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Relax, It’s Cheap

August is typically our least favorite month of the year.

Not only is it hot as balls, but it’s a reminder that summer’s almost over. We’re not sure why that matters as an adult, but it still bums out our inner fifth grader dreading the first day of school.

Well, leave it to The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Dallas to give us two fantastic reasons to look forward to the eighth month of the year with their annual spa special.

Every Monday to Thursday throughout August, you can enjoy a 50-minute relaxation massage or 50-minute custom facial for just $99 (plus automatic 23% gratuity). Regular price is $150, so it’s a significant savings for an incredible experience. Plus, you can go ahead and book now.

Make sure to schedule time before and after your treatment to enjoy the separate men’s Healing Waters, which includes a large hot tub (pictured), as well as a steam room, dry sauna and steam shower. Then take a long nap in the quiet relaxation area.

Don’t worry, we won’t tell your boss.

Because, well, we don’t know your boss.

The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Dallas
$99 50-minute custom facial or relaxation massage
Every Monday through Thursday during August
Book now at 214-922-4820 
ritzcarlton.com

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