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Combine history and luxury with a relaxing day at a local spa.
Luxury took hold of Florida’s Historic Coast back in the 1880s. That’s when Standard Oil Magnate Henry Flagler built the Hotel Ponce de León in St. Augustine to accommodate the country’s most elite families in the ultimate winter escape for Americans with unlimited money and impeccable social credentials.
But no matter where you stay in St. Augustine or Ponte Vedra these days, you can tap into the area’s history of luxury with a relaxing day at the spa.
The Spa at the Ponte Vedra Inn and Club is the largest in Northeast Florida. This state-of-the-art facility has been meticulously designed to blend opulence and grandeur with the latest in technologies and therapies. The Ponte Vedra Spa’s extensive menu of more than 100 beauty and pampering services represents a blissful mix of the familiar and the exotic, including therapeutic massage, rejuvenating facials, invigorating scrubs, purifying wraps, hot paraffin manicures, pedicures, hair styling and much more.
At Poseidon Spa at the Casa Monica Resort & Spa, you’ll step from the charms of the historic district through the doors of a luxurious oasis, where unique wellness and personalized therapies await.
Enter a world of tranquility and relaxation at the full-service Spa at Hammock Beach Resort where you will experience the feeling of serenity and luxury with expert massages.
Whisk away to a vibrant world of wellness and serenity in the Zen-inspired spa at the Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort.
Choose from several boutique day spas including the quaint spa with modern 21st century techniques Small Indulgences. The area’s newest retreat is the Salt Spa of St. Augustine. The spa’s services center on the therapeutic uses of crystal salts.