Relâche Spa Introduces New Express Bar
(National Harbor, Md. – June 27, 2018) – In a world that doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon, it is important to remember to stop and take a mental and physical break. Relâche Spa at Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Md. has recognized this growing societal need and has announced today the launch of its new Express Bar with services experienced in 25 minutes or less.
“Our resort sees thousands of business men and women daily who are constantly on the go and in need of a little self-care,” said Debra Myers, spa director at Relâche Spa. “We know that every minute of time is valuable and wanted to offer services that would allow these guests to take a short break to feel refreshed and still be able to get what they need done.”
The new Express Bar menu offers a variety of treatments including men’s grooming services, tension and sole relief, hand treatments, facials, eye and lip services, waxing, blowouts and make up touch ups. Each treatment includes a complimentary beverage and range from 10 to 25 minutes. Prices vary from $20* to $65*.
The Express Bar is located in the spa’s salon and is available for walk-ins only. Regular spa services including 50 and 80 minute massages, facials, body treatments and more are also available at the spa.
Relâche Spa is an award-winning, full-service spa and salon located within Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center. Its core philosophy stems from its name, Relâche, which comes from the French to “let go” or “take a breather.” As one of the largest resort spas in the Capital Region and celebrating its 10th anniversary, Relâche Spa offers massages, body treatments, facials and salon services, as well as a unique couples massage room, Riverview Relaxation Lounge, sauna, steam room and whirl pool.
To learn more about Relâche Spa or to book a spa treatment, visit www.EscapeToRelacheSpa.com, call 301-965-4400 and follow on Facebook.com/GaylordNationalRelache.
*Price does not include 20% service fee.
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