The Surrey Hotel
As if spending around $65 a day to drink a series of fruit-and-veggie-based juices wasn’t exclusive enough, the cleanse craze is becoming an even more highbrow experience now that high-end urban hotels and spas are teaming up with cleanse companies to offer their own packages. And if you’re lounging on high-thread count sheets in a luxe hotel while gearing up for your next spa treatment, maybe you won’t notice that you haven’t actually chewed anything for days. (Photo courtesy of iStock/darrenwise)
This Upper East Side hotel has partnered with Gwyneth Paltrow-endorsed Organic Avenue on a three-day juice program where guests can choose from three different cleanses:
— LOVE Easy, an easier introduction to cleansing that combines juices with dishes like chia seed tapioca and sunflower falafel
— LOVE Fast, a juice-based cleanse that includes a creamy dandelion salad at the end of the day
— LOVE Deep, a more hardcore, juice-only cleanse with daily selections like the Chlorophyll Elixir.
In addition to the juices, participants can choose two 60-minute detoxifying treatments, like a facial, massage, or scrub, as well as one private yoga or Pilates class. Cost: $574 per night for a minimum of three nights.
As part of the hotel’s intense “Ultimate 24 Hour Detox Spa Package,” guests start out with a toxin-ridding three-hour Himalayan Salt, Sea, and Chakra Therapy treatment, which includes a massage with heated salt crystals. After a spa bento box dinner, participants start the next day with BluePrintCleanse’s Renovation Cleanse, a one-day, six-juice program that they describe as being perfect for the “absolute beginner.” Cost: $1,725 per night for one night, single occupancy.
The spa at this Kimpton hotel offers both a seven-day herbal cleanse as well as one, three, five, and six-or-more-day BluePrintCleanse programs. If you choose the three-day Mind Body Cleanse, you get three days of juices, three Mind Body Classes (grueling workout class) and a choice of a 60-minute massage, facial, or a 30-minute acu-organ detox, which is an abdominal massage. Cost: $300, hotel stay not included. (Photo courtesy of Flickr/Muy Yum)