Valentine's Day Spa Gifts for a Partner — or Yourself

Valentine's Day Spa Gifts for a Partner — or Yourself

The Spa at the Post Oak Hotel

LOOKING FOR A Valentine’s gift that’s sure to be a hit? Gal pals and couples alike deserve a spa day now more than ever. Some of Houston’s top day spas and retreats have special offers for February, and it isn’t too early to start shopping now.

Award-winning Hiatus Spa + Retreat is offering a few packages this Valentine’s Day. The “Greatest Love of All” includes the Tailor-Made facial and a Signature massage, normally a $220 combo, for $179. Leave the spa with a glow thanks to “The Unforgettable,” which includes a super-customized Yours Truly massage, the One & Only mani-pedi and the Sparkler facial, a $420 value, for $349. And Hiatus is offering an in-spa gift-card promotion: Purchase a $250 gift card for $200, and also receive a complimentary Joy Paper Valentine’s Day card. For more information, including services, locations and hours, visitwww.hiatusspa.com.

Popular Cali-based spa chain The Now Massageis making it easier than ever to give the gift of relaxation this year. Guests can enjoy a complimentary $20 added to every $100 gift card purchase made online or in-boutique from Jan. 27 to Feb. 14. This new concept massage boutique was founded on the principle that self-care is a necessity, not a luxury. The boutique spa opened its doors in The Heights last fall. For more information, visit thenowmassage.com.

For a day of ultimate luxury, The Spa at The Post Oak Hotelis offering a “Love Is” package for $2,500. This package includes a ride from any location within the 610 Loop to the hotel in a Bentley or Rolls Royce; a private couples helipad yoga session; a zen 60-minute couples massage; personalized bathrobes for two; dinner for two from Bloom & Bee; and a 30-minute photo shoot to capture the moment.

For the guys, Treadwell, MKT’s newly opened grooming and wellness space, is offering a three-pack of its popular cryotherapy service. The quick and highly effective therapy can not only improve muscle recovery but also reduce inflammation and increase joint mobility.

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