The Salon by Debbie Corporation, owners of Spa in The Valley in Hunt Valley and Spa on The Avenue in White Marsh, announced it will open a third spa at the Boulevard at Box Hill, 3491 Merchant Blvd. in Abingdon.
Spa on The Boulevard is expected to be the ultimate destination for wellness, beauty and luxurious relaxation and will be the third in a collection of award-winning spas recognized as regional and national leaders in the spa and salon industry.
Each Salon by Debbie spa has been recognized for indulgent health and beauty services, soothing interiors and well-educated staff. Spa on The Boulevard will continue this trend, according to the corporation, offering traditional and non-traditional treatments, services, products and gifts including couples treatment rooms, a yoga studio, a men's barber shop, a steam room and sauna, among others.
"We are so excited to bring Spa on The Boulevard to Harford County, "said Debbie Nazelrod, founder of The Salon by Debbie Corporation. "The community surrounding Box Hill is growing and that makes it an ideal location for a spa that will offer something new and unique - an indulgent, tranquil and unparalleled spa experience that detoxifies, relaxes and rejuvenates clients. All of our spas employ industry leaders and Spa on The Boulevard will be no different. I have no doubt clients will leave pampered and refreshed, and come back wanting more."
Among the services offered at Spa on The Boulevard are the ultimate facial experience; a private pedicure service; a men's barber shop with hot towel service; couples suites; and yoga. spa on The Boulevard will also offer product lines exclusive to Harford County, including Eminence, Dermalogica, Bumble and bumble, Aveda and Moroccan Oil.
Designed to resemble a chateau in the southern French town of Eze, Spa on The Boulevard includes 10,500 square feet of space that features common areas, individual treatment rooms, a steam room, a sauna, a garden room large enough for a party of 40 and a separate women's and men's locker room. Spa on The Boulevard was built by MacKenzie Contracting and designed by Ferro Group Design.