Trilogy Spa Now Managing The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg

The Spa of Colonial WilliamsburgThis month, Trilogy Spa Holdings, a professional boutique spa management company, announced that it is managing The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg (VA). The spa has partnered with Trilogy to enhance its guests’ experiences, giving the company full responsibility for the day-to-day management of its facilities, services, boutique, and more. Trilogy is known for transforming spas into highly profitable businesses and has achieved success with properties such as the Guerlain Spa at The Waldorf Astoria New York, the first Sisley-Paris Spa at The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel (New York City), and Well & Being Spa at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess (Scottsdale, AZ). “Trilogy is at the epicenter of the growing trend of infusing beauty and wellness with luxury travel experiences,” says David Stoup, chairman of Trilogy Spa Holdings. “Colonial Williamsburg is a national treasure. Our aim is to expand the variety of activities available to guests, taking inspiration from the surrounding environment. We are excited at the prospect of refreshing The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg to meet the expanding needs of today’s discerning guest.”

Since inception in 2007, The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg has been operated by The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, which preserves, restores, and operates Virginia’s 18th-century capital of Williamsburg. Designed by renowned spa designer Sylvia Sepielli, the 20,000-square-foot spa located in a Georgian Revival building offers Southern charm, harmonizing with its historical surroundings and the personality of the colonial heritage. The spa provides rejuvenating and healing therapies inspired by five centuries of wellness practices and features 12 private treatment rooms and two suites for couples; a full-service nail, hair, and skincare salon; men’s and women’s locker rooms featuring private changing rooms, rain showers, large whirlpools, and aromatherapy steam rooms; one heated indoor and two outdoor pools; a fitness center with state-of-the-art Nautilus equipment; group fitness classes; and spa cuisine. Modifications to the spa menu and brand are also expected to take place in the next three to six months. “We are thrilled to join forces with Trilogy,” says Florencio Ferrao, vice president of hospitality for Colonial Williamsburg. “We look forward to enhancing our guests’ stays by providing them with the most original and innovative spa, fitness, and wellness experiences while capturing the beauty and culture of Colonial Williamsburg.”