Aqualina Spa By ESPA Rolls Out Specials For Miami Spa Month
Award-winning retreat launches limited-time body and skin care offers for July and August
Acqualina Spa by ESPA introduces a collection of limited-time body and skin care offers exclusively for Miami Spa Month this July and August. Tucked away inside the five star, five diamond Acqualina Resort & Spa on the Beach in Miami’s Sunny Isles Beach neighborhood, this ultra-luxury spa destination will offer guests a fully immersive experience beginning at just $99.
A sanctuary for relaxation and revitalization set just off the sandy Atlantic shore, the two story, 20,000 square-foot Acqualina Spa by ESPA is a localized expression of the global ESPA brand philosophy centered on Ayurvedic principles. Guests find a wealth of amenities and private facilities that include crystal steam rooms, refreshing ice fountains, and experience showers that feature cool arctic or warm Caribbean mists, encouraging a supreme state of relaxation even before entering one of the 11 multi-functional treatment rooms, four spa suites, or the private spa suite for two. The spa’s oceanfront swimming pool provides an additional hideaway for lounging and dining.
Acqualina Spa by ESPA offers for Miami Spa Month include:
50-Minute Swedish Massage: a traditional full body massage using firm pressure to promote relaxation and ease muscle tension. Priced at $99.
50-Minute Skin Radiance Facial – a revitalizing facial treatment that helps refresh tired skin, giving a noticeable brighter and naturally radiant appearance. Priced at $99.
50-Minute Refining Enzyme Facial – a powerful and highly effective facial that boosts cell regeneration and gives an instantly smooth, radiant complexion, while also provide an intensive cleansing and skin brightening treatment to dramatically improve the appearance and texture of the skin. A fruit enzyme containing pumpkin and botanical extracts is applied to deeply exfoliate and remove dead skin cells revealing an ultra-smooth, glowing complexion. Priced at $129.
Spa-goers looking for an extended getaway may enjoy Acqualina Resort & Spa’s plush accommodations that include 98 spacious guest rooms and suites. Additionally, multiple on-site dining destinations, such as the signature AQ by Acqualina, spearheaded by local superstar chef Dewey LoSasso, fine Italian fare at Il Mulino New York, and causal beachside dining at the private Costa Grill, as well as four swimming pools, an award-winning marine biology based children’s program, and unmatched service provide ample options for a most personalized experience.
Acqualina Spa by ESPA is located at 17875 Collins Avenue in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida. Hours of operation are Monday-Saturday from 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM and Sunday 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM.
About Acqualina Resort & Spa
Acqualina Resort & Spa on the Beach is a place where the charm of a Mediterranean villa meets elegance on the beach. A seaside luxury haven located on 4.5 beachfront acres in pristine Sunny Isles Beach, Acqualina Resort & Spa features 98 impeccably appointed guest rooms and suites and 188 residencies with breathtaking views of Atlantic Ocean. Step into a world of luxury with unprecedented accommodations and service, world-class dining destinations, including Il Mulino New York, three oceanfront swimming pools, spacious meeting rooms, and an innovative marine biology-based children’s program. A variety of lavish interior and exterior venues provide an ideal background for opulent weddings and memorable events on the lush property grounds boasting 400 feet of stunning Atlantic coastline. Acqualina Spa by ESPA, the first ESPA-branded spa in the United States, provides guests with an exquisite 20,000-square-foot, two-story tranquil sanctuary of excellence and relaxation set in a class of its own offering eleven multi-functional treatment rooms, four spa treatment rooms, and an extravagant private spa suite for two, along with the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful outdoor terrace complete with a spa pool, heated jet pool, and Roman waterfall – all set against the gorgeous backdrop of the Atlantic Ocean.