Trends With Tricia: Coldwater Creek The Spa Closing in Highland Village, TX

Coldwater Creek The Spa Closing in Highland Village, TX

You are probably aware that Whole Foods is making its debut in The Shops At Highland Village next year and that Coldwater Creek is relocating.  What you may not know is that Coldwater Creek The Spa will be closing for good at the Highland Village location.  

I have been sitting on a gift card from a client for a REALLY long time so while I was shopping there yesterday, I figured I better make an appointment before I can't drive two miles to get a beauty treatment.  

It's been a long summer.  I haven't had a pedicure since May and if you're a woman who gets one regularly, you know how long that is between pamper appointments.  So I have decided to make one day, a day for me.  Well, at least for a few hours. I booked my facial appointment at Coldwater Creek, then plan on a massage after that, followed by a mani/pedi.  The GREAT news is, I  have gift certificates for all three!  Jackpot!

If you are like me and have a gift card to Coldwater Creek The Spa, the last appointment is being booked for October 31.  You've got some time, but not long.

Coldwater Creek The Spa Closing in Highland Village, TX

If you're curious about where the store is moving to, Coldwater Creek is relocating to the former Eddie Bauer, next to Jos A. Banks and across from Corner Bakery.  If you do happen to have a Coldwater Creek The Spa gift card, you can still use them at the regular clothing stores.  While that's nice and all, I'd rather have a massage!

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Comment balloon 2 commentsTricia Hoffmann • August 22 2013 08:10AM

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I am very, very, very unhappy about the Spa closing. I would never have welcomed Whole Foods if I had known they would run the CC Spa off. I can just go to Market Street. I called headquarters to voice my dismay and have heard there is a petition to sign in the spa for those interested in trying to sway the powers-that-be. Boo, Whole Foods.

Posted by Susan over 5 years ago

Yes, I really thought they would just make adjustments, not get rid of it.  There are so few throughout the country, I wonder if it's not profitable enough?

Posted by Tricia Hoffmann (Your Home Free) about 5 years ago

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