To my dearest:
Miami Beach Spa Week is coming up in July to August, that means it’s the perfect time for you to take on the opportunity to treat yourself and relax! Spa Week in Miami means $100 spa deals at most hotel spas or local spas in Miami Beach. You can definitely score a good pampering if you’re planning to visit around this time. Imagine this: getting a good massage, lounging by the jacuzzi and pools, and sun bathing on the beach. Doesn’t it sound like such a fabulous day? Have no idea where to start looking for the best spots? Well I’ve got it all covered for you! In fact, I visited two locations during my trip in Miami Beach! So I’ll be able to review for you two spas, plus others that I did much research on and would love to visit!
I opt. for a 50 minute Swedish Massage at this spa and it was amazing. The massage is done at a covered outdoor patio setting. It was well ventilated with AC, but you could also smell the ocean breeze as well. It really had the perfect relaxing ambiance. My massage therapist was Amonise and she is such a sweetheart and her massage was the best I had in a long time. I’d definitely go back to her! Did I mention, they also have a Salon here for hair cuts and blow outs? Perfect for if you want to set your hair for a night out!
If you’re doing a spa package, it will also give you free access to their pool area and facilities. They have many lounge areas, an awesome pool bar, an outdoor restaurant, pools, cabanas, foose ball table, ping pong table, and more. It was so much fun spending an afternoon here! And the beach is just steps away! They have so much offered there, staying there would be such bliss, even though there is a resort fee!
They also offer V Art of Wellness Classes at 10am each morning, which includes different types Boot Camp classes, Yoga, and Aquatic Classes. The scheduled type of class varies day to day, but is available 7 days a week!
Here I tried their 50 minute Swedish Massage. I was directed to the changing area and given a robe. They had showers and all amenities needed. Then, I was directed to a waiting room, where I could relax and sip on my cup of chamomile tea. It also led out to the patio where I could see over their pools and the beach. Very relaxing vibes indeed. My massage was by Laura who was a gentle massage therapist. If you’re looking for a relaxing feel good massage, she’s who you want to look for! No muscle soreness after, since it was more of a relaxing massage rather than a deep tissue.
This one is gorgeous and I don’t have enough good things to say about it. I would’ve hit this one up myself if I had more time, but my time didn’t match up, so I don’t get to review this one for you personally. This place is really like a paradise. Their spa has an extensive spa menu and so many awesome amenities too: from mineral pools, massage jet showers, to eucalyptus steam baths! And did I mention their how beautiful and scenic their pool area is? Well, trust me. This place is definitely the kind of place you want to be to Relax, Restore, Rejuvenate. And you will definitely not regret spending and entire day here.
This one is luxurious and beautiful. It’s a recommendation from another blogger friend I have who is a local and lives blocks away. She says she is a regular there and can not give it more praise. It offers awesome spa menus, facilities and has awesome fitness classes including Barre, and Yoga!
This one is another recommendation by her. Honestly, you can not go wrong with the Standard! It’s modern, clean, and sleek. And yes, they offer Yoga and Fitness classes as well! An awesome place for any traveler to unwind!
I hope you guys enjoyed my list! I only pick the best and most affordable for you. Check out more information regarding Miami Spa Month on this website. It’ll have a list of participating spas as well! If you’re planning on visiting Miami Beach, do let me know how your trip goes! And if you’re not going on vacation yet and need to relax, check out my tips on how to slow down and reset busy lives here! Have a relaxing weekend everyone!
For reference, I am 5 feet 2 inches. I typically wear XS/S or 0-4 for apparel and 6.5-7.5 for shoes.
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*This post is sponsored. Opinions are unbiased and based on my own experience*