Co-owner Darren Shaw has more than 15 years of experience in the spa industry and owns eight other spots throughout the city. With this most recent venture, he hopes to pamper Hell’s Kitchen locals with soothing treatments such as facials ($85–$250) and massages ($50–$165). The space features exposed-brick walls, calming shades of gray and blue, subtle lighting and fresh flowers. Clients can unwind in one of two lounges, including a backyard garden where massages are often given. Indulge in a hot-stone rubdown (60mins $125, 90mins $165) or a hydrating Dead Sea mud wrap ($85). A basic 60-minute facial ($85) not only cleanses and exfoliates your epidermis, but also includes a 20-minute arm, shoulder and neck massage.