Take a dip in the toasty jacuzzi after a vigorous mountain bike ride or strenuous hike. Your muscles will thank you later. Or just grab a glass of champagne and soak...no judgement here.
At night, turn on the overhead twinkle lights or LED candles for a romantic evening.
The steam shower is designed for a group of people to sit down and relax. With multiple shower heads and a bench set, friends can relax after exercise. The warmth helps to open capillaries, which allows blood to flow, removing the metabolic waste that builds up, causing muscle soreness.
The steam is also great for your skin. Hop in the shower to open your pores and then throw on a face mask for a revitalized glow.
Don't forget about aromatherapy! A few drops of eucalyptus and lavender will transport you to a tranquil
state of mind.
You might be wondering what the difference is between a sauna and a steam room. Both are used to promote sweating, but they use different types of heat to accomplish it. Saunas use dry heat produced from a stove to escalate the room’s temperature up to 195°F (90.5°C) with very low humidity. Steam rooms involve moist heat. They operate at lower temperatures, usually around 110 to 120°F (43 to 49°C) and 100 percent relative humidity.
Saunas raise your heart rate and your blood vessels dilate, causing an increase in blood flow to the skin. This helps with detoxification, increased metabolism, weight loss, increased blood circulation, pain reduction, antiaging, skin rejuvenation, improved cardiovascular function, improved immune function, improved sleep, stress management, and relaxation. Need I say more?
Pop-up Window to the Wet Bar
It's not a vacation without cocktails or mocktails! You won't be the first one to turn into a kid again and start ordering drinks from the wet bar pop-up window.
From shakers and shot glasses to strainers and beer steins, we have everything you need to play the role of bartender. Throw a bar mop over yorur shoulder and start taking orders!