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The Ten Best Spa Deals for Miami Spa Month 2019

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click to enlarge Tierra Santa Healing House at the Faena Hotel - PHOTO BY NIK KOENIG
Tierra Santa Healing House at the Faena Hotel
Photo by Nik Koenig
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 customized facial and meditation to moisturize, soothe, and oxygenate the skin ($139). Even better, get complimentary access to the Wet Spa and to Hammam, a free daily meditation at 3 p.m., and one Faena beach pass. Reduced valet parking is available for $15 for up to three hours. 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;
click to enlarge The Biltmore Hotel Spa - THE BILTMORE
The Biltmore Hotel Spa
The Biltmore
7. The Biltmore Hotel Spa. Located on the seventh floor of the Biltmore, the spa offers a wide selection of therapies and treatments, including one of the most generous Miami Spa Month menus. For $109, indulge in a 70-minute "Mind & Body Balancer," which includes a full body Swedish massage, a hair and scalp treatment, and a balancing bowl foot experience. Upgrade to the "Mind, Body, & Beauty" package, which includes the 70-minute massage followed by a 50-minute facial for $199. Available daily, the packages also give guests complimentary access to the fitness center with group exercise classes before or after their treatment. 1200 Anastasia Ave., Coral Gables; 305-913-3187;
click to enlarge Remède Spa at St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort - PHOTO VIA REMEDE SPA
Remède Spa at St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort
Photo via Remede Spa
8. Remède Spa at St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort. Inside the 14,000-square-feet relaxation suite at the St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort, Remède Spa offers a $109 Vitamin C facial to help restore sun-damaged skin and minimize the signs of premature aging, as well as a $109 customized restorative massage with light to deep pressure and a choice of aromatherapy oils. Valet is discounted to $15. 9703 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour; 305-993-3300;
click to enlarge The Spa by Themae at the Setai - THE SETAI
The Spa by Themae at the Setai
The Setai
9. 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 50-minute session works the muscles and skin through firm strokes and comforting movements. Afterward, guests receive access to the hotel's pool and private beach area. 2001 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-520-6900;
click to enlarge The Spa at the Carillon Miami - THE CARILLON
The Spa at the Carillon Miami
The Carillon
10. The Spa at the Carillon Miami. At the spa inside the Carillon, face the Atlantic Ocean and treat yourself to any 50-minute massage or body treatment for $109 (excluding the deep tissue massage). Or, opt for the "Computer Energy Analysis," which is similar to traditional acupuncture but uses electronic laser stimulation instead of needles ($139). Plus, spa treatments include access to one of the country’s most expensive hydrotherapy circuits, which features saunas, steam rooms, heated loungers, pools, foot baths, and Miami's only igloo suite. For an extra $40, receive access to the Atlantic Pool (adults-only rooftop pool), as well as the cabana pool and the beach lounge. 6801 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 866-276-2226;
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