Chatham Bars Inn Debuts New Spa Suite Experiences

The Chatham Bars Inn has debuted two new experiences available at the resort’s exclusive Spa Suites. The new offerings were curated to promote holistic wellbeing by engaging all five senses, aligning with trends and the growing demand for wellness experiences. The individualized program begins at booking: a spa concierge contacts the guest to determine preferred aroma therapy, music and body products. Based on guests’ wellness goals, the concierge will also assist with recommending additional experiences.

Upon check-in, guests enter their suite designed "to evoke relaxation or rejuvenation" based on their selections with the concierge. Diffused scents fill the air to immediately begin guests’ five-senses experience. Guests will find other amenities aligned with their wellness goals such as a specially crafted “mini bar” with customized skin care products from OSEA and organic refreshments (think: fresh pressed juices blended from the resort’s own eight-acre farm). Yoga mats and a curated library of wellness books are also available to educate guests.

Guests can unwind by taking a steam shower infused with eucalyptus oil, enjoy the dry sauna, decompress in an oversized hydrotherapy tub, exfoliate with the property’s signature honey and lavender body scrub, or sit by the fire with a cup of tea. Guests can also get treatments in the privacy of their own suite. Spa Suite guests can also take advantage of exclusive access to the resort’s outdoor relaxation pool with private cabanas, a hot tub and Japanese Zen gardens.

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All retreats include twice-daily yoga sessions, daily spa treatments and specially designed healthy “yogic menus” for breakfast, lunch and dinner.