New day spa now open at Avalon in North Fulton

The Woodhouse Day Spa is set to open its second location in Georgia at Alpharetta's Avalon on March 12.
The Woodhouse Day Spa is set to open its second location in Georgia at Alpharetta's Avalon on March 12.

At Avalon, you can shop, eat, drink, stay in a hotel, get your hair cut and go see a movie.

And now, folks traveling to the mixed-use development in Alpharetta will be able to book a session with a new day spa.

The Woodhouse Day Spa opened its doors to the public in north Fulton County on March 12. It’s a full-service spa offering a variety of services, including skin care treatments, massages, full body treatments, nail services and waxing.

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“We are committed to incorporating health and wellness into the Avalon experience as a core value, making this the perfect place for The Woodhouse Day Spa to provide our guests with a uniquely refreshing destination,” Carla Cox, Avalon’s director of marketing, said in a statement.

A release about the spa’s opening says it “takes a holistic approach by combining natural and certified organic ingredients with breakthrough advanced skin care.”

Woodhouse Day Spa is partnering with the new Hotel at Avalon for special spa packages and spa weekends to hotel guests. The spa will also offer chair massages and similar services for conference attendees at the hotel’s connecting conference center.

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This is the second Woodhouse Day Spa location in Georgia, with the other one nestled inside Perimeter Mall in Dunwoody. The chain opened its first location in 2001 and has more than 50 locations across the country.

Hours for the new spa at Avalon are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, and noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday.

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