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Hyatt is running a promotion for it’s Diamond Gold Passport members – if you get a 90-minute facial or massage at the Spa Nalai at the Park Hyatt in New York City, you will receive a bonus of 5,000 Gold Passport points.
Let me say this – the Spa Nalai looks incredible – and, knowing Park Hyatt’s standard of service, I’m sure it is beyond incredible.
This is the description offered on the website:
Find your Nalai, “serenity” at Spa Nalai – a Manhattan oasis of tranquility and wellness. Located on the 25th floor, our luxurious spa features six treatment suites, a spa terrace, steam room, and a hot tub, where you can relax and rejuvenate. With an atelier approach to wellness, our custom created experiences combine holistic rituals and apothecary ingredients that deepen serenity and restore harmony through the earth’s ancient elements and traditional healing practices from around the world.
Spa Nalai offers an atelier approach to beauty and wellness, and our spa therapists are artisans of rejuvenation. Listening to your body’s natural rhythms, we craft a deeply personal spa experience that refreshes your body and spirit.
Spa Nalai offers the International Series, a limited inventory seasonal menu inspired by our Park Hyatt spas globally. Treatment experiences are created from ancient traditions from across the globe. During treatments guests can enjoy international cuisine, music and art.
- Atelier Spa Therapies
- Six All Inclusive Spa Suites & Spa Terrace
- Private Steam Showers
- Global Wellness Practices
- Seasonal Spa Menus
- Eucalyptus Steam Room & Hydrotherapy Pool
It took me a little while of searching through the links to find the brochure which includes the price menu for the spa services offered. According to the brochure, the 90 minute massage is $299 and the 90 minute facial is $325. Thus, in addition to the Hyatt Gold Points earned for the spa services, one would get a bonus of 5,000 points.
I don’t think this is meant to be a bargain, per se, but perhaps more of an incentive to treat oneself to a glorious day of serenity and luxury. Then again, 5000 points is a free night at a category 1 hotel. Viewed either way, it sure sounds good to me.
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