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New spa trends and treatments from the Miami spa scene August 19, 2009

The spa scene in Miami, Fl is heating up once again!

The Spa at Icon Brickell has announced new Medi-Rejuvenation Treatments at the recently opened Viceroy Miami and The Tides South Beach has created their first-ever spa menu.

The water lounge at The Spa at Icon Brickell at the Viceroy Miami

The water lounge at The Spa at Icon Brickell at the Viceroy Miami

The new Medi-Rejuvenation treatments at Viceroy Miami are an example of how The Spa, under the direction of Spa Director, Patrick Huey is bringing hotel spa menus to whole new level. The treatments are available through the spa’s Medical Rejuvenation Boutique led by Dr. Leonel Calderón, a board certified doctor with 14 years experience, is available for consultations and recommendations for BotoxChemical Peels and Latisse.

The 28,000 square foot Spa at Icon Brickell offers 10 treatment rooms, a 5,000 square foot water lounge, a floating library, a reflecting pond, hot and cold plunge pools and floor to ceiling windows with views of Key Biscayne.

The Viceroy Miami is located at:

485 Brickell Avenue

Miami, Florida 33131

Reservations:  1-866-781-9923

Phone:  1-305-503-4400


Tides South Beach Poolside Cabana

Tides South Beach Poolside Cabana

Patrick Huey is also lending his touch to The Tides South Beach with an array of new wellness treatments, perfectly tailored to the atmosphere of the hotel. While the Tides South Beach doesn’t have a dedicated spa, treatments can be enjoyed in-suite and around the Pool Terrace.

Treatment highlights:

  • The Essential Self custom massage (60 min. $150, 90 min. $220)
  • Reflexology (30 min. $85, 60 min. $155)
  • Mi Amor couples massage (60 min. $330; 90 min. $440)
  • Sea Shells by the Sea Shore heated massage (60 min. $160)

The Tides South Beach is located at:

1220 Ocean Drive

Miami Beach, Florida 33139

Reservations 800 439 4095

Phone: 1 305 604 5070

Fax: 1 305 503 3275


The information contained in this post was adapted from a news release from The Kor Hotel Group.


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