Margaritaville’s St. Somewhere Spa transports visitors to relaxing, vacation state of mind

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Nestled deep within the Lake Conroe location of the Margaritaville Lake Resort lies a revitalizing and relaxing oasis. It’s not a private island, but booking a service at the St. Somewhere Spa can make it feel like you are on one.

Despite sounding exclusive, the spa is open to the public as well as resort guests, making it accessible for anyone who wants to book a spa appointment. On the service menu are massages, facials, body treatments, waxing, hair styling and nail services, including the Margarita Pedicure, a service fragranced with Pure Fiji products to make you feel like the pedicure is happening on a tropical island.

“St. Somewhere Spa is an expansive retreat, at over 18,000 square feet and with 13 treatment rooms, it really does feel like an oasis,” director of marketing Rachel Horgan said. “If you want to bring your significant other, or if you want to bring your friends and have a girl’s day at the spa, we’ve got plenty of space.”

One of the best deals the spa offers is its membership. Once someone signs up for a Retreat Club Membership, they pay a flat monthly fee of $178, which includes one massage or facial a month as well as 20% off all other spa services. It also grants members access to all the spa’s amenities along with the fitness center. St. Somewhere Spa’s amenities include a steam room, relaxation lounge areas, an atrium, showers and locker rooms.

“Access to our fitness center is another big selling point of this membership. Our fitness center is 10,000 square feet with three different studio rooms, lots of cardio equipment, weight machines, free weights, spin bikes, two indoor racquetball courts and a yoga room,” Horgan said. “Your monthly spa membership also includes access to all of our fitness classes. On average, we have 13 different fitness classes a week, from Barre, Pilates and yoga to Step & Tone and Body Blast classes.”

But it wouldn’t be a Margaritaville resort if there wasn’t a spa happy hour special. Visitors who book a 50-minute Signature Massage, Sunny Beach Bright Skin Facial, Margarita Pedicure or an 80-minute CBD Glow Seasonal Body Treatment between Sunday through Friday from noon- to 4 p.m. will receive 35% off the treatment. In February, the spa is currently closed on Monday and Tuesday, but will be open seven days a week from March onward.

Additionally, the spa is offering a deal in which anyone who signs up for a membership in the month of February will not have to pay a monthly dues fee until April.

Even without their specials, the spa sells gift cards that make perfect last minute Valentine’s Day gifts. Plus, the option to easily book a service online also makes great dates even better.

But what really sets the spa apart from others is being surrounded by complete paradise as soon as guests step outside of their treatment rooms.

“It feels like a private escape, and as we like to say at Margaritaville, our spa really does transport you to a vacation state of mind, whether or not you’re on vacation that day,” Horgan said.

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