An oasis of tranquility and rejuvenation is back in Hollywood. Burke Williams Day Spa‘s former location in West Hollywood closed earlier this year to make room for the brand’s new facility, which opened on September 12, at 925 N. La Brea Ave.
While clients can expect the same commitment to relaxation and restoration they’ve come to associate with Burke Williams, there are some exciting differences between the new location and its predecessor, including more space and a greater variety of advanced body treatments. Customers will also appreciate the abundant complimentary parking which ensures actually getting to the day spa is as stress-free as possible.
The new facility is 3,000 square feet larger than the old West Hollywood location. The additional space allows them to make a wider range of innovative treatments and spa concepts available to its clients such as the Nail Care Salon featuring steam pedicure services, Custom Blend Alchemy Bar which includes an aromatherapy consultation, and the Conservatory Lounge, a waiting area that is a mini-spa experience all its own.
Many of these new concepts in luxury spa treatments were first unveiled in 2015 at Burke Williams’ spa at The Village at Westfield Topanga.
Earlier this year, Burke William’s debuted two new services; Simply Massage and Ayurvedic Body Treatments, both of which are available at the West Hollywood location. (Simply Massage flagship location is in Marina Del Rey on Washington Blvd).
Simply Massage is a Swedish massage experience that can be customized to meet the unique needs of the client, whether they are looking for relaxation or relief from physical discomfort. Burke Williams ‘Simply Massage’ provide simply…massages!
Grounded in Ayurvedic medicine, a holistic approach to healing developed in ancient India, Ayurvedic Body Treatments employs a combination of aromatherapy, massage, and other concepts to restore balance and harmony between mind, body, and spirit.
Another welcome change is the online availability of Burke William’s new line of revolutionary skincare products, H2V, which makes ordering a breeze.
Bill Armour, the founder of Burke Williams, says the expansion advances the company’s goal of providing the Los Angeles community with a European style spa experience.
For over 30 years, the brand has been serving clients throughout Northern and Southern California including Mission Viejo, Orange, Pasadena, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Monica, Sherman Oaks, Torrance and Woodland Hills, with an array of luxury spa treatments such as massage therapy, body wraps, facials, skin care, manicures, pedicures, and spa baths.
To make a reservation at Burke Williams new West Hollywood location or to find out more about spas’ services and H2V skin care products visit BurkeWilliamsSpa.com