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Indaba Spa opened in 2009 as part of an overall renovation at Innisbrook Resort. The Florida spa takes its cue from African culture, infusing African motifs, scents, and beliefs into its décor, products and treatments. The entrance of the spa features dark wood and hardwood floors, but once you make your way toward the locker rooms, the spa lightens up with neutral and sage green walls, floral accents and soothing green textures.
The locker rooms are designed to complement the soothing state of mind that you’ll achieve at the spa. Adorned in grays, taupes, greens and neutral colors, everything in the locker room blends seamlessly, fostering a feeling of comfort and promoting a state of relaxation. The locker room waiting area offers an abundance of natural light, thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the golf course. The walls in the locker rooms and treatment rooms are adorned with artwork of the sea and water, as well as calming landscape photos that take you around the world.