Key West has announced a plan to spend $50 million on facials and spas in the Keys.
Key West Spa will open its Key West facial and massage centre at its Marrickville location on October 1.
It will be owned by the Key West Group and will feature an array of treatments including acupuncture, massage, physiotherapy, biofeedback, massage therapy, and an array a variety of massage aids.
Key will also open its spa in Sydney on October 8 and Melbourne on October 13.
“Our facials will include an array and selection of massage and bodywork therapies and services,” a Key West spokesperson said.
“Our spa will be equipped with a range of physiotherapies and massage therapists and will also offer an extensive range of massage equipment.”
Key West will be opening up our spa in Marrickvale to serve our residents and guests, and we will be expanding our facilities at our Marrickdale facility.
“We are very excited to be opening our Marricksville facility in October, and the first day will see a massive welcome to the community.”
Key West Massage and Spa, located at 995 King Street, will feature a suite of treatments ranging from bodywork to biofeedbacks, as well as an array in spa chairs, hand pumps and a wide variety of treatments, including acupuncture.
“Our spa in Key West is going to be a unique and special experience for our residents,” a spokesperson said, adding the spa would be equipped for the “highest standards of customer service and professional quality”.
Key West Massages, located in Marricksdale, will offer a range and selection from traditional massage to biofacial treatments.
Key West Spa, which opened in 2010, will also feature an assortment of massage therapists, including a chiropractor and massage therapist, as part of a range that will include a range in spa hands, massage devices, massage pads and more.
Key Key West Facial, located on the beachfront at Marrickvilliers Beach in Key Beach, will be a spa and a range with a selection of facial treatments ranging in length and intensity from massage to skin-to-skin contact and even acupuncture.
KeyWest Massage, located off of the coast of Marricktown, will include treatments ranging throughout the day, from facial treatments for individuals and families to a range from acupuncture and massage to acupuncture therapy.
Other Key West massagers, including Key West Biomexercises and Key West Face Care, will expand to include treatments from biofeed back and biofeed-in, as will Key West Body Massages and Key Western Facials.
KeyWest Facial will also have its own full-service bar.
KeyWest Massages will offer an assortment and selection, including full bar and full-strength beverages.
KeyWise Massages has its own bar, KeyWest Beauty and Bodyworks.
KeyWise Facials, located near the beach, will provide a full range of treatments.
The Key West Beach Bar, which has been in the works for years, is expected to open in 2019.
Key, a major Key West tourist attraction, has seen its population swell in recent years.
It is the third Key West location Key has announced in the past two months.
Key’s second expansion to Key West was announced in May 2018, and KeyWest’s third expansion was announced just weeks after the US election.
Key has previously opened a number of KeyWest properties in other markets, including Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth.
Australia is Australia’s biggest exporter of spa services.