How to: Treat yourself to a spa day in Miami

Self-care is a mantra worth repeating. And sometimes, you need to practice it even more. It’s time to treat yourself with Miami Spa Month July 1 to August 31. 

Many spas are celebrating with special discounts on massages, facials and pedicures. Others offer services like yoga and getting a massage with your dog. Here are five spas you may want to check out to bring your self-care game up. 

Lapis, the Spa at Fontainebleau

This 40,000 sq. ft. spa boasts more than 30 treatment rooms, giving you the opportunity to find a wellness program right for you. A traditional Swedish massage runs 50 minutes at $165. The spa offers massage and body therapies with day package options available.

exhale at The EPIC Hotel

You’ll get your fill of fitness and spa treatments when you head into exhale. There’s yoga and barre studios as well as waxing, facials and scrubs available. A deep tissue massage will cost you $125 for 30 minutes.

Spa at Four Seasons Hotel and Residences at The Surf Club

You have your pick of many different wellness options, including yoga, meditation workshops, and a steam room and sauna. Spa services include massages, body scrubs, and facials. A deep tissue massage runs from 60 to 120 minutes, starting out $215.

The Biltmore Spa

The spa at the Biltmore Hotel offers body treatments, massages, waxing, microblading and even other options like a fitness center and makeup and hair services. The spa’s signature Guava massage runs about 50 minutes and costs $150. There are couples options men’s options available as well.

The Wellness Garden & Spa at The Betsy

This spa sits atop the hotel’s rooftop Ocean Deck and uses stone, bamboo and other natural fibers to soothe your senses. Try out treatments like massages, facials, wraps and aromatherapy. There are couples, pairs and even a pampering session with your dog you can book. The doggie and you option will cost you $160 for 50 minutes.

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