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Built in 2005 as Remède’s flagship spa, Remède Spa San Francisco has spared no expense in creating an escape from busy city life. The light-filled boutique features the same contemporary white-lacquer shelving and accents that dominate the locker rooms. There, dark woods, translucent red panels and fresh orchids add warmth to the space’s modern design. Take an elevator down to the treatment rooms and lounge on the floor below, where the mood becomes quieter. Instead of sunlight coming through frosted glass, here it’s all about dim lighting and warm neutral tones in the lounge. The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star spa's treatment rooms feature dimmer switches, fresh flowers and soft woolen throws to cancel out even the faintest hint of a clinical feel and instead create comfortable, soothing oasis.