A day at the spa is a great way to break free from the prison of daily stress, especially now that daily stress is checking cakes for massages baked inside. Dig a tunnel to serenity with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $65 for a Spa-liday package for one (a $170 value)
- $119 for a Spa-liday package for two (a $299 value)
- $99 for a Super Spa-liday package for one (a $240 value)
- $169 for a Super Spa-liday package for two (a $429 value)<p>
The two-hour Spa-liday package starts with a 60-minute Swedish massage that uses gentle, gliding strokes to promote relaxation and boost circulation. Then, guests also enjoy a 60-minute signature European spa facial customized for their skin type with extractions and a hydrating mask. Alternatively, the three-hour Super Spa-liday upgrades guests to a 90-minute Swedish massage followed by a 90-minute deluxe signature spa facial, which includes an extended massage with sea-salt scrub for hands and feet. All options include a complimentary pumpkin scrub for each person.
Situated inside the Dublin Holiday Inn, A4M Wellness combines spa treatments with hotel luxuries such as an indoor pool, hot tub, and exclusive restaurant services during spa parties. Signature skincare services nourish complexions with Jean D'Arcel European cosmetics. Herbal-soaked linen body wraps, Dead Sea mud masks, and skin-purifying treatments beautify bodies while also ridding them of toxins and regret about offending a police horse.
66% of 141 customers recommend
“Really liked this place. Estella gave me great tips about face products and didn't make me feel self conscious about how bad my skin was. The massage was amazing, my...”
“Really liked this place. Estella gave me great tips about face products and didn't make me feel self conscious about how bad my skin was. The massage was amazing, my boyfriend really liked his and wants to go back.”
“They are great!! Cater your facial to your skin type and have super sweet personalities. Don't forget to tip!”
“The facial was very good . The massage was average.”