U of M Partnership!

We are proud to have been chosen as the Wellness Partner for the University of Michigan Breast Cancer Center!

Our  certified Oncology trained staff members will be able to educate clients and offer specific and exclusive treatment therapies for cancer patients, and offer home care solutions which will help elevate both physical and emotional level of wellness.

Special events will be held at the spa, free of cost and open to the public, to educate and announce the new treatments which will be added to our spa menu. Updates for this program can be found on our events page and our email newsletters, so be sure to sign up and stay tuned!


At Margot European Day Spa, the beauty of the mind and body are nurtured to elevate the spirit of well being . It is our mission to offer you only the finest spa experience where your expectations are exceeded and all your individual needs attended to. Our highly skilled and educated staff can offer you advice for at home care to continue your spa experience in between visits.

Incorporated in 1980, Margot and her educated team have been serving local and global travelers for 37 years. Over the years she is proud to and have earned specialized diplomas in France, Germany, Monte Carlo, Great Britain and Japan, learning from the spa industries leading International educators.

The entire staff at Margot’s is licensed in the state of Michigan, most earning additional National Certifications and attending both on-site and off-site advanced courses to further their education. Our passion for wellness and educating offers our guests an unparalleled level of services not found elsewhere.


May is Melanoma Awareness Month

save the date:

Thursday May, 18th

Featuring Dr. Wendy L. McFalda – Medical Director, Margot European Day Spa
Thursday, May 18th from 6:30 – 8pm
Join Margot and her team for this invaluable event highlighting the importance of Melanoma awareness, screening and prevention. You cannot afford to not be educated on this ever rising, preventable disease. Melanoma is the most serious type of skin cancer. Allowed to grow, it can spread quickly to other parts of the body, which can be deadly. There is good news. When found early, melanoma is highly treatable.
Join Margot and learn the Myths and Must of Melanoma.

Visit our events page to RSVP