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The wet areas at The Allison Spa, like the rest of the property, celebrate natural elements, local artists and provide majestic views. As you stand at the far side of the shimmering infinity-edged swimming pool, floor-to-ceiling windows frame towering evergreens and (during the summer months) the blue sky.
On the opposite wall, a painting titled Slackwater Terroir created from soil gathered during the excavation of The Allison Inn & Spa site by scientist and artist Jay Noller captivates. A whirlpool is tucked in a nook around the corner and is one of the best spots to unwind. If you’d like to take a dip but forgot your suit, the Willamette Valley spa gift shop sells a classic black one-piece in European sizes.
Inside the locker room of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star spa, you’ll find a eucalyptus-infused steam room, a dry sauna and ample fluffy white towels to use as you switch from one room to another.
We suggest you arrive early or stay late to fully enjoy the wet areas at The Allison Spa. It is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.