Blokes and Beer Spa Treatment at the Ritz-Carlton Toronto

Ritz-Carlton Toronto Spa

Ritz-Carlton Toronto SpaAn intoxicating experience without the hangover? The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Toronto is raising a glass to their male clientele in unveiling the “Blokes and Beer” treatment designed for urban beer lovers. Using ingredients found in beer, the therapy starts with a “Man-E-Cure” (a hops and sea salt exfoliation for the hands) followed by a signature Transformation Facial and full body massage.

To prolong the relaxation, Blokes and Beer guests get treated to chilled bottles of local Mill St. organic lager in the Gentlemen’s Relaxation Lounge, taking in the views over the city’s Entertainment district or a football game on the flat screen television. The Blokes and Beer treatment is priced at $340 plus taxes and gratuities and includes a Skin Authority Go! Man grooming kit to take home. To book an appointment, call The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Toronto directly at 416-572-8000 or visit www.ritzcarlton.com/en/Properties/Toronto/Spa.

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