The Lodge at Woodloch, Hawley, Pa.
An easy drive from New York City and Philadelphia, The Lodge at Woodloch is a "luxury destination spa" on 75 acres of woodland and gardens in the state's lake region. Its mantra is "awakening," the experience, geared toward stress reduction and self-discovery. Guests who choose the all-inclusive Winter Wonderland Retreat get 25 percent off usual package rates by staying four or more nights; they get 20 percent off by staying three-nights, and 15 percent off by staying two nights. The offer comes with three healthful gourmet meals daily—roasted lobster with basil risotto, for example—plus a $120 daily allowance to spend on, say, a Lemongrass and Rosemary Facial. You have access to all spa facilities; group fitness classes, from Tai Chi to kickboxing; lectures and cooking demonstrations; and all group excursions, like guided hikes and seasonal snowshoeing.
The Deal: Through March, the four-night Winter Wonderland Retreat starts at $393 per night, double occupancy (about a $132 savings per night off usual package rates); the three-night starts at $424 per night (about a $105 savings per night); and the two-nights start at $447 per night (about a $79 savings per night). A daily spa services allowance of $120 is included. Stay midweek for at least three nights, and get an additional $120 spa allowance.
Canyon Ranch in Lenox, Mass.
At the Berkshires location of Canyon Ranch, the emphasis is squarely on kick-starting a healthy lifestyle. Besides an abundance of fitness, nutrition, and outdoor excursion offerings, you have access to more than 60 wellness professionals, from physicians to acupuncturists to naturopathic doctors. (Pampering, of course, is possible, too.) "Mindful dining" teaches nutritional content and portion control, and the pleasures of eating well. Traditionally, Lenox has required a three-night minimum stay, but that's been relaxed to two for now. An exception: the Two New, Too Terrific package, for two guests who have never stayed here before. Double up in a room, and you each save 15 percent. You also each receive a $390 service allowance to put toward spa, sports, and integrative wellness services. That might mean a Muscle Melt massage ($160 for 100 minutes), a private yoga lesson ($120 for 50 minutes), or a Sleep Enhancement/Insomnia consultation with a licensed therapist ($150 for 50 minutes). Canyon Ranch caters to men as well, with ample ways to break a sweat and relax.
The Deal: Through June, The Two New, Too Terrific package starts at $1,632, total, double occupancy, for a three-night minimum.
The Cliff House Resort and Spa, Ogunquit, Maine
At the Cliff House Resort and Spa, which reopens April 10 for the season, rooms overlook the ocean, and the spa features local treats like a body wrap that uses organic Maine blueberries ($110 for 50 minutes) and a massage using warm seashells ($100 for 50 minutes). There are two ways to save. With the Spa Splurge deal, you get two nights' lodging, one dinner (most opt for the obvious—lobster) a full breakfast daily, and a $100 spa credit per person. Or if you're seeking only a taste of the spa experience, consider just taking a room and signing up for the Spa Special Sampler, available Sundays and Thursdays by appointment, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. You get three 15-minute minitreatments—a head, neck, and shoulder massage, a hand treatment, and a lower leg hot-towel massage—followed by a glass of wine and hors d'oeuvres. Guys won't be neglected here: The spa boasts a "Mainely Men" treatment menu, including a gentleman's facial ($120 for 50 minutes), a gentleman's manicure ($45 for 50 minutes), a gentleman's pedicure ($65, 50 minutes), and several types of massage.