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Among the things that set Kohler Waters Spa apart from other luxury spas are the relaxation area amenities — specifically, the several different pools available. You’ll definitely want to pack a swimsuit to take full advantage of the offerings, including the long, rectangular swimming pool in the co-ed common area. Conjuring the look of an ancient Roman bath, the beautiful mosaic-tiled pool includes a bench at its far end where you can relax under the cascades of an 8-foot waterfall. Comfortable, cushioned chaise lounges surround the pool and, along with dim lighting and the rush of the waterfall, encourage you to linger with a good book or to steal a nap between spa services.
Kohler Waters Spa’s other popular relaxation area is located up on the fourth floor in the glass-enclosed penthouse, where a whirlpool awaits and reclining lounge chairs line a broad, modern fireplace. The rooftop terrace, complete with views of The American Club and the historic Kohler factory across the street, is accessible from this relaxation area.
The separate men’s and women’s relaxation areas near the locker rooms provide their own delightful amenities: Hop into the hot and cold plunge pools or spend some time in the sauna and steam room. The dozen or so seats here also include cushiony chaise lounges set among tropical plants, simple contemporary furnishings and whitewashed walls. The co-ed relaxation areas that were recently added gives guest the opportunity to congregate and socialize before and after their services. These areas feature new furniture, outdoor seating, private areas for events and meetings and a 50-inch television.
Inside the locker rooms, a pretty ceiling mural features hummingbirds flying through fluffy, white clouds — and you’ll feel a lot like those birds after you’ve finished any of the fabulous treatments at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star spa.