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Relaxing Spas in Myrtle Beach

  By  Janice Brady

Relaxing Spas in Myrtle Beach

Whether you are a local or visiting the beach with family or friends, sometimes we all just need a “me day!” There really is no better way to pamper yourself than with some time at the spa. The best spas in the area offer a variety of services - from facials to full-body massages - and many other services in-between. Many offer customized packages based on what you want or how much you would like to spend. The next time you are ready for your “me day,” be sure to check out one of these Myrtle Beach spas.

The Awakening Spa

2600 N Ocean Blvd.

Therapeutic massage, anti-aging facials and hydrating body treatments are just a few of the services offered. The Awakening Spa provides a wide selection of massage services for individuals and for couples.

You will definitely find what you are looking for with one of the day packages offered that include: Massages, Body & Skin Treatments, Facials, Enhancements (Mineral Baths, Aroma Therapy, Exfoliation), and Couples Packages (in a private couples suite)

The Awakening Spa (located in the Anderson Ocean Club)  believes that regular relaxation is a part of a healthy and happier lifestyle.

Touch of Aloha Day Spa and Massage

2798 A Howard Ave.

Although Touch of Aloha only offers a variety of massage treatments (no facials, etc.), the massages offered are very detailed and the prices are great. They also offer a therapeutic massage ideal for reducing stress, pain and muscle tension.

It's also helpful for: Anxiety, Headaches, Sports injuries, Insomnia related to stress, Fibromyalgia, Soft tissue strains for injuries, Digestive disorders, and Circulation

Located in the Market Common area, Touch of Aloha is one of the spas loved by locals.

Essence Day Spa

505 - 18th Avenue North

Essence Day Spa offers massages, facials and body treatments at affordable prices. When you book an appointment you will be asked a series of questions designed to customize your service to your individual needs. The spa is small which enables the therapists to pay excellent attention to guests. 

Packages and combination services are offered as well as specials that sometimes include discounts on treatments. Essence also offers great add-ons to massage packages that let you customize your massage: Aromatherapy $7, Sugar Foot Scrub $10, CBD Infused Sugar Foot Scrub $12, Hot Stones + Towels $10, Exfoliating Salt Scrub $12

Massage Envy Spa 

Multiple Locations: 980 Cipriana Drive, MB/181 Brookton Circle, MB/1216 Hwy 17 N, NMB

There are actually 3 Massage Envy locations in the Myrtle Beach area. Although each is an independently owned franchise, they are all held to the same standards set out by the main organization. Massage Envy also offers a monthly membership program so you can make sure to pamper yourself on a regular basis!

Custom massages, built around a discussion with the therapist, is sure to target the areas you need worked on. Along with massages advanced skin care facials and stretching sessions are also available.

In the Resorts

There are also resorts in Myrtle Beach that offer spa services right at the property. If a visit to the spa is an important part of your Myrtle Beach vacation and you don’t want to be traveling around the beach to get to one -  you will be happy to find several resorts that offer a spa as part of the amenities.

Check out the spas located at these resorts along the Grand Strand: Marina Inn at Grand Dunes, Marriott Myrtle Beach Resort & Spa and the Embassy Suite by Hilton Myrtle Beach Oceanfront.

Janice Brady

Janice is a mom and a grandmother. After retiring from New Jersey and moving to the Grand Strand in 2005, she began writing as a hobby. In 2010 she created her own site, An Open Suitcase, where she shares her love of travel. Janice has contributed travel stories to many large brands and destinations including Walt Disney World and Universal Studios, but her passion will always be sharing her home, the Myrtle Beach area, with everyone. She spends much of her time taking her grandchildren or visiting friends to experience all that the Myrtle Beach area has to offer.