By Deb Flomberg
As hard as you work, it is important to find the time to treat yourself to some real pampering. Sure, a nice dinner out will help, or a trip to the movies or even a pedicure, but if you are ready for some real luxury, then it is time to visit La Costa Resort and Spa in Carlsbad, California. As one of the most opulent and beautiful resort spas in Southern California, you’ll forget all about your many stresses and worries back home, as you let them all melt away.
A visit to La Costa Resort and Spa is designed to treat your mind, body and spirit. You’ll find a lot of different things to do, keeping you busy or just finding new ways to relax. You can find many spots to just relax in the sun, curl up in a hammock or lay on the beach. Or you can get a tee time at one of their internationally renowned golf courses, one of which was even home to the 2012 LPGA Kia Classic. You can take a tennis lesson or go for a swim or get your fitness on at the impressive state-of-the-art athletic club.
Do not miss the full service spa while you are there. Make your reservations for some treatment time at the Spa at La Costa, recently named the number one wellness spa in the nation by Spa Magazine. From deep tissue massages to bamboo massages, custom aromatherapy, reflexology, shiatsu and more, you’ll find myriad ways to relax in this spa. For the utmost in luxury, try the Ultimate Retreat Spa and Salon Package. You’ll get a 50 minute custom massage, a 50 minute clarifying botanical facial, a 50 minute slow beauty pedicure, spa cafe lunch and a 60 minute shampoo and blow out. It’s four full hours of pampering and luxury that you do not want to miss.
Of course, when it comes to luxury, there is really only one car that you should take on your drive to La Costa Resort and Spa – the 2013 CL600 Coupe from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. You’ll have a truly relaxing ride, as you enjoy the luxurious interior and delight in the elegance of the Mercedes-Benz as you cruise down the highway preparing for your weekend of bliss.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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