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The waiting area at Spa at The Broadmoor sets the tone for the peaceful, rejuvenating experience to come. Centered around a circular sofa beneath a chandelier, the area boasts marble floors and a striking mural of bathing beauties in a pastoral setting; bath and body products and gifts line the shelves and tables. Inside the spa, there are a number of relaxation lounges where you can hang out until your treatment. The coed Mountain View Room overlooking the East Golf Course and Cheyenne Mountain is especially luxe, with richly upholstered furniture, including blanket-lined chaise lounges and a selection of newspapers around the centerpiece bouquet on the receiving table under yet another sparkly chandelier. Light refreshments, like custom-blended coffee, Teatulia tea and fresh fruit, sit on a sideboard ready for you to sample. Gender-specific fireplace lounges bid you to curl up in comfort as well. Or you can always wait out your treatment at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star spa in the dry sauna, steam room or aromatherapy room.