Valentine’s Day is a way to show your loved ones how much they mean to you. Whether it’s a significant other, a friend, or a family member, what better way to show your love than by treating them to a boozy spa treatment? We can’t think of anything we would rather receive than the gift of relaxation – especially when they are infused with our favorite spirits!
We’ve gathered a few of our most-inspired suggestions from around the world who use their favorite spirits to create unforgettable experiences. Taking time for yourself is one of the most important things you can do to stay sane. And who knew bourbon had so many benefits?
Vintage Bourbon Massage
The Spa at Four Seasons Chicago
Get the blood flowing with a Bourbon Bubble scrub, followed by a healing hot stone massage, then topped off with a Knob Creek Barrel Select Bourbon, created especially for their soon-to-be redesigned Allium Bar.
Boots, Baths and Bourbon
The Spa at Four Seasons Vail
Kick off your boots and relax with this luxurious pedicure. Enjoy a glass of locally distilled bourbon while your treatment begins with a decadent Bourbon Bubble scrub combining brown sugar and real Kentucky whiskey to exfoliate and relax sore feet and muscles.
The Gin Spa
The first-ever gin inspired botanical day spa. The Gin Spa combines a detailed understanding of botanical ingredients with superb customer experiences and indulgent, bespoke spa treatments; a rich, unique experience unlike any other.
Bloody Mary Ritual
Iridium Spa at The St. Regis Hotel
The Bloody Mary Ritual includes a tomato, pineapple, and wasabi massage, followed by a vodka-tomato clay body wrap. Then, you soak in a warm tomato bath before throwing on your robe and enjoying a Bloody Mary, completely relaxed.
Vickmay Skin and Body Spa
The Champagne Facial combines the hydrating, exfoliating and antioxidant properties of both Champagne oil and grapes. It removes dead skin cells, deeply hydrates and helps to fade age spots due to sun exposure. This lavish facial will leave your skin feeling smooth, refreshed, and hydrated.
Article curated from various sources including Coveteur, Fodors, and Shape.