What is the waiting area like at Spa Montage?

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The waiting area at Spa Montage features neutral colors and Moroccan-inspired furnishings that immediately put you at ease before your treatment. After you arrive at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star spa, an attendant will check you in, walk you to the locker room and then show you to the waiting area.

The calming space has beige walls and a large skylight window in the ceiling that casts a warm natural light over the room. Ornate light fixtures colored with tiled glass and antique bronze hang from the ceiling and you’ll find cozy, chenille foam green sofas, lounge chairs and ottomans throughout the room. Burnt orange pillows top the sofas and there are soft white chenille blankets if you’d like to stay warm while you’re relaxing in your robe. Grab a magazine and get cozy by the fireplace.

Along the back wall, you’ll find a marble countertop with refreshments to snack on such as whole fresh fruit, dried apricots, cranberries and raw almonds. If you get thirsty, there’s bottled water, hot tea and delicious strawberry and cucumber-infused ice water that we highly recommend you try. The room is quite cozy — you’ll have no problem kicking off your slippers and relaxing before or after your treatment.

We have separate men’s and women’s relaxation lounges, each appointed with a fireplace, sofas, chairs, ottomans, cozy Kashwére throw blankets and a variety of teas, fresh fruit, dried fruit and fruit-infused water. We also feature a coed mineral pool with a cathedral ceiling. There are large skylights in this space, allowing the sunlight to trickle in during the day and creating a twilight setting at night.

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