Atlanta >Beauty > Spa Intercontinental
3315 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3030533.845835 -84.368207
Neighborhoods: Northside, Northside, North Buckhead
My favorite place... – I love Jurlique. It's truly one of my favorite places in the city. The atmosphere is calm and clean, with great service and attentive staff. My job requires me to make reservations for others in addition to myself and I love than an uneducated teenager never answers the phone to take reservations (like some of the other spas in ATL). The facials are to die for, and the products are so refreshingly gentle on the skin. Also, their great location allows easy access to the mall pre-experience, and to drinks in the bar afterward. I love this place... my favorite way to spend the day!
Aromatherapy and naturally pure products are the foundation for this chichi Buckhead spa's superior treatments. – The Scene
This elegant spa (which used to be Quintessence) sticks to classic therapies. Jurlique's showcase spa features only the Australian line of organic beauty products. Step inside the spa, relocated in the InterContinental hotel, and the Peachtree traffic fades to lavender scents (for sale, of course).
The simple menu of treatments looks almost boring, without any exotic-sounding therapies; results compensate for lack of variety. The spa uses clean, chemical-free products and gives one of the best facials you'll experience in Atlanta. All of the treatments use aromatherapy, but the lavender body therapy with steam really takes advantage of the relaxing practice. Add steam to any body treatment, and you'll be placed in one of the tile-walled wet rooms.
Massage, body treatments, hair removal, hand and foot treatments.
Former Massage therapist of Quintessence – Julique products are the best quality spa products you will find anywhere in the world . Even though the products tend to be on the higher end, they are the real deal. I have used other aromatherapy products and have never been as pleased with other companies as with Jurlique massage lotions and aromatherapy blends. I continue to use these products to provide the best for my own private clients. spa services and treatments were outstanding. Many high end spas use jurlique aromatherapy products because they produce great results. We had many loyal clients because Quintessence simply was not only a great company, but the best spa I've ever worked in. The Jurlique concept spa is considered one of the best among celebrities, sports figures, and clientele from all walks of life. You will not be dissapointed!
Jurlique Day Spa----Spend your money elsewhere – For Spa week I get an email for a signature facial for $50. The sitting area is a small table with a seat in the corner (read...bad school kid section). There is no sauna area in the locker room. Although they said I could use the fitness center while there for any service, it was locked and no one offered to show me the facilities although I asked. The quiet room was small and co-ed so make sure your robe is tied tight. In the treatment room sheets were cold, you could hear the traffic on Peachtree and they were moving furniture or holding wrestlemania tryouts in the floor below. The facial was okay and the total bill is $73. What happened to $50. The gratuity is automatically added on but no one explained that ahead of time or in the flyer. Then they started to push the products.
Amazing Facials – The "Good Skin Basics" facial here really is amazing. So relaxing and I really did feel like I was glowing afterwards. You get a great massage and I love their products. They are very expensive though.
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