2017 Spatober in Palm Beach County Featured Major Pampering Deals

Have you ever heard of Spatober? Me neither, until I had the pleasure of experiencing a couple of child-free and relaxing days with some of my blogger girlfriends at the PGA National Resort and Spa. The keyword being: SPA.

Special thanks to Discover the Palm Beaches for hosting me!

Spatober in the Palm Beaches

Spatober is a month-long promotion highlighting an array of wellness-focused offerings available throughout America’s First Resort Destination®. Designed to rejuvenate the mind, body and soul, featured spa therapies, wellness experiences and healthy treats are available at exclusive, limited-time prices only throughout October 2017.

In support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, all participating businesses will donate a portion of their proceeds to the Palm Beach County chapter of the American Cancer Society.

There are so many options available and I’ve included my favorites from the Spatober 2017 listings below. But take it from me, put The Spa at PGA National at the top of your wish list! I experienced the Blushing Pink Rose Massage and Roses Facial during my visit and the treatments were amazing. So were the newly renovated spa facilities. STUNNING.

Spatober in the Palm Beaches
The Spa at PGA National

Waters of the World at The Spa at PGA National

Here’s what they’re offering for Spatober:

PGA National Resort & Spa

Cost: $89 per treatment

Tickled Pink Spatober Menu (all include a mini bottle of Rose Prosecco)

  • Roses Facial (50 minutes): Breathe in the sweet scent of rose and experience the softness of natural marine and plant extracts for a sensory, soothing facial experience by Phytomer. After a rose-mineral mist, the complexion is polished with an AHA scrub for a petal-soft texture, then anointed with Rosee Soin rose oil to detoxify and strengthen skin.
  • Blushing Pink Rose Massage (50 minutes): Allow us to infuse your skin with a serum infused with roses and mixed with a nourishing oil featuring organic sunflower seed oil.
  • Pretty in Pink Manicure and Pedicure (75 minutes):  Immerse in a refreshing bubbling soak that both relaxes and invigorates. A sprightly sugar scrub made with Square One organic vodka and raspberry extract thoroughly banishes dry skin and hydrates deeply with natural oils. A light drizzle of softly scented melted shea butter, cocoa and mango butter make for a lavish finale. Follow up with a full nail care and polish in the color of your choice.

Specials are valid Sunday through Friday. Tax and gratuity will be added. For each Tickled Pink treatment booked, $5 will go toward a breast cancer charity.

As for some of my other favorite spas in Palm Beach County:


The Breakers Palm Beach

Cost: $99                              

The Power of Pink Scrub: Reserve a 25-minute OSEA Body Scrub featuring a fragrant, organic bio-scrub of your choice to gently exfoliate and soften your skin. 25% of the net proceeds from the service will be donated to charity. Rate does not include service charge and tax. It may not be combined with any other offer or discount. Other restrictions may apply.

Eau Spa

Cost: $150            

The Palm Beach Potion in the Lotion Massage: Enjoy a 60-minute massage Monday through Thursday. A 20% gratuity will be added. Specials may not be applied to gift cards or certificates. Discounts cannot be combined with any other discounts, offers, discounted gift cards or promotions. Eau Spa will donate 10% of each Palm Beach Potion in the Lotion Massage to charity.

The Spa at Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach

Cost: $160       

Wellness Quench: A relaxing and invigorating afternoon at the five -star, five-diamond oceanfront Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach to include: a 50-minute wellness treatment (a 30-minute detoxifying body scrub and 20-minute relaxing massage); access to the spa’s saltwater Jacuzzi, eucalyptus steam room, high-performance showers and relaxation rooms; your choice of one fitness class, including beachfront yoga, in October; and valet parking. The resort will donate $10 per package booked to charity.

nSpa at the Delray Beach Marriott

Cost: $250

Our Village by the Sea: Combine a 50-minute head, neck, shoulder and scalp massage with a 50-minute Sea of Life facial. It infuses your skin with repairing ingredients formulated with antioxidants, organic seaweed extracts, Vitamin C and hyaluronic acid. Both services must be received on the same day by the same person. Cannot be combined with any other promotion or discounts. An 18% service charge will be added. The spa will donate 10% per package to charity. 

The Seagate Hotel & Spa

Cost: $150

On Cloud Nine: A relaxing neck, back and shoulder massage using pink hibiscus oil melts away tension and soothes sore muscles. Face, scalp and feet are then treated, enhancing tranquility. ESPA’s Pink Mud nourishes hair while ELEMIS Rose Absolute and Moringa Oil hydrate and detoxify skin with a decadent lifting facial massage. A hot-towel foot cleansing ritual followed by the stimulation of pressure points on the feet encourages the release of blockages and increases energy flow. This package consists of three 25-minute treatments. Gratuity is not included. A donation of $10 per package will be made to charity.

Seven Elements Spa

Cost: $125

Summer Spa Package: Begin with a glass of pink champagne and raspberries, followed by a relaxing 50-minute Swedish massage. Next, a detox facial massage (25 minutes) uses all-natural products to cleanse, tone and detoxify your face and give you a natural “face lift” by massaging specific reflexology points. The sweet smell of Seven Elements essential oil aromatherapy will enhance your already relaxed state while you check out. 50% of the cost of services will be donated to charity.

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