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Hoola Spa Maui Offering Summer Special Package with Great Rates on Luxury Spa Treatments

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Enjoy the Best Spa in Maui with Special Deals and Discounts this Summer.

Lahaina, HI – Ho’ola Spa Maui is inviting guests to the beautiful island of Maui to enjoy their tropical, luxurious sanctuary, by offering a Summer Special Package filled with great savings on some of their most prized services. Now more guests than ever can enjoy what has others raving that Ho’ola is the best spa in Maui.

The Summer Special Package offers a wonderful discount on the Sweetheart Special, a spa package which will help soothe away body tension and relax the mind with a comprehensive experience worth remembering for a lifetime.

This includes a full body exfoliation with a sugar body polish, a warm shower followed by a cocoa butter cocoon, a 25-minute express facial, and a hydrating mask with rosewater mist. The 50-minute Sweetheart Special is now being offered for only $135, and the 80-minute treatment is available for just $195, compared to normal prices of $160 and $220 respectively.

This Maui spa offers an unmatched range of services, delivering the utmost in relaxation and rejuvenation for both the mind and the body. This is highlighted by a wide variety of ancient, authentic Hawaiian techniques, such as the Hawaiian Lomi Lomi Massage, Deep Lomi Lomi Massage, Wawae Reflexology, and the Pohaku Warm Stone Ritual.

Ho’ola also offers unique spa body treatments, including the Ala’e Sea Salt Glow, Hawaiian Sugar Polish, and the exclusive Mauka to Makai, from mountains to the sea, treatment. Ho’ola Spa Maui utilizes only Malie Organics body creams, Hawaii’s premier luxury beauty brand, with all-natural products.

In addition, Ho’ola also offers guests a unique Salt Room, which delivers Himalayan Salt Spa treatments. Utilizing a Halotherapy Salt Generator, a natural salt cave microclimate is produced, precisely infusing pure, breathable microscopic salt particles and negative ions into the air. Utilized in tandem with the room’s backlit panels for Color Therapy, and it’s a truly one of a kind experience.

Visit HoolaSpaMaui.com to learn more about this world class Maui spa, or call 808.662.2988 to schedule an appointment and take advantage of the fantastic Summer Special Package.

About Ho’ola Spa Maui

Ho’ola Spa Maui is a full-service luxury spa in Maui, located in the Konea building at the Honua Kai Resort & Spa. They focus on delivering natural spa treatments utilizing the island’s authentic, ancient techniques for the ultimate in relaxation and rejuvenation. With beautiful scenery, a huge variety of treatments, and their unique Salt Room, a Himalayan Salt Spa, they strive to offer a one of a kind experience as the very best spa in Maui. Ho’ola Spa Maui is open daily from 9am to 7pm. Schedule a treatment by calling 808.662.2988, or learn more about their spa services and the latest specials by visiting HoolaSpaMaui.com.

Media Contact
Company Name: Hoola Spa Maui
Contact Person: Rolf Wiggli
Email: Send Email
Phone: 808-662-2988
Address:130 Kai Malina Parkway
City: Lahaina
State: HI
Country: United States
Website: http://hoolaspamaui.com/

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