Need a 401K facial: 5 Alabama Spas Launching Economic Inspired Spa Treatments


Known for great golf at a real value, the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail in Alabama has added world-class resorts and spas. With the recent opening of the Spa at the Battle House Hotel in Mobile, the RTJ Golf Trail’s Resort Collection now has five spas and eight hotels. With these locations, Alabama currently ranks fourth in the country for the number of spas recommended by BestSpas USA. These spas are adding new treatments that may be just what your financial analyst ordered.

In response to the current economic conditions and increasing stresses, the Spas in the RTJ Golf Trail Resort Collection have come up with a series of new special treatments. This week, the five spas will begin offering: 401(k) Facials, an Economic Freefall Refresher and the Banker and Broker Escape.

401 (k) Facials

Are the stresses of the 401 (k) rollercoaster showing on your face? Sneak away from work and let their staff treat you to a 401(k) facial. They can brighten, tighten and smooth your skin in a matter of minutes with a quick glycolic resurfacing treatment. Your skin will look and feel amazing and your financial fear lines will diminish. Spend time in the quiet room, steam room and whirlpools before and after your treatment. The Wall Street Journal newspapers can be removed at your request! $100

Economic Freefall Refresher

After the recent economic freefall, it is time to refresh and re-energize. A mineralizing spa body treatment reduces stress and tension, leaving skin soft and smooth. A facial follows, featuring ingredients that stimulate cellular renewal leaving the skin soft, glowing and refreshed. A money manicure completes your refresher leaving money in your pocket. $200

Banker and Broker Bailout

For the banker or broker who is overworked, overstressed and needs to relax, this is the escape for you. De-stress tired muscles in state-of-the-art steam rooms. Relax with an 80-minute therapeutic massage, deep cleansing facial and penetrating location for hydration. Gentlemen’s haircut and nail trim will help finish your escape prior to taking on the wizards on Wall Street (pin-stripe robes no longer available.) $300

“Stress Relief” in a Spray

Take home a container of “Stress Relief” after your economic spa treatment. A variety of Sprayology oral spray vitamins are available at each of the RTJ Resort Collection Spas. “Stress Relief” packages have been a big hit with their guests. $24 while supplies last.

These innovative economic-focused spa treatments are available until Dec. 1, 2008 at the following locations: Grand Hotel Marriott Resort, Golf Club & Spa in Point Clear, AL; Battle House, a Renaissance Hotel, in Mobile, AL; the Montgomery Renaissance Hotel & Spa at the Convention Center in Montgomery, AL; Renaissance Ross Bridge Golf Resort & Spa in Hoover, AL and the Marriott Shoals Hotel & Spa in Florence, AL. Not available at the FDIC or local lending institutions!

For more on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail and its Resort Collection, visit www.rtjgolf.com.

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Posted on by Shannon Smyth in beauty, skin care, Spa 4 Comments

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Shannon began A Girl's Gotta Spa! beauty blog in 2005 to morph her love of beauty and in educating women on what truly works and what does not. She has been featured in Glamour, VOGUE Australia, Woman's World, Nail Pro, SHAPE and on WBRE's PA Live. She is a go-to source for social media consulting when it comes to beauty brands.

4 Responses to Need a 401K facial: 5 Alabama Spas Launching Economic Inspired Spa Treatments

  1. Suzy
    I’m a huge fan of Marriott hotels and spas and have had the luxury of indulging at both the Camelback Inn in Scottsdale and the JW Marriott Desert Ridge in Phoenix. They have had some pretty darn good deals for “locals” this summer — almost too good to pass up and therefore keeping me from traveling to far-flung destinations such as Alabama! However, I have been to the Gulf Shores and would like to return…someday.
  2. Anna S.
    i applaud their marketing execs. but really, baiout for 300 dollars- they better come with a stimulus rebate check :)
  3. Tina
    Anna, I totally agree with you! Ridiculous!

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