Destination spas are providing a pristine, safe environment for their guests.
The Lodge at Woodloch
Safety is first and foremost on the minds of all travelers these days as the hospitality industry begins to bounce back from challenges that profoundly affected hotels, resorts and destination spas. This is especially true for the luxury travel market where people pay top dollars to stay at opulent resorts and hotels. Discerning travelers expect nothing but the best in terms of accommodations and amenities, along with safety procedures that can often exceed recommended guidelines. The following luxurious destination spas have listened to consumers and go the extra mile in providing the most sanitized and safest environment that’s humanly possible.
Guests are welcomed by three Chakra Bowls.
The Lodge at Woodloch
The Lodge at Woodloch, Hawley, PA
Discreetly tucked away in the lake region of the Pocono Mountains, the Lodge at Woodloch is widely recognized as one of the country’s most luxurious destination spas. Safety is first and foremost at the Lodge which has committed to the Pocono Promise and American Hotel & Lodging Association’s Safe Stay program to ensure they are adhering to industry standards and community safety. One can’t help but notice the constant cleaning by the staff, along with the wellness classes and other activities that are all conducted according to social distancing guidelines. The pristine spa features 27 rooms for customized face and body treatments along with private men’s and women’s spa retreats, signature private showers and changing rooms, separate men’s and women’s saunas, steam rooms, and whirlpools and private men’s and women’s fireplace lounges. In addition to an array of soothing massages, guests can choose reflexology, facials, vibrational sound therapy and more.
The Ladies Spa Quiet Room offers a tranquil retreat for guests.
Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa
Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa, Paradise Valley, AZ
Asian influences permeate the spa’s diverse offerings, which now include temperature checks during check-in at the spa front desk. Service providers and guests are both required to wear face masks during service. Sanctuary Spa has increased the time between services in each room to 30 minutes …….