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Williamsburg’s InnerSpree Day Spa, open since July, has a Serenity Room with a warming skylight and soothing waterfall, which you can reserve for a private party. At $185 per person, customers enjoy individual 45-minute facials, one-hour massages, spa manicures (or basic manicure with basic pedicure), catered food and theme-related goody bags.

On Feb. 22, a group of young women hosted a private farewell to "Sex and the City" party at InnerSpree. Goody bags for the party included knitted flower brooches in honor of Carrie and handmade "Sex and the City" T-shirts. InnerSpree can customize a variety of services and theme-related parties for both men and women.

InnerSpree’s menu of services includes a variety of treatments to remove stress or tension in the body including facials, massages and body treatments such as the sugar, salt and mango scrub that exfoliates and hydrates the skin.

There are four treatment rooms at the spa as well as a manicure room, pedicure room, sauna and separate hair salon.

"My clientele base is very diverse, so we offer a diverse array of services," says owner Sophia Hightower, pictured.

InnerSpree Day Spa is located at 203 Grand St., between Bedford and Driggs avenues. InnerSpree is open Sundays for private parties only and Tuesdays through Saturdays. For more information, call (718) 599-2377 or visit the Web site at www.innerspree.com.

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