Sign up for daily news e-mails!

GO Brooklyn: The Brooklyn Paper#8217;s essential guide to the Borough of Kings

A PERFECT 10     

Spa:   When life gives you lemons Comment

Spa Report 2004

Spa: Note: There is an updated Brooklyn Spa Guide for 2006 GO Brooklyn’s fourth annual Brooklyn Spa Report comes on the heels of one of the harshest winters in memory, leaving us exhausted, with our shoulders hunched up and our skin dried out. Turn to spas for treatments that can relieve all that ails you. They can boost your spirit, melt away your muscle tension and return the moisture to your skin. Comment


Spa: This brutally long, cold winter has been especially hard on two parts of the body that are difficult to shield from the elements: the face and hands. On Tuesday, with winds whirling menacing snowflakes under my hat and through my cashmere gloves, I declared a moratorium on suffering. Comment


Spa: This little piggy went to market, this little piggy stayed home, this little piggy had roast beef and this little piggy said. "We, we, we want to get out of these Timberland boots!" Comments (1)

OH D’MAI     

Spa: As the last episode of "Sex and the City" flickered across TV screens everywhere Sunday, I felt obliged to pay homage by indulging in some sort of single-girl frivolity. Comment


Spa: Williamsburg’s InnerSpree Day Spa, open since July, has a Serenity Room with a warming skylight and soothing waterfall, which you can reserve for a private party. At $185 per person, customers enjoy individual 45-minute facials, one-hour massages, spa manicures (or basic manicure with basic pedicure), catered food and theme-related goody bags. Comment


Spa: For a luxurious spa experience follow the gilded railings to the entrance of Fort Greene’s Cynergy Spa. This little sister of Harlem’s Cynergy Spa was opened in 2003, but there’s nothing small or diminutive about the Brooklyn location. Comment

Keep it local!

Stay in touch with your community. Subscribe to our free newsletter: