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High-End Private Day Spa DESUAR Spa is Expanding to Monterey, CA

Most people who have visited DESUAR Spa come out with one impression: a high-end private day spa that has a philosophical foundation for the quest for a balanced lifestyle. Balancing the mind and body produces a renewed state of mental and physical health, beauty, and self-esteem, is what DESUAR Spa is all about.

This summer DESUAR Spa will embark on an exciting partnership with Casa Munras Garden Hotel & Spa in Monterey, that will include a location in the hotel that will open to the public soon. The partnership will include guest referrals from its sister hotels within the 1-5 mile radius, including Spindrift Inn, Monterey Bay Inn, Wave Street Inn and Victorian Inn. The new location is 2700 Sq Ft, featuring four treatment rooms, including lockers, showers, changing rooms, a relaxation area, an outdoor hot tub, and a retail shop for spa visitors. Since its inception, DESUAR Spa has become the leading beauty spa center in Los Angeles, offering customers everything from Hydra-facials, massage and body treatments to CBD treatments.

DESUAR Spa is a business with impeccable service. Their treatments have received attention from national publications like Forbes, The Zoe Report, and Los Angeles Times. DESUAR Spa strives to provide the highest quality therapeutic skin and body treatments while promoting natural healing. “Where communicating with your body means listening with our hands” is their motto as they treat every client they have had.

The founder of DESUAR Spa is Deisy Suarez, who also founded DESUAR Cosmetics in 2004. Deisy has expertise in spa management and self-care and has over 15 years of experience in the industry in Los Angeles and New York. She has wanted to be a part of the beauty industry since she was a little girl growing up in the Dominican Republic. She worked towards that goal as she grew up in New York City, attending the Fashion Institute of Technology, and LIBS beauty school, eventually obtaining a BA in Marketing and PR from UTESA. She continued her education to obtain licenses in Massage Therapy in 2010 and Esthetics in 2011. In 2016, she successfully graduated from UC Irvine’s continuing education division with a Spa and Hospitality Management certificate. 

Since opening the current Desuar Spa location in 2018, Deisy has skillfully built and marketed the business to become one of the best and highest-rated spas in the Los Angeles area. DESUAR Spa adjusted and pivoted the business during COVID by finding and opening an outdoor location in the Los Feliz area to continue offering services in a legal, COVID-friendly environment while most spas were entirely shuttered. Although the Los Feliz location closed during the pandemic, it did not stop Deisy from expanding her business. Deisy’s motivation to give the highest level of spa service is motivated by her love and passion for wellness.

About Casa Munras Garden Hotel & Spa :

The historic Casa Munras Garden Hotel & Spa is located in the heart of picturesque Old Town Monterey, close to area attractions including Cannery Row and the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Charming gardens, hacienda-style buildings, and gracious guestrooms pay homage to California’s Spanish heritage. Casa Munras is home to award-winning Estéban Restaurant, where Executive Chef Mario Garcia’s California-inspired Spanish cuisine is prepared with the finest and freshest local ingredients. Indoor and outdoor patio seating are available.

Guests appreciate modern comforts and signature amenities, including parking on-site, electric vehicle charging stations, complimentary wifi, a fitness room, an outdoor heated pool, and pet-friendly accommodations. Spa treatments are available at DESUAR, a day spa located adjacent to the hotel.

Casa Munras Garden Hotel & Spa is located at 700 Munras Avenue, Monterey, CA 93940. For reservations, call: (800) 222-2446

To schedule a spa treatment at DESUAR Spa, call: (800) 222-2446

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