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Delluva Vinotherapy Day Spa
Nearby Subway Stops
1 at Franklin St.; A, C, E at Canal St.
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This venue is closed.
Former IT manager Diane Hanson discovered vinotherapy — spa treatments powered by a free-radical-combating grape extract called resveratrol — during her honeymoon in Stellenbosch, South Africa; she brought her discovery home by opening Gotham’s first wine spa in early 2007. Now all treatments at this 2,500 square foot retreat (customized hydrating facials, toning manicures, and contouring body wraps) contain the super-strong antioxidant, culled from Chardonnay and Cabernet as well as Stellenbosch’s signature Pinotage varietal. Apart from seven treatment rooms outfitted with cork floors, curious locals will also find a boutique (with D'vine and TheraVine products), a locker room (with merlot-colored glass tiles), and a candle-lit hydrotherapy room. As a post-treatment ritual, guests are invited into the Bordeaux lounge to sip a glass of red or white.Bridal
Delluva was the first spa in New York to offer vinotherapy (using wine grapes in their skin-care treatments). Its bridal packages (from $1,350) include monthly facials and massages for four months leading up to the wedding, plus makeup application on the day of the wedding.
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