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Spa & Fitness Center at Turnberry Isle Miami was designed by the highly respected spa and resort architect Tag Galyean and features a coastal design befitting its tropical locale. The spa is housed on the second floor of a 25,000-square-foot, tri-level building and is decorated using a mint, cream, and pale turquoise color scheme and all treatment rooms are named after different flowers — unsurprising, given the lush tropical foliage found throughout Turnberry Isle’s grounds. Natural elements like a mosaic stone floor and rust-colored granite panel wall come through on the ground level, which is anchored by a trickling fountain at the base of the grand curving staircase with wrought-iron trim on the banisters.
Treatment rooms, meanwhile, are painted pale green with white crown molding and chair railings and a light blue ceiling, which brings an immediate sense of calmness to the windowed rooms. As for the lotus relaxation lounge, it features artwork of seascapes and its recessed ceiling is painted to mimic the sky, while the windows all look out onto the treetops. The design here and throughout the Miami spa is simple but soothing, and the cream-colored chairs and chaise lounges feature elegant dark wood trim, which match the consoles and tables holding snacks and magazines.