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September, 2002, Vol. 02, Issue 09

Spa Industry News

By Editorial Staff

The Spa at Marriott's Harbor Beach Resort in Fort Lauderdale, Florida opened in June 2002. The 24,000 square-foot facility, built at a cost of more than eight million dollars, offers a variety of distinctive spa treatments and fitness classes.

Kahala Mandarin Oriental, the 364-room luxury resort in Honolulu, Hawaii, recently launched a new concept in personal pampering: the Spa Suite.

Each 550 square-foot, residential-style suite features a personal relaxation and changing area, a private shower and soaking bath, and a landscaped courtyard of native Hawaiian flora.

If you find yourself in Missouri anytime soon, you may want to visit the Spa at the Bay at Casino Magic Bay St. Louis. The new spa and salon features a eucalyptus-scented steam room, a fitness center, and body treatments such as the "Mississippi Mud," "Gulf Coast Body Polish" and "Magic Glow."

A two-story waterfall will greet guests of Trump International Sonesta Beach Resort, the 398-room luxury property scheduled to open in Sunny Isles, Florida later this year. Other highlights of the resort include a free-form oceanfront pool and a European spa and fitness center.

The JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort now offers a 40,000 square-foot luxury health facility: Aquae Sulis Spa. Inspired by an ancient Roman temple bath, the spa features 36 treatment rooms and offers such services as massage, facials, aromatherapy, body wraps and loofah scrubs. The spa also features whirlpools; steam saunas; hydrotherapy bathing chambers; cascading waterfall showers; and a cavitosonic relaxation room.

 

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