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The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Hong Kong doesn’t boast extensive wet areas compared to some spas in Hong Kong, but you’ll find a dark tiled, herbal steam room in the locker room. Enjoy the sounds of tranquil spa music as you work up a sweat, then head to the single “experience” shower to cool off. This shower features three distinct settings: tropical rain, where a rainfall shower head drips cool water over your body; body spray, in which several smaller shower heads squirt water over you from different angles; and Arctic mist, which gently envelops you in a fine spray with a minty, fresh scent. Each setting utilizes a different color light shining on you, though the showers are definitely brisk temperature-wise, so make sure you’re good and ready to cool down.
Otherwise, you’ll find two walk-in showers concealed by frosted glass doors on the opposite end of the locker room where you can wash your hair and scrub down before or after your treatment. Note that if you’re just booking a simple facial or massage, you won’t have access to the hotel’s indoor infinity pool and hot tub, located on the 118th floor. However, the spa regularly offers seasonal packages that will give you access to all the wet facilities and will include a light poolside lunch, where you can revive yourself with freshly squeezed juices and admire the view and feel on top of the world.