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The new hotel trend to try? Juicing in your room

As everyone on your Twitter feed can attest, cold-pressed juice is as ubiquitous as yoga classes and indoor cycling cult wars. The cleanse, the detox, the reset button, however you classify your daily intake of liquefied nutrients, it’s a great way to get greens into your body on the go. And just because you’re on vacation doesn’t mean that you have to give them up. Luckily for you juiceheads, loads of hotels from the Ace to the Four Seasons understand the need to have a fresh-squeezed liquid lunch (or dinner or breakfast) and have opened stellar juice bars. Now, there’s even better news—some properties are taking the trend a bit further with bespoke, in-room cleanse packages.

Some of these programs are all about the base; others have additional wellness inclusions. In the Bay Area, the Hotel Palomar San Francisco and the heavily instagrammed, LA-based Pressed Juicery have blended to launch the Pressed, Pampered & Purified package. Available for one day and one night or three days and two nights, the fresh, cold-pressed menu features greens, citrus and root-based juices along with an almond milk. Similarly, the jewel box Relais & Chateaux Mayflower Grace property in Washington, CT offers the Raw Rejuvenation Cleanse, a two-night, three-day organic, raw and vegan juice and fitness package that includes a daily spa treatment. The cold-press trend is so hot it has even extended to Asia. Phuket’s Paraesa, a modern tranquil hideaway set in the ocean-fronting jungled cliffs of Kamala, offers in-room delivery of seven organic juices daily. The weeklong Juice Cleanse Package also includes a private Muay Tahi class and an hour massage.