Arizona Resorts Launch Wellness Rooms and Retreats

Spring is all about growth, right? Don’t let the flowers do all of the blooming this season as these Arizona resorts have launched wellness-focused rooms, retreats and packages for a feel-good spring escape.

Sleep Retreat at Castle Hot Springs

Castle Hot Springs (pictured at top of page) invites guests to its first-ever immersive Sleep Retreat. From March 24 to March 28, guests will be guided through discussions, strategies, meditations and centering activities, led by sleep expert Dr. Rebecca Robbins, with a goal of achieving a better night’s sleep. Guests of the four-day retreat can expect a farm tour, circadian-boosting yoga, hikes and walks, private wellness sessions, plenty of free time to soak in the mineral-rich hot springs and much more. The Sleep Retreat starts at $900 per person, plus cost of stay.

The Jenesis House Spa Packages

The Jenesis House, which will be Arizona’s first female, Black-owned, adult-only resort in Prescott, has announced Scottsdale-based Cecilia Berkley Holistic Spa as its resident spa partner. Founder Jenesis Laforcarde and Cecilia Berkley Holistic Spa are offering new spa packages to support The Jenesis House, now available to book online at Options include Cheque In ($495); Cheque Out ($1,200); and Cheque Ya Self ($2,500), with which you’ll receive the royal treatment with a full-day spa experience, packed gift bag and more.

 Rest & Restore Package with Cove device

Rest & Restore Package at Sheraton Phoenix Downtown

Sheraton Phoenix Downtown and Feelmore Labs have partnered to launch a new Rest & Restore Package just in time for National Sleep Month, which is celebrated in March. This first-of-its-kind partnership gives hotel guests access to Cove devices, which are wearable devices that support healthy sleep and reduce stress, to use throughout their stay. The package also includes a calming chamomile-lavender tea and biscotti welcome amenity, breakfast for two at & More by Sheraton and a late check-out to maximize zzz’s time. The package starts at at $229 per night.

Wellness-Infused Guestrooms at Canopy by Hilton Scottsdale Old Town

Canopy by Hilton Scottsdale Old Town has welcomed wellness-infused guestrooms, geared toward the fitness-minded traveler. Each of these wellness-focused guestrooms come equipped with a Peloton bike (which can be enjoyed even without a Peloton account), a Theragun Elite Massage Gun and Therabody Wave Roller, along with a yoga mat for a relaxing cool down. The Wellness Guestrooms are available for a $49 fee over the standard room pricing.

Bubbles & No Sleep Troubles Package at Hotel Valley Ho

Bubbles & No Sleep Troubles at Hotel Valley Ho

Via the Bubbles & No Sleep Troubles package at Hotel Valley Ho in Scottsdale, guests have all they need to get the perfect night’s snooze. Treat yourself to a luxurious soak enhanced with LUSH’s Sleepy Bubble Bar, and unwind with “Sleep Meditations,” a book with easy-to-follow relaxation techniques designed to promote sleep (like meditation and breathing exercises). Pop on a Sleep, Plz. wellness patch from Fleur Marché (four included) and use Candier’s “Babygirl, Go To Sleep” essential oil (ylang ylang and lavender) roller on your pulse points before closing your eyes under the velvet-lined flamingo eye mask. The package is $155 plus tax, available now through the end of 2022.

Moon & Stars Sleep Package at Mountain Shadows

With Mountain Shadows’ Moon & Stars Sleep Package, start your evening routine by making a cup of Golden Moon Milk, which is inspired by Ayurvedic wellness and known to combat inflammation and aid in relaxation. Kick-start your wellness journey with a 90-day sleep journal, which designed to help you snooze better and live a more present life. Finally, add a dash of Star Dust Pillow Mist to your pillow, face and hair to find calmness before donning your Brooklinen constellation eye mask. The package is $155 plus tax, available now through the end of 2022.

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