Some things are universally relaxing: the sound of a waterfall, the smell of lavender, the realization that the sun isn't a searchlight that's hunting you. Calm down with this Groupon.
- $190 for one 50-minute Ho'ola massage with lavender lotion and one 80-minute lift firming, papaya purity, or lagoon hydration facial ($360 value)
Na Ho'ola Spa
In ancient Hawaiian culture, places and things took their names not from their function or surroundings, but from dreams and interpretations of that object. Kupuna an kumu Aunty Malia Crave, a respected Hawaiian poet gave Na Ho'ola Spa the name based on this practice, calling the spot "many healers." To bring her vision to pass, the spa gathered up dozens of therapists and aestheticians whose sole goal is to soothe clients in the 10,000-square foot, two-story facility nestled inside the Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa.
Massage therapists rub tension from muscles, using products derived from Maui-grown plants. Aestheticians promote healthy skin with Carita treatments, and a line of anti-aging skin care products imported from France. While they relax, visitors enjoy stunning views of Waikiki Beach out floor-to-ceiling windows.
Signature Service: Spa Treatments
Brands Used: Maui Lavender Massage Lotion, and French Spa Line, Carita
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 25–50
Parking: Parking garage
Minimum Age Requirement: 18
81% of 27 customers recommend
“Very good service and excellent massage and facial! I found it tricky to find the hotel's parking entrance for self-parking (some construction going on currently),...”
“Very good service and excellent massage and facial! I found it tricky to find the hotel's parking entrance for self-parking (some construction going on currently), but the spa does validate for valet (you just cover the tip), so that is a good option.”
“Go in an hour before your appointment to take advantage of the amenities.”
“Get there early to enjoy everything they have to offer. Try to book around a sunset, which can be seen from the relaxation room.”