Our overnight guests sometimes feel like they’ve arrived at a spa resort instead of a boutique hotel, thanks to our DIY spa-like circuit tucked away in the hotel’s central courtyard.
This spa ritual, if you will, includes hot and cool soaks with massaging jets, a dry sauna, and a pool with fountains. There’s also a fire pit area with comfortable seating, and guests can order food from the hotel’s restaurant to be served poolside. The hot and cool soaks and sauna are open year-round, with the pool open through September. Take advantage of all the spa-like experiences or simply choose your favorites.
A lot of guests have been asking about the temperatures of the various water features, so here’s the rundown: The hot soak is kept at 102 degrees, with the cool-down soak set to 92. Alternating between the two is said to increase circulation. The pool reads 82 degrees.
The dry sauna, crafted of western cedar, has a distinctive barrel shape and fits four comfortably. Dry saunas, the traditional Finnish method, are known for delivering a variety of benefits, from soothing sore muscles to relieving stress.
The curving pool with arched fountain sprays is pure relaxation, as is the corner fire pit area. For dining on the lighter side, select vegetable-laden flatbreads, crisp salads, homemade soup du jour, or the salmon entrée, all featured on the menu from our own Libby McNeill’s.
Overnight guests have unlimited complementary access to the courtyard. Pools are open daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., so go ahead and spa away!