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Revitalized Uptown Hotel Icon Ups Its Spa Game

$30 Million Renovation Provides a Beauty Refresh Too

BY // 03.09.18

Things are shaping up nicely at Hotel Crescent Court. An ongoing $30 million renovation has brought a modern new look to the Uptown Dallas icon, courtesy of design firm waldrop+nichols, and reintroduced Beau Nash, a stylish champagne and craft cocktail bar in the lobby.

Now, another vital part of the hotel has been refreshed: The Spa at Hotel Crescent Court is now open with a new look and a significantly expanded menu of services.

The 22,000-square-foot space, which encompasses a gym, a central lounge, and roomy spa facilities, has been given a major facelift by Dallas-based interior design firm, Michelle Meredith + Associates. It’s bright, open and thoroughly modern, with natural elements like water features and spiral root figures adding an organic feel.

The spa includes 16 treatment rooms, women’s and men’s lounges, relaxation rooms, a couples suite and an all-new nail salon. The retail area has been redone and features brands like Epicuren, Cosmedix, emerginC, ALO and Beyond Yoga. There’s also a large, co-ed lounge with fresh juices, snacks and champagne.

Now you can enjoy a much larger range of services in the relaxing oasis, including new body treatments (the Grape Stem Cell Wrap and French Clay Detox are favorites), new massages, a wider variety of skincare treatments (the Hydrafacial is one of the most popular, while the Injectstem Bio Firming Facial is lovingly referred to as “Botox in a bottle”), and new spa packages.

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