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Luxurious indulgence is the theme of The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Boston and that’s clearly represented in its interior design. Smooth wooden floors and beautifully papered walls make up the hallways of the spa; lined with votive candles encased in a white ball, the light flickers as you pass by, adding a sense of serenity befitting of a Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star rated spa. Heated benches and warm, tiled floors adorn the locker rooms of the spa, and Asian-inspired fabrics cover the chairs of the café where guests can snack on healthy meals before or after treatments.
Like most Mandarin Oriental spas, the interior design of The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Boston, takes on an Asian-inspired décor. The waiting area and relaxation rooms are dark and serene, offering a bit of tranquility from the chaos of the outdoors. The treatment rooms are all prepared with foot baths, chimes and orchid petals. In the wet areas, guests will find everything they need, from towels and bottled water to personal lockers and bath amenities, including hairdryers, brushes, combs, makeup remover and more — all perfectly positioned on wood shelves and backed by gold and red detail. The mood in the spa is peaceful, quiet and oozes relaxation, and the décor is meant to match. Make sure you spend some quality time in the relaxation room, where you'll be treated to hot tea, fresh fruits, mixed nuts and your own private relaxation space, complete with a light cotton blanket and plush lounge chair.