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If even the thought of parking your own wheels makes you pull your hair out and you're willing to blow a few Benjamins to remedy that stress-inducing sitch, LA's many luxe spas can lend you a helping hand. Whether you're looking to smother your face and body with caviar and diamonds or you could use a good chakra balancing with your beautification, high-rolling relaxation seekers can find just about any type of indulgent treatment with budget-busting bills to match.

Below, we've updated our last luxury spas list with a few more pricey R&R havens, which just happen to be housed in LA's most spendiest hotels.

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Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills (A Four Seasons Hotel)

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You'll only have to fork up about $800 to indulge in the spa's Natura Bisse Diamond treatments, which includes the Diamond Luxury Lift, an "exclusive face ritual [that] ritual uses diamond-cut quartz and incorporates cutting-edge ingredients to instantly re-energize, strengthen and visibly tighten the skin." (Photo: Beverly Wilshire)

Carasoin Day Spa & Skin Clinic

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This self-described Anglo-Swiss salon's Premier Facial ($185) offers an hour-and-a-half of in-depth treatments, from extractions, exfoliation, enzyme peels, oxygen-infused serum application and more. Go all-out and tack on an additional Cryogenic Stem Cell treatment ($75) or Omnilux LED Phototherapy ($85). (Photo: Gilt City)

Cure Spa

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You can enjoy your vitamins via IV and R&R services under one roof at this high-end spa chainlet's Malibu location. The $250 signature massage offers 90 minutes of deep tissue work, reflexology and aromatherapy; while the 120-minute signature facial includes a hydrafacial, diamond tip microdermabrasion, and oxygen treatment for $350. (Photo: Cure Spa)

Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

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Enjoy the Rejuvenating Spirulina Bath Ritual ($225), which begins with an antioxidant-rich algae wrap and finishes with a relaxing sea salt and algae bath. Or treat your future #GirlBoss and a lucky pal to the Mogul cabana package ($1500), which includes a cabana rental, lunch for two, a bottle of Veuve Clicquot, two 60-minute spa treatments, take-home bath robes, and more. (Photo: Four Seasons BH)

The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village

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The Lavender Milk and Honey Cocoon isn't what the gods eat for breakfast—it's a 100-minute whole-body treatment that promises to stimulate circulation, boost your skin's vibrancy, and renew elasticity with a "velvety blend" of the treatment's namesake ingredients (Oh, and it's $335). The anti-gravity facelifts ($270 to $2000) are also a popular menu item for baller beauty buffs. (Photo: Four Seasons WV)

La Prairie Spa at Hotel Bel-Air

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The luxury Dorchester Collection hotel offers a similar menu as its sister spa at Hotel Beverly Hills, like the White Caviar Illuminating Facial ($1250) and the not-as-budget-busting Pure Gold Radiance Facial ($310), which will smother your face in (you guessed it) pure gold to "visibly lift, firm, brighten, and energize." (Photo: Hotel Bel-Air)

Iobella

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In addition to offering futuristic fitness, the Buenos Aires-bred sweat sanctuary offers post-workout R&R via its O3 spa cabins. They're "set at a balmy 80-82 degrees Fahrenheit" to offer your muscles maximum après-sweat sesh relaxation. (Photo: Iobella)

Spa del Rey

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Need your chakras balanced during your pampering sesh? The five-hour Diamond Experience ($455) includes the Magnetic Ritual, the Diamond Facial, and a Diamond Mani or Pedi. You'll get scrubbed down with diamond dust, which is removed via a magnet-pulling process meant to balance your energy. The facial penetrates your skin and offers "DNA repair." For more energy-balancing from head to toe, try the Lomi-Juma Massage Ritual ($295), which we're told will soon be discontinued. (Photo: Ritz-Carlton)

Spa Montage Beverly Hills

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The spa's signature Elements of Wellness Signature Experience mixes spa science and "the ancient wisdom arts" for a tailored-to-you body-balancing treatment, which blends Swedish massage, aromatherapy, reflexology, homeopathy, lymphatic drainage, and more. Choose between 90 or 120 minutes ($350 to $500).this unique treatment designed to set you on a path of ultimate well- being and vitality. They've also got the energizing Gentlemen's Kur ritual, a 90-minute treatment ($275) that revitalizing treatment that "begins with a brisk salt and eucalyptus oil exfoliation and your choice of a eucalyptus herbal bath or relaxing Vichy shower," topped off with an organic aromatherapy massage. (Photo: Spa Montage)

The Peninsula Beverly Hills

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Among the Peninsula's many blingy treatments are the gem-inspired massages, like the Precious Ruby Massage ($395) which promises to "bring happiness and clear negativity" with a Gardenia and Ylang Ylang-scented brown sugar scrub, hydrating Rose clay wrap, and a reflexology massage. There's also Precious Emerald Massage ($395), a strengthening treatment that involves a refreshing basil- and mint-infused Dead Sea salt scrub, a detoxifying clay wrap, and an aromatic massage. (Photo: Peninsula)

Beverly Hills Hotel

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If your lavish lifestyle requires more than simply wearing gold and eating caviar, La Prairie's in-hotel spa will treat your face with both. The 90-minute White Caviar Illuminating Facial promises to brighten and correct your visage with a cellular peel, hand and foot treatment, and a "unique caviar intensive eye lift treatment," all for just $1000. The exclusive LA Insider menu offers packages like the Hollywood Glamour body scrub treatment, a 1.5-hour exfoliation experience using "mineral-enriched gem powders including diamond and amethyst." (Photo: Beverly Hills Hotel)

The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles

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Pamper yourself like the stars with the Red Carpet Ready package ($495), an approximately four-hour experience that includes firming and toning Slim Sensation Wrap, a mani/pedi, and hair and makeup application. Other signature treatments include the 80-minute Ageless Beauty facial ($305) that hydates, smoothes, and tones skin; clients are sent home with a 30-day home care treatment system. (Photo: Ritz-Carlton)

Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills (A Four Seasons Hotel)

You'll only have to fork up about $800 to indulge in the spa's Natura Bisse Diamond treatments, which includes the Diamond Luxury Lift, an "exclusive face ritual [that] ritual uses diamond-cut quartz and incorporates cutting-edge ingredients to instantly re-energize, strengthen and visibly tighten the skin." (Photo: Beverly Wilshire)

Carasoin Day Spa & Skin Clinic

This self-described Anglo-Swiss salon's Premier Facial ($185) offers an hour-and-a-half of in-depth treatments, from extractions, exfoliation, enzyme peels, oxygen-infused serum application and more. Go all-out and tack on an additional Cryogenic Stem Cell treatment ($75) or Omnilux LED Phototherapy ($85). (Photo: Gilt City)

Cure Spa

You can enjoy your vitamins via IV and R&R services under one roof at this high-end spa chainlet's Malibu location. The $250 signature massage offers 90 minutes of deep tissue work, reflexology and aromatherapy; while the 120-minute signature facial includes a hydrafacial, diamond tip microdermabrasion, and oxygen treatment for $350. (Photo: Cure Spa)

Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

Enjoy the Rejuvenating Spirulina Bath Ritual ($225), which begins with an antioxidant-rich algae wrap and finishes with a relaxing sea salt and algae bath. Or treat your future #GirlBoss and a lucky pal to the Mogul cabana package ($1500), which includes a cabana rental, lunch for two, a bottle of Veuve Clicquot, two 60-minute spa treatments, take-home bath robes, and more. (Photo: Four Seasons BH)

The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village

The Lavender Milk and Honey Cocoon isn't what the gods eat for breakfast—it's a 100-minute whole-body treatment that promises to stimulate circulation, boost your skin's vibrancy, and renew elasticity with a "velvety blend" of the treatment's namesake ingredients (Oh, and it's $335). The anti-gravity facelifts ($270 to $2000) are also a popular menu item for baller beauty buffs. (Photo: Four Seasons WV)

La Prairie Spa at Hotel Bel-Air

The luxury Dorchester Collection hotel offers a similar menu as its sister spa at Hotel Beverly Hills, like the White Caviar Illuminating Facial ($1250) and the not-as-budget-busting Pure Gold Radiance Facial ($310), which will smother your face in (you guessed it) pure gold to "visibly lift, firm, brighten, and energize." (Photo: Hotel Bel-Air)

Iobella

In addition to offering futuristic fitness, the Buenos Aires-bred sweat sanctuary offers post-workout R&R via its O3 spa cabins. They're "set at a balmy 80-82 degrees Fahrenheit" to offer your muscles maximum après-sweat sesh relaxation. (Photo: Iobella)

Spa del Rey

Need your chakras balanced during your pampering sesh? The five-hour Diamond Experience ($455) includes the Magnetic Ritual, the Diamond Facial, and a Diamond Mani or Pedi. You'll get scrubbed down with diamond dust, which is removed via a magnet-pulling process meant to balance your energy. The facial penetrates your skin and offers "DNA repair." For more energy-balancing from head to toe, try the Lomi-Juma Massage Ritual ($295), which we're told will soon be discontinued. (Photo: Ritz-Carlton)

Spa Montage Beverly Hills

The spa's signature Elements of Wellness Signature Experience mixes spa science and "the ancient wisdom arts" for a tailored-to-you body-balancing treatment, which blends Swedish massage, aromatherapy, reflexology, homeopathy, lymphatic drainage, and more. Choose between 90 or 120 minutes ($350 to $500).this unique treatment designed to set you on a path of ultimate well- being and vitality. They've also got the energizing Gentlemen's Kur ritual, a 90-minute treatment ($275) that revitalizing treatment that "begins with a brisk salt and eucalyptus oil exfoliation and your choice of a eucalyptus herbal bath or relaxing Vichy shower," topped off with an organic aromatherapy massage. (Photo: Spa Montage)

The Peninsula Beverly Hills

Among the Peninsula's many blingy treatments are the gem-inspired massages, like the Precious Ruby Massage ($395) which promises to "bring happiness and clear negativity" with a Gardenia and Ylang Ylang-scented brown sugar scrub, hydrating Rose clay wrap, and a reflexology massage. There's also Precious Emerald Massage ($395), a strengthening treatment that involves a refreshing basil- and mint-infused Dead Sea salt scrub, a detoxifying clay wrap, and an aromatic massage. (Photo: Peninsula)

Beverly Hills Hotel

If your lavish lifestyle requires more than simply wearing gold and eating caviar, La Prairie's in-hotel spa will treat your face with both. The 90-minute White Caviar Illuminating Facial promises to brighten and correct your visage with a cellular peel, hand and foot treatment, and a "unique caviar intensive eye lift treatment," all for just $1000. The exclusive LA Insider menu offers packages like the Hollywood Glamour body scrub treatment, a 1.5-hour exfoliation experience using "mineral-enriched gem powders including diamond and amethyst." (Photo: Beverly Hills Hotel)

The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles

Pamper yourself like the stars with the Red Carpet Ready package ($495), an approximately four-hour experience that includes firming and toning Slim Sensation Wrap, a mani/pedi, and hair and makeup application. Other signature treatments include the 80-minute Ageless Beauty facial ($305) that hydates, smoothes, and tones skin; clients are sent home with a 30-day home care treatment system. (Photo: Ritz-Carlton)