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Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star The Spa at Chatham Bars Inn is located in one of the property’s cottages and has the same seaside interior design as the rest of the property. There’s a quaint New England look and feel but with a modern touches. The spa’s waiting area is all white, with white with wicker chairs to sit on and white walls with clear shelves housing the various products used during treatments. The white locker rooms are open and airy with wood accents and include plenty of space to freshen up before and after your treatment. The co-ed relaxation lounge is a bit dimmer, and the first port of your entry into relaxation. The room is designed in blue and beige tones and features a tranquil in-wall aquarium.
Close your eyes and imagine a Japanese Zen garden with chic Scandinavian amenities and that’s the style of Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star The Spa at the Chatham Bars Inn. The mood is set with a bubbling fountain and soft music in the outdoor cabana massage area; inside, a low-lit spa sets the tone for total relaxation.
The well-trained and courteous staff offers a range of body care treatments in private or shared rooms. Choose from seasonal therapies designed to revitalize weather-beaten spirits, or relax with a Swedish, deep-tissue or hot basalt rock massage. Inspired by the marine environment, the spa makes use of organic aromatherapy oils; its signature line of Ocean Rose body care products derives from natural elements.