The Wall Streeter’s Escape: The Setai Club & Spa

The Setai Club & Spa, which opened in New York’s Financial District earlier this year, caters to busy Wall Street executives with personalized services like the Power Hour, a 45-minute circuit-training session offered weekdays during lunchtime. The sessions are custom designed according to each member’s goal, whether to burn fat, build endurance, or manage stress. Additionally, the Spa’s Power-Ready Gentleman’s Facial provides a more masculine ambience using products just for men: The 60-minute treatment includes cleansing, grooming, and massage using items from Hommage and the June Jacobs Spa Collection. All spa treatment rooms feature heated massage tables, Frette linens, and raw- silk bed throws. The spa’s thermal suite is a therapeutic Aqua Grotto featuring a marble hydro Jacuzzi, eucalyptus aromatherapy steam room, and Finnish sauna. Membership to the club is available at three levels, Premium ($5,000 annually), Wellness ($2,500 annually), or at a daily cost of $100.  (212.792.6193, www.setaiclubnewyork.com)

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