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From the waiting area, you’ll be guided to the locker rooms, where you’ll find alcoves of light wood lockers containing plush terrycloth and satin robes and squishy brown slippers for you to wear to your treatment. An ivory ottoman sits in the middle of each room for you to sit down as you gather your belongings or rest for a moment before you head out. If your one complaint about visiting a spa is changing in front of people in the locker room, note that the lockers rooms also have private dressing rooms, which have velvety chairs, tall silver-framed mirrors and artful lamps made of silver cubes. After you change, head inside the spacious white-marble-walled wet area, where tall, elegant white Asian-inspired statues face the plunge pools with strands of crystals hanging like curtains next to them. Between the two large, rectangular Jacuzzis, potted palms breathe some life into the quiet space. Make a beeline for the wall draped with copper-like rain chains, where heated stone chaise lounges keep you toasty. If you want to cool off, go into one of the waterfall showers in the room. The stalls have vertical mosaic stripes in silver, gold, cream and opal, though you’ll be too busy under the cascading water to notice. To clean up before or after your treatment, you also can rinse off in the tan-tiled bathroom showers stocked with fragrant body wash, conditioner and shampoo.