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Julien Farel’s Flagship Salon & Spa Relocates to the Loews Regency Hotel

Thursday, March 27, 2014

On the heels of Loews Regency Hotel’s fantastic new facelift comes the highly anticipated unveiling of its spectacular new beauty and fitness center . . . which also happens to be Julien Farel‘s luxe new flagship dedicated to anti-aging — the Restore Salon & Spa.


An ultra-modern, state-of-the-art salon designed by Meyer Davis, the 10,000 square foot space will boast an impressive bevy of hallmark elements designed to optimize client relaxation.


Blocks away from its previous location along Madison Avenue, the new salon will have floor-to-ceiling windows, exquisite and contemporary furnishings, plush private suites for VIP guests, 32 custom-designed hair stations, and a comfy lounge for waiting clientele. The spa will feature three single massage rooms and one duet massage room, as well as two facial rooms, a nail suite, and a post-treatment relaxation lounge with a marvelous double-sided glass fireplace.


To meet the demands of busy early birds, the Salon & Spa will open promptly at 7 am and offer treatments like the ‘Power Hour,’ which includes a blowout, manicure, and pedicure all within an hour.


Julien Farel will also launch JF Men, which will cater to every man’s grooming needs, from straight shaves, to signature hair treatments. It will conveniently be located on the ground floor, close to the Hotel’s legendary Power Breakfast — perfect for any man always on the go.


The Julien Farel Restore Salon & Spa is by appointment only. Stay tuned for an official opening date!



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