Penzone Salons opening high-end Hamilton Road spa, renovations elsewhere

Jessica Wong

After one of the most challenging years in the company’s history, Charles Penzone Inc. is moving forward with a new look and a new salon. “I know what we went through this past year and that we’re excited coming out of this,” said President and CEO Debbie Penzone. “It’s going to be […]

After one of the most challenging years in the company’s history, Charles Penzone Inc. is moving forward with a new look and a new salon.

“I know what we went through this past year and that we’re excited coming out of this,” said President and CEO Debbie Penzone. “It’s going to be the roaring ‘20s is what they’re all saying, and human connection is going to be even more valuable now.”

Penzone Salons just announced a new location opening at 5751 N. Hamilton Road. The salon is scheduled to open in early 2022 and will replace the current New Albany/Gahanna location at 1356 Cherry Way Drive. The company also recently completed German Village salon renovations.

The new location has been in the works for years, said Penzone, who has worked at the salons for 32 years. Efforts to rebrand the salon started in 2018 with renovations at the Dublin salon – one of Penzone Salons’ six central Ohio locations. 

The new Penzone Salon on Hamilton Road, shown in this rendering, will replace the company's salon on Cherry Way Drive.

“We really felt like this was the way we wanted to take the concept forward – to reinvent the [Charles Penzone Grand Salon] day spa that we were known for in the ‘90s,” Penzone said. “We wanted to move past that and become relevant again.”

In the new salon, Penzone imagines guests enjoying a cocktail with a friend in one of the many open spaces, relaxing by the fireplace or enjoying the weather on one of the two outdoor patios. A bridal party may be enjoying face masks at the beauty zone, or perhaps a guest will pay a visit for a dual mani/pedi. 

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