Luxury and Nightlife Come Together at The Grand Wailea

January 30, 2011, 7:44 PM HST · Updated February 3, 6:10 AM
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By Katie McMillan

If you’re a woman tired of the standard Friday night bar scene, or just tired from a long day of work, The Grand Wailea has just the treat for you.  On the last Fridays of every month, from 8-10pm, The Grand Wailea’s famed Spa Grande, will host a “Spalicious Party” featuring loads of chocolate, fashion, and luxurious spa pampering.

On Friday January 28th, The Grand Wailea kicked off the launch of "Spalicious" featuring a stylish resort wear fashion show

“Spalicious” offers participants the opportunity to spend a two hours in the Termé Wailea Hydrotherapy baths, treat themselves to luxurious body scrubs and mud masks, catch a fashion show, and nibble on chocolate delights and fondue.  Early birds can also take advantage of an array of specialty cocktails and pupus in the Botero Gallery Bar.

“We thought this would be a great experience for women to treat themselves, catch up with friends, and take time for some much needed indulgence,” states Spa Grande Director, Alli Waters.

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If you’re looking for something special to do with your daughter, “Spalicious” is open to women and girls ages six and up. The price for adults is $60. Girls under the age of eighteen are $30.

The next “Spalicious” event will take place on February 24th. For more information and tickets contact The Grand Wailea Spa Grande at 808-875-1234.

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