The pristine Spa at The Post Oak Hotel at Uptown Houston’s women’s vitality lounge
A pumpkin latte hydrating European facial? A fruit-forward treatment with matching martini? Here are a few seasonal restorative spa offerings that have us saying ahh for fall.
There’s never a bad time to indulge in self-care and personal pampering, but this fall, a slew of seasonal and signature treatments will go a long way toward helping you achieve inner bliss. First up, The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Houston celebrates Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a series of Pampered Pink Treatments. Book a Polished Pink Pedicure or Polished Pink Body Scrub ($80 to $150) and 20% of the proceeds will be donated to the MD Anderson Cancer Center. At Hiatus Spa + Retreat, October’s in-season offering, the Plum Crazy treatment ($195), involves a fresh plum and violet essence exfoliating mask, a Vichy shower and aromatherapy massage using frankincense, elemi and angelica flower, topped off with a sake plum wine martini. New at Spa by Alessandra is its three-hour Fall Into Relaxation package ($455): Mimosas or Champagne on arrival, a 60-minute custom massage with brown sugar hand or foot scrub, a pumpkin latte hydrating European facial, and an arctic berry manicure and pedicure. For a little extra TLC: Through November, The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa’s Autumn Awakening Weekend staycation package (rates approx $400) includes a private Autumn Equinox Yoga session, 50-minute Tension Relief Cocoon Body treatment involving self-heating marine mud at its resident Trellis Spa, chai spice smoothie from the Center Court Café and access to The Houstonian Club.
Hiatus Spa + Retreat is the first wellness spa in the U.S. to offer a monthly wellness plan to ensure your “me” time is always accounted for
Beyond the seasonal offerings, find ultimate relaxation with Milk + Honey’s all-day Lux Retreat, ($485), a 120-minute signature massage, 90-minute Lux facial and Lux mani-pedi; or Fiori Spa’s De Lusso massage ($160 to $320), which combines hot stones, a sugar scrub and bamboo. And for the overstressed gent, The Spa at The Post Oak Hotel at Uptown Houston’s On the Rocks manicure or pedicure ($50 to $65) includes hand and foot exfoliation, an acupressure massage, a nourishing foot wrap and nails trimmed and buffed, with a side of scotch (order up the hotel’s newly acquired Highland Park 1968), bourbon or tequila, of course.
Choose from a variety of services at The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Houston’s nail bar, including three signature Deborah Lippmann experiences
Spa by Alessandra’s fall special involves an arctic berry foot scrub with sweet almond and avocado oils and green tea
Photography by: FERTITTA ENTERTAINMENT; MOLLY CULVER; SHANNON O’HARE; FOUR SEASONS HOTEL HOUSTON