Houston's Post Oak Hotel opens new spa facility

The Spa at The Post Oak Hotel at Uptown Houston is one of the largest spas in Texas. Photo credit: Post Oak Hotel at Uptown Houston

The Post Oak Hotel at Uptown Houston officially opened The Spa, which consists of 20,000 square feet of treatment rooms, tranquility pools, steam rooms, saunas, thermal showers, a Technogym fitness center and lounges with zero-gravity chairs.

“I have traveled the world seeing the most beautiful spas with the finest amenities,” Tilman Fertitta, owner of the Post Oak, said in a statement. “Houston deserves a unique, first-class spa and I was inspired to bring one to my Post Oak hotel. We offer only top-of-the-line products and services that you won’t find anywhere else in the country. Whether you are a Houstonian or a hotel guest, you will want to visit our spa.”

The Post Oak Hotel operates the first spa in the nation to partner with French cosmetics brand Cinq Mondes. All spa therapists at the Post Oak were enrolled in an eight-week training process to learn traditions and pharmacopeias employed at the property.

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The property also has partnered to adopt the In-Skin facial system, and also signed a partnership with Jacqueline Piotaz and Aromatherapy Associates of London.

The Post Oak Hotel at Uptown Houston, is a 10-acre property anchored by a 28-story, 250-room hotel with 20 executive residences and a 35,000-square-foot conference facility. The Post Oak is also located near The Galleria and River Oaks District.

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