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If you would rather not venture down to The Peninsula Beverly Hills Spa for your treatment, you’re in luck — you can get many of the treatments at this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star spa in your guest room. Most massages are easy to have performed in your room, as they don’t require making too much of a mess — however, if you’re getting a wrap or a scrub, you may want to visit the spa for those. Just note that if you do choose to have a treatment in your room, you’ll be charged a 20 percent surcharge.
And while it’s nice to stay in your guestroom and relax with a treatment there, The Peninsula Beverly Hills Spa itself is incredibly soothing and offers a tranquil relaxation room where you can nibble on treats and chill out with a magazine. Or you may choose to take it easy in the locker room’s eucalyptus-infused steam room, where you can sweat out any toxins in your body. In any case, no matter what location you choose to have your treatments, you certainly won’t be disappointed.
Most spa treatments at The Peninsula Spa are available in a guest’s hotel room at any time, even outside of regular Spa business hours.