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check your 'hurries' at the door
Located in the W New York, our flagship spa (voted 'Best Hotel Spa' by the editors of Allure) features two floors of beauty-boosting and tension-taming facilities, and is also home to the only Bliss Gym (hey, why not admire that new pedicure while in downward-facing dog?).
score a perfect 10 (or 20)
Our QuickBliss movie-while-you-manicure nail stations are the sensible stop for that between-meetings mani or pedi--and they're conveniently situated in our street level in-spa store, so you can browse and chow on brownies during any downtime.
lock and 'loll'
Step into our high-tech locker rooms and slip into one of our luxe lounging robes (it's waiting in your digital locker). Get groovy in our grass-tiled steam shower, or sauna. Binge on Bliss suds, shampoos and smears. Locker rooms are also outfitted with blow dryers, deodorant, styling stuff, and--depending on your chromosome makeup--fashion and beauty mags or heated shaving cream and sports magazines.
See why guests go ga-ga over our grass-tiled aromatherapy steam showers. Take your pick from invigorating eucalyptus or always-calming unscented.
bring on the brownies
Feel free to revel in our relaxation station™ pre and post treatment. Here, you'll find our legendary brownie buffet, as well as lemon water, fresh fruit and cheese, olives, cucumbers, gads of great reads, and a comfy couch to chat or chill.
Take a turn in one of our treatment rooms to see why our fab facialists, depilation divas, bona fide body techs and massage therapists--and trademark treatments--keep winning awards (and clients).
you've got nail
Tucked away within a teensy traipse of our treatment rooms, our intimate nail lounge is strictly state-of-the-art (or is that arch?), with super-sanitary sink liners and personal flat-screen TV, DVD player and headset--so you can rock your favorite shows while we rock your toes.
bag some domestic bliss
Hey, who doesn't love a doggie bag? Shop our in-spa store to keep the Bliss going long after you leave. Or spread the 'rub' buy buying someone else a gift or gift certificate.