Miami Beach Hotel to Open Elle Mag-Inspired Spa


The Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach will open the first-ever Elle Spa in June. // (c) Elle Spa/Brett Hufziger 2011

This June, visitors to the Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach can relax and unwind at the world’s first Elle Spa, a spa inspired by the international women’s fashion and lifestyle magazine.

The 22,000-square-foot luxury spa will offer floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the hotel's tropical gardens and the nearby ocean, four infinity pools with a design and decor inspired by the Mediterranean coastline.

According to Eden Roc, the spa will offer “editorially inspired” treatments such as 'Doctors' Orders' and 'Forever 25'. Select treatments range from individual procedures for guests on the go to bridal packages and all-day couples VIP Suite retreats; couples’ treatments may include rooftop dining, chocolates and champagne, as well as a shared whirlpool tub, rain shower and beds.

Wet spa areas feature hot whirlpools, cold plunges, a steam sauna and hydro-experience showers. The spa will also house a boutique hair and nail salon, a 24-hour beachfront fitness center and a group exercise studio. Elle Spa visitors can also take advantage of an expansive rooftop deck with VIP cabanas, light dining and beverage service. A retail boutique will offer the ultimate selection of luxury spa products, apparel, and beach accessories, handpicked by Elle magazine editors.

Guests also have special access to a range of exclusive products and treatments, curated by skin and beauty experts that include renowned celebrity esthetician Tammy Fender, Yael Alkalay of Red Flower and nail polish brand, Essie.



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