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The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Spa at Stein Eriksen Lodge in Park City has a waiting room off to the side of the reception desk, where you can relax prior to being ushered in for your treatment. The waiting area is outfitted with tables, comfortable chairs and a large sofa you can recline on, as well as a calming water feature on the wall. There’s also a retail shop by the Park City spa’s reception desk that stocks products used during the treatments, so you can peruse these while you wait. Of course, the real pampering occurs once you slip into your robe and slippers and make your way to the relaxation areas.
There is no formal waiting area at The Spa at Stein Eriksen Lodge in Park City, rather guests check-in for their appointment in the lobby and are immediately taken to the locker and adjacent relaxation rooms. Here, guests change into their robes and sandals fitted for size. This is where guests are given lockers with a key code to keep belongings and can choose to sit in our sauna or steam room before their treatments, or wait in the relaxation room next to one of the fireplaces or behind one of our curtained benches. In the relaxation room, guests will be called by their masseuse or masseur.