Why visit the Four Seasons Seattle: For starters if you make it to incredible Seattle and are looking for a luxuirous hotel with a fabulous destination the Four Seasons is just that. It’s literally a two minute walk from Pike Place Market, with incredible water front views and a gorgeous modern building you will fall in love with. I visited recently to check out The Four Seasons Hotel Seattle Spa and dine at their incredible restaurant Goldfinch and am already planning a return trip. The experience was that incredible and I haven’t even stayed at the hotel yet!
The infinity pool with the most spectacular views of the Puget Sound
I was beyond excited to be experiencing the Purifying Facial which deeply exfoliates the skin by removing impurities and restoring balance by using purifying ingredients and plant extracts to target congestion and build-up in pores.
The ladies lounge with steam room and sauna
The relaxation room, always one of my favorite pre or post treatment areas to relax and unwind
What products are used at The Four Seasons Seattle Spa: They use the Eminence Organics line, which I learned are natural, organic, biodynamic products. They smelled incredible which I commented on to my aesthetician who said they’re well-known for their incredible scents and result driven products. I liked how they made my skin feel and love the fact that their organic, natural and biodynamic.
The Eminence products used during the treatment including a Stone Crop Gel Cleanser, followed by an Almond Mineral Treatment, a Bamboo Age Corrective Mask, then Citrus + Kale Facial Recovery Oil.
As if the fifty minute facial wasn’t enough the treatment concludes with a chocolate treat. I know this is a small touch however, in all of my various spa visits I have never experienced this small delicious touch. I really love it and am officially sold on Four Seasons Hotel Spas!
Thanks so much Four Seasons Seattle Spa for partnering with me on this post and hosting me to your Hotel. I adored my visit and can’t wait to return soon! All opinions and love for the hotel shared in this post are my own