Tired from all the holiday travel? Charlotte Prescott, director of spa and fitness at the Biltmore Miami, offer this advice: Get a good massage.
“A general Swedish massage is best,’’ Prescott told me. “If you’ve been sitting on a plane for eigh hours, you don’t need deep body work. But you need something to help with circulation, detoxing and hydration.’’
Don’t want the Swedish massage? Try the spa’s signature Journey to Guavonia treatment that gets its inspiration from the pre-Biltmore days when the land was a guava farm.
“Guava is a super fruit with a lot of anti aging befits that boosts collagen production,’’ Prescott said.
The 12,000 square-foot Biltmore Spa is on the seventh floor of the historic hotel and features 14 treatment rooms.