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Need a Break? Introducing the Presidential Retreat at The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC

Find relief from the stresses of life in the capital city and experience a moment away from it all with this rejuvenating half-day retreat

February 16, 2017,
Washington, DC, U.S.A.

Even those whose offices are not oval can benefit from the luxe new Presidential Retreat, launching this President's Day at Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC.  The Hotel's Spa and Fitness Club invites the weary to experience presidential treatment with a new half-day spa and fitness retreat.

The Presidential Retreat will be available beginning on Monday, February 20, 2017 and will be a permanent item on The Spa’s treatment menu. The experience includes:

  • The Pennsylvania Avenue Retreat spa experience: a relaxing 80-minute full body treatment that begins with a cleansing and indulgent foot massage that focuses on acupressure points to relieve stress utilising essences of rosemary, sage and peppermint. A full-body massage follows with deep-forest oil that is massaged into the skin, opening up the sinuses and clearing the lungs. The result is clarity, relaxation and rejuvenation from head to toe.
  • A choice of one of The Spa’s 50-minute custom facials to revitalise, hydrate and tone the skin to alleviate signs of stress
  • Two and a half hours in the three-level, 12,000 square foot (1,100 square metre) Fitness Club that features a two-lane saline lap pool and state-of-the-art equipment from Technogym
  • A special leather address book and bookmark with Presidential Seals from Sterling & Burke Ltd.

The Presidential Retreat lasts approximately four to five hours and is priced at USD 370 from Monday to Thursday, USD 390 from Friday to Sunday, and USD 435 on holidays.

Spa guests who have booked the Presidential Retreat are welcomed with complimentary five-hour valet parking and are invited to enjoy the full service men’s and women’s locker rooms, steam rooms, sauna, whirlpool and refreshments.

For reservations call 202 944 2022, or request services online.