The Spa at Woodstock Inn & Resort Debuts in September
Woodstock Inn & Resorts Celebrates New Spa with a Grand Opening Package
In September 2010, The Spa at Woodstock Inn & Resort will debut, the first dedicated spa in the resort’s 218-year history. The Spa will offer a haven within the quaint town of Woodstock.
The Vermont luxury spa celebrates its unveiling with a Grand Opening Package that includes accommodations in a standard guestroom outfitted with charming details such as colorful hand-dyed wool blankets and Vermont original artwork, $100 credit towards spa treatments, and a hearty Vermont breakfast for two in the resort’s sun filled Main Dining Room.
The package is priced starting at $278 per night based on double occupancy and is available September 6, 2010 to December 23, 2010, subject to availability (blackout dates apply).
Housed in a 10,000 square-foot LEED-certified structure, The Spa, a $10 million new build, provides a nature-inspired ambiance and is a celebration of the seasons, which carries through to the full spa menu.
Each season, a different signature treatment will take center stage among the extensive selection of year-round spa offerings. Mirroring the four seasons of Vermont, each 100-minute treatment draws upon natural outdoor elements; pumpkin spice, deep forest, vanilla maple and berry bliss.
The Spa’s a la carte selections include massages, facials, body treatments, waxing, and a selection of treatments specifically for men and teens. The Spa will use organic skin care products from Eminence, Naturopathica and Spa Ritual.
The Spa is designed to maximize light and the surrounding views with indoor and outdoor relaxation and contemplation spaces, including the “Great Room” where guests can relax pre- and post- treatments surrounded by double-height, vaulted ceilings, custom furnishings and a wood-burning fireplace. The outdoor meditation courtyard will have a sauna, fire pit, hot soaking pool and a flowering tulip tree that will mark the passing of seasons.
In the ten luxurious treatment rooms, guests will relax on treatment tables adorned with organic cotton linens and Vermont organic wool blankets. Steam rooms will be infused with seasonal aromas. The luxurious “Natural Gatherings Suite” will be an ideal space for small groups and special occasions and feature a private bathroom with generously-sized shower facilities, a wood burning fireplace, deluxe treatment tables and an oversized traditional Japanese cedar soaking tub.
Along with the new spa, Woodstock Inn & Resort provides guests with a number of recreational and dining options to enhance their stay. Guests can dine at The Red Rooster, the resort’s fine dining restaurant. Open for lunch and dinner the menu emphasizes fresh, local ingredients, including specialty cheeses, shellfish and heirloom fruits and vegetables, sourced from the best purveyors in New England.
Resort activities include a 18-hole Robert Trent Jones designed golf course, a 41,000 square foot Racquet & Fitness Club, which includes indoor and outdoor tennis courts, indoor racquetball courts, a 30-by-60 foot indoor lap pool, a whirlpool, workout equipment and a steam room and sauna.
Guests can also enjoy downtown Woodstock filled with antique shops, art galleries, boutiques, restaurants, specialty food markets and more.