One of the true originals, Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa on Fifth Avenue still commands a loyal. Celebrity colorist brad johns Red Door define color from around the world. Botox, Restylane, Juverderm has recently been added and performed by plastic surgeon, Dr. Bryan g. Forley, voted one of the "best doctors 2005" in New York Magazine. Guests can enjoy their classic 50-minute massage for $ 105.
An exquisite day spa tucked away on the sixth floor of Takashimaya, a luxury Japanese department store on 5th Avenue, Barbo at Takashimaya is an intimate spa, with only two treatments rooms, and no plans to expand. While products in the Spa is from the German line, Barbor products, treatments, which itself has an Asian influence. Sea creation facial ($ 250) is one of the spa's most popular treatments-designed to regenerate the skin and increase cell energy. Make sure to order tea service for your service on Teabox Cafe where there are more than 48 different types of tea.
Located on Broadway, has been voted Conde Nast Traveler's Bliss Soho "Best Urban Day Spa." Flagship spa was created by Marcia Kilgore in the 1990s. The atmosphere blends a modern, tongue in chic approach to grooming with a comprehensive menu of facials, massages, manicure, pedicure, body treatments and much more. There are two other places on East 57th Street and Bliss 4 in W Hotel.
Hailing from the Peninsula Hotel, Cornelia Zicu is a star aesthetician, who now owns his own spa. Cornelia day Resort is located in midtown and is first in NYC have a watsu pool massage treatment. Watsu takes place in warm waist-deep water. The spa's specialized watsu pool is heated to a precise temperature as the body. Due to the pool is the treatment relatively unusual for the city.
Boasts a "wet lounge, solarium," Great Jones Spa, located in Manhattan, features hot tubs, cold plunge pool and saunas, guests are available for up to two hours before and one hour after spa treatments. Their 60-minute Swedish massage is offered at $ 130.
Offers affordable serenity in Manhattan, OASIS, located on Mercer Street, cosy neighbourhood day spa with a hospitable environment. Services include physical therapy, facials, hand and foot treatments, waxing, and massage packages. 1 Hour Swedish massage run $ 115, while "80 minutes in the garden" facial ($ 150) lets customers glowing.
For those seeking more than just a pampering treatment, Juva at 56th Street a medical spa offers treatments, addressing issues such as sun spots and acne. Under medical supervision by Bruce Katz, m.d., Juva products used during the treatments provide lasting benefits with mineral essentials and surpass normal spa techniques.
Designed to impress the most jaded spa goers, combines Asian, European and American Juvenex spa remedies, which is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Go through the doors, guests are transported to a different place with unusual saunas, plunge pools and Jade igloo-manufactured by 20 tonnes of semiprecious stones. Spa is open to women only, daily from 7 a.m. to 3 pm. and for couples during the evening from 7 pm 7 am
Go for something completely unforgettable with a visit to the Spa at the Oriental, provides stunning views of mandarins Central Park and offers amenities such as "Heat experience" rooms. Considered one of the best hotel spas in New York, is pricey, but luxurious services. Bamboo, natural stone and gold leaf set the tone for an amazing Manhattan spa experience that focuses on the recovery and an improved sense of well-being. The spa's latest addition is Thai Yoga room, designed specifically for their exclusive Thai Yoga Massage.