have access to Fontainebleau’s Lapis Spa facilities including Ritual Water Journeys; a mineral water jet bath, the iconic poolscape, beach & gym facilities – creating endless possibilities and a day of ultimate relaxation.”
Another one of the most sought-after ocean-front spa experiences is in the Tierra Santa Healing House, at Faena, 3201 Collins Avenue. Tierra Santa stands out because ‘its journey cultivates transformative healing by combining indigenous ingredients, energetic practices and state-of-the-art technology with a jasmine-infused Hamman, marble Wet Spa and a menu of South American body therapies inspired by shamanic wisdom.’
Alternative and modern, treatments are $109, $139 and $199. In other good news, non-guests will be granted a day beach pass and a complimentary meditation session, plus Spa Month at Tierra Santa lasts until September 30th.
Another one of the classics and the largest spa at Miami Beach, The Spa at the Carillon Wellness Resort, with 70,000 square feet at 6801 Collins Avenue.
The spa offers a full thermal experience, crystal steam room, experiential showers that allow you to feel like you are in a jungle, therapeutic igloo, footbaths, pools and much more.
Treatments are not only relaxing and rejuvenating but also healing with influences of Eastern medicine, sessions of acupuncture and alternative healing are available. Non-guests of the resort that book treatments at the Carillon spa will also be able to enjoy their fitness facility for the day.
The complete list of Miami Beach spas participating in the two-month event is: Azuri Medical Aesthetics & Rejuvenation Center, COMO Shambala Urban Escape, Esencia Wellness, The Spa at the Miami Beach Edition, The AVEDA Spa at the Palms and Ciel Spa at Delano Hotel.
Also, Private Wellness & Spa at the Royal Palm South Beach, The Spa at The Setai, K’alma Spa, Bamford Haybarn Spa, Stanton Marriott South Beach Spa, GuyandGirl Spa Mondrian, Exhale at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel, The Betsy Wellness Garden and Spa and the Spa at Shore Club.