• Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa
  • Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa
  • Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa
  • Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa

About Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa

When guests escape through the Red Door they are immediately immersed in the luxury that is synonymous with Elizabeth Arden. Guests may select signature spa and salon services from an all-encompassing menu of services and treatments, which includes skin care, massage, and body treatments as well as nail care, hair design, and makeup artistry. Red Door Spa is committed to enhancing the lives of its guests through beauty, harmony, and well-being.

Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa

Address & Info
Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa
7917 Jericho Turnpike, Woodbury Village
Woodbury, NY 11797
United States
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+1(516)364-6780

http://www.reddoors...
 
Accepts Spafinder Gift Cards
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Contact Us

+1(516)364-6780

http://www.reddoors...
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Menu of Services

BODY SCRUBS
Sugar Scrub
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BODY WRAPS
Algae/Seaweed
Mud
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FACIALS
Acne/Deep Cleansing
Back Facial
Sensitive/Calming
Signature
Teen
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FACILITIES & AMENITIES
Robes Provided
Slippers Provided
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HAIR/NAIL SERVICES
Hair Styling and Care
Makeup Instruction/Application
Manicures
Pedicures
Waxing
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MASSAGES
Back Massage
Couples
Deep Tissue
Prenatal/Postnatal
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Customer Reviews for Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa (6)

LaurenU
May 27, 2013
Eyelash Extensions With Donna
I have been going to Donna for three years at The Red Door. She is always so pleasant and professional. I would highly recommend her to anyone interested in eyelash extensions. I have seen so many people's extensions and Donna's work is by far the best.
ericas
May 1, 2012
Professional, good
Long island lacks in quality spas, I've been searching and trying out places for the past decade looking for a really nice, relaxing spa with an excellent staff instead of some tiny, backroom mom & pop place. This Red Door location is small, but it's probably the best nassau county spa around. I have yet to have a bad service here and they have a small, but nice relaxation area, tucked away from the rest of the salon. I do wish they offered more of a selection of services, but beggers can't be choosers!
JENNIFERP
July 14, 2011
Amazing Experience
This is the best spa. They have amazing massages and do a wonderful job on mani/pedis. Also best bikini wax ever!
September 29, 2010
Not a happy customer...
It's was surprising that the pictures posted were not of this spa. While recieving a massage the sheets were pilied on so that they would strip the first layer then be ready for the next person. The lockers didn't work and the cups had a lipstick mark. Totally disgusted and wouldn't want anyone to visit. Will definetly go to Spa 190 in Mineola from now on for my massages and facials!!!
Frank D
December 23, 2009
QUICK FIX... Not Necessarily a Bad Thing
I had a headache and the therapist gave ne a very good chair massage. Within minutes of the therapist concentrating on my back, neck, shoulders, and head, my headache was gone. The therapist used aroma therapy as well. She was very compassionate and tried to fulfill my needa to the best of her ability. I didn't rate the atomophere, because the therapist was promoting the spa at my gym and she gave me the chair massage there.
DrLML
April 29, 2009
Third time wasn't a charm!
This was the third year that I visited this red door spa during spa week. The treatments are always good and the experience has been worth repeating but this year was a little different. Although the staff was not very welcoming when I came in, I thought to just ignore that. Then while I was having my treatment I was told that it was part of one of the signature treatments which is usually $115. During spa week this treatment, which is PART of the typical treatment, is $50. I didn't expect the whole treatment with respect to time or extensiveness. However, when I left I handed the front desk administrator my $50 and a $10 bill for the therapist's tip. She looked at the tip, handed (almost threw) it back at me and said "it is strongly recommended that your tip be based on the original price of $115". I was truly offended because this treatment was shorter and less intense than the "original" - as the therapist admitted herself. So, if I go out for dinner and have a portion of a dinner, called an appetizer, should I tip on the dinner price? Maybe a poor analogy but if you hold yourself out as being a spa week participating facility you should welcome people and appreciate their patronage each after year. I don't like feeling as though I am taking advantage or being unfair. I am typically a 20%+ tipper and would think that the manager at this spa might want to re-acquaint the staff with the concept of professionalism. Otherwise, the massage was great!
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