With the dog days of summer upon us, Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara is making some heat of its own with two new additions to its comprehensive menu of Spa treatments. The luxury Montecito beach resort has just been named one of the Top 20 Honeymoon Resorts in the US by Brides magazine.
Based on summer’s most incendiary book craze, the Fifty Shades of Spa package is sure to get temperatures rising with the promise of recreating a romantic and sensuous spa experience at home. With instruction from a certified massage therapist in deluxe spa suite overlooking the Pacific Ocean, couples will learn basic techniques for treating one another to a stress-relieving massage. In addition to tips and tricks for a pleasure-inducing home spa experience, they’ll leave armed with an elegant gift box filled with goodies to add delight in the bedroom – including a silk blindfold, boudoir candle that melts to massage oil, and a seductive body spray.
Guests fantasizing about an exotic escape of a different kind will be hard-pressed to resist Moroccanoil’s tempting new interpretation for the body. Santa Barbara Spa-goers can enjoy the benefits of their argan oil-infused, nutrient-rich innovative formulas with two luxurious and deeply therapeutic body treatments now available at The Spa at Four Seasons.
The 80-minute Moroccan Ritual, inspired by a traditional Moroccan hammam, cleanses, revitalizes, and relaxes with a full body massage using the Intense Hydrating Treatment. Hot stones are placed on the back and neck, and the Body Buff is used to gently exfoliate and soften the hands and feet. The journey concludes with a warm scalp and hair treatment. In the 50-minute Hydration Ritual, a full body massage is combined with a scalp treatment and hair mask for a nourishing indulgence designed to reduce stress, soothe sore muscles and hydrate even the dryest skin.
The full line of Moroccanoil body care products is also available for purchase at The Spa’s retail boutique. Local guests always enjoy 20 percent off all Spa treatments.