What is the interior design of Spa Montage?

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The interior design of Spa Montage takes its style cues from the ancient Andalusia region of Spain, which is known for its elaborate palaces and Arabic-inspired architecture. You’ll feel like you’re in a Moroccan sanctuary with large vases on the ground, lots of pretty mosaic tiling and large artwork with golden antique frames.

Throughout the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star spa, you’ll find mostly neutral colors like brown and cream offset by teal, foam green, rust, orange and antique metals. There are skylights that let in warm natural light, as well as ornate lamps and light fixtures that look like hand-painted glass and antique bronze. The countertops in the changing area are made of green and grey marble, while the mirrors in the locker rooms feature golden mosaics surrounded by large golden sconces.

Orchids and other fresh flowers keep the locker room smelling fresh, and the co-ed lounge has a two-story wall made of blue, green, turquoise and teal mosaic tiling. The high ceiling and skylight make the room feel airy and spacious, but still private. The quiet mineral pool area is a great space to spend time with your partner — you’ll find padded wooden lounge chairs lining the wall separated by sheer curtains for added privacy.

Our spa features a Moroccan-inspired décor of hand-laid green and blue glass tiles, teak lounge chairs, Moroccan-inspired lanterns and artwork.

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