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Unwind Now at The Newly Debuted St. Regis Atlanta Spa

By Lauren Finney Harden | November 11, 2020 | Lifestyle Style & Beauty

The newly debuted St. Regis Atlanta Spa brings an enhanced experience to an Atlanta institution.

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The first thing to greet you as you enter the recently renovated St. Regis Atlanta Spa is a massive geode-inspired wall. The vibrant, modern mural sets the tone for the revamp, as does a new set of retail offerings including brands such as Sothys Paris, KNESKO and LEEF, an organic whole-plant CBD line.

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The entire spa menu has been redone, with standouts including four signature massages and three facials, plus The St. Regis Atlanta’s nontoxic nail services. If you are feeling trepidatious about being at a spa—I was—you can rest easy as you settle into the calming yet contemporary tones of the lounge rooms. With an intimate 10 treatment rooms including a couples room and one nail room, it can easily feel like you are the only person in the entire spa. Says Steve Carbajal, spa director of The St. Regis Atlanta Spa, “We are finding that our guests want to feel safe, and we receive continual feedback that we are successfully executing on [The St. Regis Atlanta’s] Commitment to Clean. We feel that the protocols are driving loyalty and confidence for our guests.” The St. Regis Atlanta continues to be one of the premier hospitality locations in Atlanta and the spa renovation only enhances that, so book accordingly. 88 W. Paces Ferry Road NW, marriott.com



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Photography by: Photos by Kate Blohm