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The Ten Best Spa Deals for Miami Spa Month 2018

The Ten Best Spa Deals for Miami Spa Month 2018
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6. Tierra Santa Healing House at the Faena Hotel. Visit the Faena's spa, known as the Tierra Santa Healing House, for a 50-minute coconut massage ($139) or a 110-minute "Tree of Life" vibrations treatment, which includes a hot stone massage, the use of essential oils, and singing bowls. Or, skip a massage for an indulgent manicure and pedicure instead ($109). Tierra Santa’s in-house nail studio offers the latest in colors, nail art, and hand treatments. All Spa Month guests will receive a complimentary yoga or meditation class, directly following their booked appointment, as well as a beach pass. Keep in mind that services at Tierra Santa are usually priced upward of $400, which means a treatment during Spa Month is the cheapest you'll find here. 3201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 786-655-5570; faena.com.
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7. GUYandGIRL Spa at the Mondrian. Deals covering everything from facials to massages will be offered every day of the week at the Mondrian. Go for the "East Meets West Swe-Thai Massage," a 50-minute experience that blends soft-tissue therapies and yoga-style stretching to relieve pain and increase flexibility ($109). That's not all: Each treatment includes a complimentary glass of champagne, access to the thermal suite, and an all-day pass to the Mondrian's pool deck. 1100 West Ave., Miami Beach; 305-514-1950; morganshotelgroup.com.
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8. Aquanox Spa at the Trump International Beach Resort. In Sunny Isles Beach, Aquanox offers the most bang for your buck, with 75-minute treatments priced between $109 and $139. Every service — ranging from milk-and-honey body polishes to rose-petal facials and deep-tissue massages — includes a heated moisturizing hand and foot massage, as well as access to the spa's saunas, steam rooms, and relaxation lounge. Specials include access to the fitness center, pools, and beach club, along with complimentary valet parking throughout your treatment day. 18001 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach; 305-692-5730; trumpmiami.com.
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9. The Spa at the Carillon Miami. At the spa inside the Carillon, face the Atlantic Ocean and treat yourself to the "Glow and Go," a 50-minute full-body exfoliation using sea algae and salt ($109); or a deluxe tissue massage to help rebalance the body and combat fatigue and pain caused by day-to-day activities ($139). Other treatments include a seaweed detox facial with an algae mask ($109) and an 80-minute seaweed manicure and pedicure ($139). 6801 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 866-276-2226; carillonhotel.com.
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Courtesy of the Setai
10. The Spa by Themae at the Setai. Find a Paris-based cosmetics and spa experience by Themae at the Setai. Inspired by the art of tea and named for a Japanese tea-preparation ceremony, the spa rituals and skincare products are created with extracts from four kinds of teas: red, white, green, and black. Besides providing spa suites, steam rooms, and terrazzo soaking tubs that overlook the ocean, the Setai's spa also offers a signature massage for $139, though most of the hotel's treatments average about $200 to $400. The 60-minute session works the muscles and skin through firm strokes and comforting movements. After a massage, guests receive access to the hotel's pool and private beach area. 2001 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-520-6900; thesetaihotel.com.
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