Whether you’re primping your hair and nails for a major event, or just want to treat yourself to a relaxing massage, the most notable spas and salons in Houston, Texas, have got you covered. So just where should you go if you’re in need of some serious pampering? From the Galleria district to Midtown, we’ve compiled the best spas in Houston, thanks to some help from the city’s most notable fashion bloggers.
Want a luxurious body scrub? Might we suggest The Trellis, a Mediterranean-style spa attached to a restaurant, pool, and hotel—aka the perfect girl’s getaway. Or perhaps a facial is more your style? Milk + Honey, a serene spa in the heart of the city can boost collagen and brighten your complexion in just 60 minutes. No matter your preferred treatment, we’ve compiled the finest beauty destinations in Houston to meet all your spa day needs.
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The Four Seasons Houston Spa, is the holy grail of traditional spas, says blogger Lilly Beltran of Daily Craving. From the marble dressing room to its attentive staff and a whole host of services ranging from Beltran’s favorite Rapid Results Facial to an instant Self-Tanning Treatment, the Four Seasons Houston Spa provides luxury pampering at its finest. Facials start at $95 with body treatments starting at $160.
The Four Seasons Houston Spa
1300 Lamar St., Houston, 77010
Want an all-day spa affair? Tiffany Jais from fashion and beauty blog Flaunt and Center highly recommends The Trellis Spa at The Houstonian. With a variety of services including couples massages and body scrubs, as well as a restaurant, tennis courts, and a hotel, you could easily spend a relaxing day or weekend at this lodge-like hotel just outside of downtown Houston. Massages start at $150, while body treatments start at $160.
The Trellis Spa at The Houstonian
111 N. Post Oak Lane, Houston, 77024
If you have yet to find a great nail salon in Houston, Beltran highly recommends Paloma. From its A+ staff to its flawless manicures (some of which include massages) and its use of nontoxic polish, Paloma goes above and beyond to provide a luxury nail experience. Manicures start at $20 with pedicures starting at $30.
1700 Post Oak Blvd. #2, Houston, 77056
Looking for a relaxing afternoon in the heart of Houston? Jais and Beltran agree that Milk + Honey is the place to be. Using only vegan and organic products, Milk + Honey performs a variety of services from eyelash extensions to facials and heavenly scented body scrubs, which Jais says is a must-try. Facials at Milk + Honey begin at $110 with scrubs starting at $155.
Milk + Honey Day Spa
2800 Kirby Drive A134, Houston, 77098
Unlike other hotel spas, The Omni Hotel’s Mokara Spa in Houston feels refreshingly quaint, thanks to its peaceful yet comfortable décor. Featuring a variety of treatments (massages, scrubs, facials—it has it all), pools, saunas, and a meditation lounge, it’s no wonder Mokara is a favorite spa destination among locals. Services start at $85 for an Express Facial.
Mokara Spa Houston
Four River Way, Houston, 77056
Keep your skin looking radiant weeks after the spa with the following exfoliating and hydrating products.
Keep your face looking radiant weeks after your facial with this peel-off mask that hydrates and brightens skin for a glowing complexion.
Sure, you won’t need to exfoliate immediately following a body treatment, but it’s a good idea to add a scrub to your shower routine if you haven’t already. Try this sugar-based scrub that sloughs off dry skin while simultaneously hydrating with virgin coconut oil.
Keep your skin hydrated and glowing for weeks on end with this antioxidant-rich serum composed of pumpkin seed and buckthorn oil.
This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.