The Grapeseed Spa

I spent a romantic weekend at the South Coast Winery and resort in Temecula and discovered the "Grapeseed Spa." Nestled in the vineyards that include private romatic villas is this most wonderful and enchanting spa. It's opened 

seven days a week and has a feeling of tranquility to it that makes you feel like you are on a mini vacation in some exotic locale. It's quaint and small enough to feel intimate and equiped with a steam, sauna and jacuzzi for both men and women.

The Grapeseed Spa has exclusive packages that include skin care, massage, body rituals and a fittness center. The breathtaking views from the veranda and complimentary champagne or wine is a nice added touch to help make you feel like you could have possibly died and are now in heaven after one of their treatments.

I had a chocolate flavored massage and smelled so yummy that champagne and truffles afterwards made me feel like I was a dessert ready to be devoured. You can customize your massage and combine a warm stone or a combine aromatherapy, swedish or deep tissue. You may also choose a 25 minute, 50 minute or 80 minute massage.


This is a great place to getaway for the weekend or celebrate a holiday like Valentine's Day, an anniversary or special occasion. I personally love spas and highly recommend this one. There are also spa packages that combine facials, massage, lunch. You can even choose to spend your day in one of the private Tuscan cabana and lounge by the pool with a bottle of sparkling wine to cool down your senses in between treatments.


The Grapeseed Spa is ideal for wedding packages as it's resort offers everything needed for the perfect relaxing day for a bride and her bridal party. So the next time you want to truly have a romantic getaway or just feel like relaxing at a terrific spa. Try the South Coast Winery's Grapeseed Spa located in Temecula!

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