Looking younger often requires standing next to something much older, such as a brontosaurus femur or the future. Defy time-grace continuums with today’s Groupon to Day Spa & Salon at Sundance Plaza Hotel in Winston-Salem. Choose between the following options:
- For $65, you get the Helios package (a $130 value), which includes the following:
- A Sundance facial with a Mother Earth add-on
- A Sundance pedicure<p>
- For $90, you get the following (a $185 value):
- A Sundance signature facial
- A Sundance signature massage<p>
Inside the 11,000-square-foot spa and wellness center at Sundance Plaza Hotel, the latest techniques and technology combine with professional products to propel clients toward the relaxosphere. The Helios package begins with a 45- to 60-minute facial designed to detoxify and revitalize visages that have grown weary from being the body part that always does all the talking. Clients can select their choice of a healing Mother Earth add-on, with options including a Sedona mask that fights aging and a marine algae rich in antioxidants. After the face’s mud bath, a staff member will soothe and hydrate tired feet with a 55-minute pedicure complete with heated booties and a cleanse, soak, and scrub.
In the other package, a one-hour massage kneads the knurls from strained skeleton-movers and transports daydreaming clients to fantasy lands run by turtles who have read Plato’s Republic. Clients will also receive Sundance’s signature facial, which includes a hand-and-arm massage with heated mittens that prepares hands to make parade-worthy waves during marches to get the car back from the impound lot.
The Day Spa & Salon at Sundance Plaza
Located just half a mile away from Wake Forest University, The Day Spa & Salon at Sundance Plaza is an 11,000-square-foot haven of relaxation. Specialists at the spa draw on all-organic products and techniques to carry out therapeutic services including facials and massages. Notable services include a yam and pumpkin enzyme peel, an algae body masque, and signature nail care that utilizes heated booties and mittens.
There's a unique, museum-like feel to the hotel's guest rooms, thanks to its Starving Artists Program, in which each individual room serves as a gallery for one particular local painter, musician, or writer. The hotel's eye for artistry also shows in its sculpture gardens, as well as in its colorful lobby with fountains and a daycare center for promising finger painters.
3050 University Pkwy.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27106