Our favorites aren't the only ones with deals. Here are other current specials for the general public.
Thu Feb 5 2009
Chopra Center and Spa at Dream Hotel 1710 Broadway between 54th and 55th Sts (212-246-7600, chopracenterny.com). Combine three or more services (body massage, facial, hand or foot treatment) on the same day and get a 10 percent discount; come in before the spa’s expansion is complete in mid-February and get 20 percent off all services.
Dashing Diva 41 E 8th St between Greene St and University Pl (212-673-9000, dashingdiva.com). This chainlet hosts Girls’ Night Out on Thursdays and Fridays from 5 to 9 pm: A free Cosmo comes with your mani or pedi. Monday through Wednesday, get $4 off if you sit for both services ($46 instead of $50). Ongoing.
Dorit Baxter 47 W 57th St between Fifth and Sixth Aves (212-371-4542, newyorkdayspa.com). A one-hour massage, facial and body scrub is $185 instead of $233 at this quietly upscale magnet for the upper crust. Through February 28.
FineLiving New York Ayurveda 154 W 14th St between Sixth and Seventh Aves, fourth floor (212-616-4127, newyorkayurveda.com). Vedic specialists determine your dosha (or type) and then administer a 60-minute ayurvedic massage for $85 (regularly $95), an herbal facial for $90 (regularly $115) or a massage and facial for $155 (instead of $175). Through February 28.
Graceful Spa 205 W 14th St at Seventh Ave, second floor (212-675-5145, gracefulspa.com). Book any two one-hour treatments (choose from scrubs, rubdowns, facials and body wraps) at this center known for its massage skills, and pay $120 instead of $140. Ongoing.Iguazu Day Spa 350 Hudson St between Charlton and King Sts (212-647-0007). You’ll share this artful, aromatic space with office execs and exhausted tourists. Buy any treatment and get 50 percent off a second one. Through February 13.
Lia Schorr Spa 686 Lexington Ave between 56th and 57th Sts, fourth floor (212-486-9670, liaschorr.com). A pair of custom-blended facials and body massages is $260 (regularly $380), and the Valentine Special entitles you to a European facial, body massage, paraffin manicure and pedicure, and either a brow or bikini wax for $185 (regularly $280), while a facial or body massage with a paraffin manicure is down to $80. Through February 28.
O Spa 7606 Third Ave at 76th St, Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn (718-833-8811, ospany.com). More under-the-radar than Oprah-approved, O Spa is a local pick, thanks to its cleanliness and unrushed service. The aromatherapy special consists of a one-hour massage with a one-hour facial for $153 (regularly $170); the couple’s special is a 60-minute body massage and 35-minute facial for two, at $243 instead of $270. Through February 28.
Prenatal Massage Center 123 W 79th St between Columbus and Amsterdam Aves, suite LL2 (917-359-8176, prenatalmassagecenter.com). Newcomers get $10 off their first one-hour massage (regularly $110), and returning clients get $15 off each time they refer a friend. Through June 30.
Sage Spa 405 Fifth Ave at 7th St, second floor, Park Slope, Brooklyn (718-832-2030, sagebrooklyn.com). Park Slope moms (who else?) love this spot, where you can get $5 off your first visit, $10 off prenatal massages on Wednesdays (regularly $110 for 60 minutes) and $20 off services on Tuesdays if you bring a friend. Ongoing.
Takashimaya 693 Fifth Ave between 54th and 55th Sts (212-350-0118, takashimaya-ny.com). The precious Japanese store has an equally special spa. Indulge with a friend and pay $100 each for both a facial (normally $150) and a Deep Relaxation foot massage (normally $50). Through February 20.
Vada Spa 387 Sixth Ave between Greenwich Ave and Waverly Pl (212-206-1572, vadaspa.com). This one-stop shop offers haircuts, hair removal, massages, facials and even tooth-whitening. Score a full-leg Brazilian, mani, pedi, chocolate-mint scrub and mask, all for $75 instead of $100; new customers can get a one-hour massage and manicure for $65 (regularly $85). Full-body waxes are $55 (reduced from $99). Through February 28.
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