But more importantly, I went to Qua, the incredible spa at Caesars Palace.
Years ago when Qua first opened, a colleague treated me to a hot stone massage there and I have been trying to make my way back ever since. It’s such a beautiful place.
This time I sprang for a massage and my first-ever facial. Go ahead and make your That’s What She Said jokes now. Continue reading
A TriBeCa bathhouse/spa is now offering baths in Champagne or red wine for wealthy folks who like to play with their food and drink.
TRIBECA — Now the champagne set can literally swim in bubbly.
A luxurious new bathhouse has popped up in TriBeCa — with elite amenities that include a $450 per person VIP package with a dip in a champagne-filled bathtub.
Aire Ancient Baths, which has built a devoted following in Spain, unveiled its first American location this week: a 16,000-square-foot spa inside a restored 19th-century building at 88 Franklin St., with six pools, a steam room and massage suites.
Spa packages start at $75 for a 75-minute bath, while a VIP suite is expected to open in the next few weeks, offering clients a chance to purchase a 3 1/2 hour spa package including a bath in a tub infused with olive oil, red wine or champagne at a cost of $450 per person.
Beyond the waste, bathing in Champagne sounds sticky.
The idea of bathing in bubbly doesn’t appeal to me. I’d much rather drink it. Am I in the minority?
Not sure what part I like the best.
The music, which had me swaying…
The flash of braces we see from the sweet star of the video…
The towel-hat craft which will make for a great party trick…
Or maybe it’s the Twilight posters in the background. Probably that. Yeah, I’m a goof.