Components of a Spa Facility

The Basics

  • Reception Desk and Welcome area
  • Reservations and Scheduling
  • Retail/Spa Boutique
  • Men's and Women's Locker Rooms
  • Dry Treatment Rooms
  • Wet Treatment Rooms
  • European Hydro-Massage
  • Treatment Showers and Baths
  • Treatment Waiting Area
  • Treatment Lab

Optional

  • Private Relaxation/Meditation Areas
  • Men's and Women's Wet Areas
  • Common Wet Areas
  • Movement Studio
  • Fitness Equipment Studio
  • Swimming Pools and Aquatics
  • Administrative Offices
  • Staff Lounge
  • Storage Areas
  • Laundry Room
  • Spa Café and Juice Bar
  • Beauty Salon

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