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On 12/10/2021 at 12:25 PM, drewdawg199 said:

Yes it is, and it was great.  Wife usually hates spas, but enjoyed this one and we would go back because we can hang out together.  

Wife reporting back for confirmation of how much I hate going to a spa alone.


I usually find it boring as hell, but between all of the things in there (warm pool, hot tubs, cold plunge pool, heated marble slabs, steam room, sauna, salt room, mud, and I'm probably missing something else), it was great.  They started selling 3 hour passes for $39, which sounded way more reasonable to me than $79 for a full day.  3 hours was more than enough to explore everything the spa had to offer, and the massage after was AWESOME!!!


It is a bit tacky to not include an hour of use with a massage though, given the pricing.  A couple thought it was included, but the staff was quick to bounce them out of the area and tell them they had to sit on the bench by the locker room while waiting for their service.  They also walk you through the wet area on the way to the treatment rooms, so it feels like a giant tease.

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