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May, 2002, Vol. 02, Issue 05

Spa Industry News

By Editorial Staff

Loews Coronado Bay Resort in Coronado, California is building a 10,000 sq. ft. spa, scheduled for completion in 2003. The new spa will feature 14 wet and dry treatment rooms; an outdoor Watsu massage pool; a body salon; a fitness studio; complete gym facilities with free-weight, resistance and cardio equipment; and a full-service retail area.

The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa is under construction in Scottsdale, Arizona.

The facility's interior and exterior design will reflect the traditional texture, color scheme and physical character of the Arizona desert. As the architect on the project enthused: "...we wanted this resort's architectural features and interior design to ay tribute to Arizona's famous landscapes and dramatic natural features."

The Spa at Stein Eriksen Lodge opened in February 2002 in Park City, Utah, the culmination of a $40 million expansion effort. The new spa is distinguished by its European approach to treatments, skin and body care products, and its distinctive Norwegian design.

February welcomed the opening of Windflower - The Hill Country Spa. Situated on the grounds of the Hyatt Regency Resort in San Antonio, Texas, the spa features a variety of exterior and interior amenities that reflect the rustic charm of a 19th century Texas homestead.

On the tropical island of Ilha Grande, Brazil, a unique health and fitness program called Body and Soul Adventures (formerly known as Ashram Adventures) provides a challenging opportunity to interested parties. The seven-day program includes rainforest hikes, sea kayaking, yoga, daily massage, a nutritionally balanced vegetarian diet, and nightly cultural entertainment, all designed to promote physical, mental and spiritual well-being.


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