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Enjoy the wet rooms at The Mirage after your $50 treatment during Spa Week, to be held April 16-22.

By Valerie Moloney

To those who love beauty bargains, this one ranks right up there with $1 Wet ‘n Wild eyeliner: 7 straight days of $50 spa treatments. Held twice yearly, Spa Week, to be held from April 16 to 22 at spas nationwide, treats the stressed, washed-out masses to $50 treatments and the savings to plan a cheap vacation. Considering that many spas charge $100 and up for the most basic services, guests can truly make a day of pampering and sampling the luxe life inside high-end properties.

Consider these offerings, and just how good it will feel to afford a few treatments for the price of one:

  1. Exhale at Fairmont Battery Wharf
    Spend $50 for a facial peel – because we like all dewy skin – or having your toes exfoliated with lavender scrub. Or choose wellness of a different sort: a 5-pack of yoga or core fusion classes in view of the tranquil Boston waterfront.
  2. Kohler Waters Spa at A company beloved for its faucets, body sprays and rainfall showerheads is going to know how to pamper. We dare you to resist the Lavender Rain Treatment, 50 uninterrupted minutes of bliss under a pulsating Vichy shower.
  3. The Spa at Let’s not mince words. Your body might need an IV drip after the liquid abuse it will take during your cheap Las Vegas vacation. Here’s a better solution: a post-club visit to this spa on the Strip – complete with his- and her- saunas and whirlpools — where even the body scrubs are infused with hot whiskey. Call it the new hair of the dog.
  4. Narande Spa at So you didn’t get champagne and roses this year. You’ll like this treatment much better: a champagne and rose body exfoliation to buff that skin to a glowing sheen. Who says you need a mate to make you sparkle?

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Valerie Moloney, who manages the CheapTickets blog, is easily seduced by a sale and a spa treatment.

Tagged: Las Vegas, Limited-time Offers, Romance & honeymoon

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