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Kids are treated like royalty at Tantrums Spa Parties, so it makes sense that they should also dress the part. While spa party guests receive a robe, slippers, and headband along with their spa itineraries, they also have the option to adorn themselves in princess attire pulled from Tantrum's costume-filled trunks.?Once they've donned their very best party attire, kids get busy relaxing or playing games with experiences custom picked to suit their likes or dislikes. Custom parties might include manicures, hairstyling, airbrush tattoos, ice cream and candy stations, a cupcake bar, or even karaoke. And, in addition to catering to younger guests, Tantrums is also available for sweet 16 parties where guests can indulge in age-appropriate spa services and pose in a photo booth.

118 Madison Avenue
Albany,
NY
US

Amid NOVA—Natural Organic Vital Anti-Aging—Spa's warm saffron-and-gold color scheme, wood floors, and Far Eastern art and pottery, its licensed aestheticians accomplish pampering skincare services. They smooth faces using nonsurgical face-lifts, and licensed massage therapists foster tranquility with Swedish and deep-tissue bodywork. Pain-relieving and skin-rejuvenating steam therapy rounds out the spa's indulgent treatments.

1845 Silas Deane Hwy
Rocky Hill,
CT
US

Caroline Harris has always been fascinated by the relationship between mind, body, and spirit—a relationship she's forged through her experiences as a professional dancer and psychology student. She strives to heal all three facets with her deep-tissue, Swedish, and Thai massages. As she kneads out mental and corporeal aches and stresses, her nimble hands also help to increase circulation, stimulate the lymphatic system, and improve range of motion.

6 Maple Street
Northborough,
MA
US

It would be wrong to assume that Left Bank Restaurant at Stonehedge Inn & Spa is nothing more than a hotel eatery—since its inception, the upscale restaurant has proved its mettle time and again with dozens of awards. It maintains a four-diamond rating from the American Automobile Association, and its robust wine cellar has won Wine Spectator magazine's Grand Award—its highest award available—for 17 years running. The encyclopedic array of fine vintages seems daunting at first, but proprietor Levent Bozkurt helpfully divides the list by both region and varietal, making it easy to track down a favorite flavor, producer, or grape pen pal that stopped writing.

Levent relies on the talents of executive chef Donna Whelden to prepare a culinary menu to match his legendary wine list. The chef steps up to the challenge with Lobster Thermidor and Grilled Beef Tenderoin with Mushroom Bread Pudding.

160 Pawtucket Blvd.
Tyngsboro,
MA
US