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12 Jun 2018

Boston’s G20 Spa expands to 17,000sq ft location
BY Jane Kitchen

New services include a custom-built salt cave with walls made from Himalayan Salt stones equipped with a halogenerator to cleanse and detoxify

New services include a custom-built salt cave with walls made from Himalayan Salt stones equipped with a halogenerator to cleanse and detoxify
photo: Febian Shah Photography

After more than 23 years in business, Boston’s G20 Spa + Salon has expanded to a three-storey location with more than 17,000sq ft of space.

The lifestyle spa features shops, a salon, a makeup counter and guest relation facilities on the third floor, where guests enter. Locker rooms, relaxation areas and a nail salon are situated on the fourth floor, with expanded spa services on the fifth floor.

The spa’s decor is modern and fresh, with glass tiles, white lacquered finishes and chrome accents designed to complement a contemporary urban lifestyle.

“At G2O Spa + Salon, we believe that your lifestyle shouldn’t be a luxury, but a holistic balance of modern elegance and health and wellness, which is why our mission has always been to create a one-stop oasis for all needs while offering the most innovative spa and salon services,” said founder and CEO Joyce Hampers. “We’re really excited for guests to experience our new relocated space, which is designed to optimise the guest’s experience and features new, never-seen-before treatments that connect the mind, body and spirit in a tranquil, sleek and sophisticated setting.”

The spa continues to focus on a complete health and wellness experience. New services include a custom-built salt cave with walls made from pure Himalayan Salt stones equipped with a halogenerator to cleanse and detoxify; a salt therapy flotation pod; and new guided virtual reality meditation.

G2O’s signature Experience Room, which combines herbal-infused steam with an ice fog and tropical shower, also has new and improved services, including a Rasul Purifying Ritual and Aromatherapy Group Steam, in addition to the popular Bali Revitalizing Ritual.

Clients can also experience skincare treatments such as Hydrafacial, LED, Microcurrent and Non-Surgical Facelift, as well as body treatments including scrubs, wraps, the Himalayan Salt Rejuvenation and therapeutic massages.

The new G2O also includes a co-ed sauna, fireside lounge and relaxation lounge, as well as larger men’s and women’s locker rooms with steam rooms, digital lockers, showers and complimentary products.

The expanded salon includes more stylist stations, as well as a new a private station. The salon will also host a permanent photo booth where clients can take before and after photos of their new ‘dos, which will be emailed to them directly for easy sharing to social media channels.




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