The Spa at Serenbe now has 12 treatment rooms across 3,000+ square feet, with new amenities.
Four years ago, the Spa at Serenbe announced a move from Selborne to Mado that meant a larger space with more treatment rooms, indoor and covered outdoor lounges, and new amenities. Having that bigger space led to more bookings, and now they’ve expanded again to accommodate a “boom in business.”
"Over the last two years, our business at the spa doubled and we’re sold out every weekend,” said Garnie Nygren, owner of the Spa at Serenbe, shared with Spa Business magazine.
It’s no surprise that bookings have increased. Recent research from the International Spa Association (ISPA) found the US spa market is in its strongest-ever position and worth over a record-breaking $20.1billion, according to Spa Business. That demand for wellness services coupled with Serenbe’s bucolic resort setting turns any spa experience into an unforgettable getaway, where guests can have a massage and grab a cold pressed juice before taking a relaxing walk in the woods. And with all the Inn at Serenbe packages that include Spa treatments, that walk could even lead to a luxurious overnight stay.
“These new offerings are encouraging guests to book additional services and stay longer for a more relaxing full spa experience versus our historical single service bookings,” said Garnie.
The Spa at Serenbe now has 12 treatment rooms across 3,000+ square feet, with new amenities including a walk-in sauna, large steam room, a second expansive indoor lounge, an updated outdoor relaxation porch, lockers for guests to store personal items, and a private couples lounge and treatment room that guests can book, with premium couple’s spa packages also available. Other new treatments include an expanded ashiatsu barefoot massage, cosmetic injectables, and updated products such as Osea Malibu, LukBeautifood, Naturopathica, and the farm-to-face line, Laurel Skincare. They also carry Bathorium and an expanded line of clean makeup with Sappho.
A Serenbe expansion wouldn’t be complete without the gorgeous interior design standards the community is known for.Mister & Mrs. Sharp provided the original interior design, and the tranquil look was continued throughout the expansion with additional furnishing and selections by J. Layne Designs and stunning ceramic wall artworks by local artist and resident Rachel Garceau.
The Spa at Serenbe is open for appointments 7 days a week. Visit spaatserenbe.com to book services, and to book an Inn at Serenbe package firstname.lastname@example.org and The Inn concierge will coordinate a wellness stay.