A couple more Father’s Day ideas

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Flatterbox lets you enlist people to send Dad love notes and then it boxes them all up and delivers them in a box.

Give Dad a spa gift, membership

Treat dad with a massage for Father's Day at Away Spa. Photo by Dillon Magnuson

Treat dad with a massage for Father’s Day at Away Spa.
Photo by Dillon Magnuson

Hiatus Spa + Retreat is offering these Father’s Day packages throughout June:

The Best Dad Ever! Give Dad a 80-minute stress-fix massage with reflexology and then the Well-Groomed Men’s Facial. $249.

Dad’s Essentials. Give him two signature services, including massage, facial, mani-pedi retreat, revitalizing body wrap, acupuncture and body glow. $179.

The Third Annual Frost Mug Men’s Retreat. Get a full body scrub of organic hops, barley and malt with a splash of dark milk stout followed by a chilled stone massage and the Vichy shower. Then he enjoys a frosty mug of cold, local IPA. $195.

Find Hiatus at 1611 W. Fifth St. No. 155. hiatusspa.com

Mecca Gym & Spa is offering a “Dad’s Day Off” package for $295. You get a 80-minute deep tissue massage, a men’s facial, a men’s pedicure and a cold beer in the steam room. 524 N. Lamar Blvd. www.meccagymandspa.com.

At Away Spa, give him a Man Up facial for $120 for 60 minutes. He can start with a workout and finish with a cocktail and dip in the pool. 200 Lavaca St. www.austinawayspa.com

Boardroom Salon for Men is offering a free handgrooming with the purchase of a $100 gift card and $50 off annual memberships, which includes free haircuts, 10 percent off other services and products. The memberships are normally $625-$1,465.

In Austin, Boardroom Salons are at 3300 Bee Cave Road, Suite 130; and 12921 Hill Country Blvd., Suite D2-110. boardroomsalon.com.

Flatter Dad, the birthday girl, the anniversary couple

Flatterbox lets you enlist people to send Dad love notes and then it boxes them all up and delivers them in a box.

Flatterbox lets you enlist people to send Dad love notes and then it boxes them all up and delivers them in a box.

A few weeks ago we wrote about Austin-based Weeva, which invites people to share stories and photos about the honoree and then compiles them into a book.

Another option for making someone feel special for Father’s Day, a birthday, a wedding, a new baby, an anniversary or a retirement is the Flatterbox at Flatterbox.com. You chose your occasion, your colors for the cards and then you invite friends to submit a card. It all gets boxed up and sent to the honoree. Boxes start at $69 for 50 cards. If you don’t have time for the sentiments to be collected and printed, you also can order a box of blank cards for people to fill out at an event for $59.


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