Soak Your Entire Body in goop Products With This Hotel’s Luxe Butler-Drawn Bath Service
Jet-setters: We’ve got another reason for you to make your way to NYC this spring. Gwenyth Paltrow’s cult-favorite beauty line, goop, just announced a partnership with a luxury Big Apple-based hotel. Come March 1, guests at the Park Hyatt New York will be able to enjoy a brand new, exclusive Bath Butler Service featuring goop’s newly launched line of bath soaks. For a $100 fee, the experience includes your choice of three specialized soaks, a custom beverage pairing, and (of course) a butler-drawn bath. Consider it a small price to pay for some seriously upscale R&R.
goop CEO Paltrow and her Soho-based acupuncturist, Paul Kempisty, teamed up to create a line of bath soaks — a blend of salts, botanicals, and essential oils — specifically designed to calm both the body and mind. Considering that the Park Hyatt New York is located in the hustle and bustle of the city, providing their salts as an a la cart service couldn’t be more perfect.
The Park Hyatt New York selected three detoxifying soaks to feature for their service. “The Martini,” with Himalayan pink salt and chia-seed oil, is an emotional detox blend that’s paired with (you guessed it) a martini nightcap. There’s an aid for restlessness, G.Nite, which uses lavender and Australian sandalwood to soothe the senses and is paired with coconut green tea. And finally, there’s the G.Tox, a cleansing remedy that mixes trendy ingredients like activated charcoal and Matcha green tea, and it’s paired with a chamomile lavender tea. Whichever option you choose, we can’t think of any better way to wind down after a long day of meetings or an indulgent NYC dinner.
To get your taste of goop luxury, head on over to the hotel’s website to secure your reservation after March 1.
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