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Bluebell Spa coming to/opens at 14th and Quincy St, NW


3705 14th Street, NW

Bluebell Spa’s website says:

“Welcome to Bluebell Spa. Conveniently located in the heart of Columbia Heights, Washington DC, just a short walk from two major metro stations (Columbia Heights and Petworth station). Bluebell Spa offers a relaxing and nourishing environment just for you. We are a day spa dedicated to promoting physical and mental well-being; and we have a lively team of professionally-trained therapists who are extremely passionate about what they do.

Our mission is to sustainably improve the overall health and wellbeing of as many people as possible. Our vision is simple- we want to ensure we exceed your expectations at every stage of your experience with us. We strongly believe in professionalism and first class service.”

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