Spa Week 2017: Where, when to find $50 deals in metro Atlanta


A week dedicated just to self-pampering?

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Actually, the folks behind Spa Week 2017 have somewhat loftier motivations, having pointed to information showing that “natural healing methods are on the rise as antidotes for an over-connected, demanding world.”

That can certainly describe life in metro Atlanta.

From Oct. 16 - 22, hundreds of spas around the country will offer certain services for a flat fee of $50. That’s a discount of hundreds of dollars in some cases.

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While you’d have to go to Palm Beach to take advantage of Eau Spa’s Cucumber Mojito High Brow “NuFace Microcurrent” Lift, or to Dallas for a “Think Pink” European Organic Facial at Grand Spa, a number of spas in and around metro Atlanta are taking part. 

That includes The Posh Spot in Atlanta, Evene Day Spa in Smyrna and Angela Michael Skincare & Spa in Dunwoody, just to name a few. For a complete list of participating spas and the specific services being offered at each location, visit www.spaweek.com.  

That website is also where you’ll make reservations for appointments, which are required. Bookings for Spa Week Fall 2017 began Sept. 18. 

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