Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco introduces ‘Spa Happy Hour’

The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco introduces 'Spa Happy Hour'

September 10, 2014: The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco has launched a menu of express treatments for guests looking to unwind, de-stress or calm their mind after a busy day.
The new Spa Happy Hour menu offers an ideal selection of treatments, each less than one hour, and includes the choice of a complimentary spa cocktail or refreshing beverage. When booking a Spa Happy Hour treatment, guests will also receive a voucher to enjoy a 15% ‘stress relief’ on their check at Brasserie S&P if they wish to continue their Happy Hour experience. Priced from USD 40 to USD 150 for 20 minute to 45 minute treatments, The Spa Happy Hour menu includes the Calm Mind luxurious massage for the back, head, neck and shoulders; Carboxi Express Facial to revitalize and refresh the skin; Revive Foot Treatment; Express Manicure; and Express Pedicure.
Spa Director Kristy Whitford said, “Our location in the bustling business and financial district of San Francisco makes us an ideal spa escape for those looking to relieve some stress and tension after a busy day in the office. Our Spa Happy Hour menu is designed to help you leave work at the door and go home to your family or loved one in a relaxed and happy mood.”
The Spa Happy Hour menu is available Monday to Friday only and the services do not include additional suite time. All treatments are subject to 20% gratuity. For reservations, call +1 (415) 276-9780 or email [email protected]

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