40% Off Spa Services at Hyatt Hill Country Resort and Spa via Travelzoo

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I was obsessing a bit about the peacefulness of spa services today and stumbled across a really good deal for spa services at Hyatt Hill Country Resort and Spa on Travelzoo.  I visited that resort last summer, and had a chance to experience at their spa.  You can read about that experience here.

The only downside to most good spa experiences is that they are often pricey.  However, this Travelzoo deal helps bring the price back into the reasonable range for more families.  You can get a $100 gift certificate for $59, or a $150 gift certificate for $85.  In both cases that is over 40% off, which is great!  You can use the gift certificates for any spa services you wish, and they also would make really great (late) holiday gifts as they don’t display the price you paid – just the $100 or $150 redemption value.

Here are some of the details:

Spa appointments can be scheduled immediately upon purchase, through May 30, 2013. This package is valid for 1 person only. Appointments are required and must be booked 48 hours in advance. Valid Sunday-Thursday during regular business hours only. Not valid on holidays or holiday weekends. Specific technicians are subject to availability. Voucher subject to forfeiture if you cancel or reschedule appointment within 24 hours’ notice. Spa facilities are reserved for guests 17 and older. Not valid on products. Tax, if applicable, and gratuity are not included. An automatic minimum gratuity of 15% will be applied on full retail value of services consumed. This deal cannot be combined with any other offer. Must be used in 1 visit.

There are many other hotels and resorts on Travelzoo that also offer deals on spa services, so it is worth a look if you have visions of massages, pedicures, and facials dancing in your head.

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