See Inside the New Caudalie Boutique and Spa

Washington's first from the French salon line.
See Inside the New Caudalie Boutique and Spa

Amidst a flurry of high-end retail openings at CityCenter DC, French Vinotherapie skincare line Caudalie is scheduled to open its first area retail boutique and spa in late March.

The family-run salon line was launched 20 years ago by Mathilde and Bertrand Thomas on Mathilde’s family vineyard in Bordeaux, France, and with the opening of the CityCenter location, they will own a total of 20 retail and spa locations worldwide.

The CityCenter 787-square-foot spa was designed by the founders themselves, and it will include a Beauty Barrel Bar for in-and-out quickie facials, scrubs, and massages, as well as a complete line up of Caudalie’s signature Vinothereapie–treatments using spring water and elements of vines and grapes–services, such as the skintone-correcting Vinoperfect Radiance Facial or the anti-aging Premier Cru Facial.

Caudalie Boutique and Spa will be located at 953 Palmer Alley NW. Take a peek inside in the renderings below.

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Caroline Cunningham joined Washingtonian in 2014 after moving to the DC area from Cincinnati, where she interned and freelanced for Cincinnati Magazine and worked in content marketing. She currently resides in College Park.