Spa Week Covers US Cities

. October 14, 2008

AUGUST 21, 2006. Spa Week has officially been bitten by the travel bug taking off in New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco last spring.

And now spa deals will also be available in Seattle, San Diego, Miami, Minnesota and Arizona, with over 300 spas participating nationwide.

From Sept. 18-24, Spa Week comes to Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Seattle and Arizona, where over 90 spas will offer their top treatments for just $50.

In Los Angeles, Spa Xanadu is offering a 60-minute Hot & Cold Jade Stone Massage. For spa-goers in San Francisco, BellaPelle Skin Studio has a 30-minute Mini-Cryo Cell Therapy. San Diego residents can check out the 45-minute Avo-Mint Body Smoothie Scrub at Bella D'ora Spa.

In Seattle, the 45-minute Lymphatic Vodder Detox Facial with Red Plum Peel is available at Skin Fitness Pamela Bond. Finally, Arizonians can get the 60-minute Grape Passion Antioxidant Treatment at Mozaik Skin & Body Studio.

New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Boston, D.C., Atlanta, Dallas, Chicago, Miami and Minnesota spas step into the spotlight from Oct. 16-22 with their own treatment specials.

The Western spa specials are posted starting Monday, August 21 on . Check back on Sept. 18, for the deals in the rest of the country.

In addition, Spa Week has announced the 2006 Luxe Awards, a consumer-elected honor given in five categories to the top spas that represent superiority and excellence in the industry. Consumers will vote for their favorite spa in the categories of Best Massage, Best Facial, Best $50 Spa Treatment, Best Medical Spa and The Spa Week Enthusiasts Choice Award.

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