• Ocean Place Resort & Spa Completes $4 Million Spa Renovation

     
    POSTED October 23, 2016
     

Ocean Place Resort & Spa in Long Branch, N.J., has completed its $4 million renovation on their spa. The remodeled space now offers oceanfront views of the Atlantic, spa treatments, a full-service salon, a fitness center, indoor pool with a heated soaking tub and an outdoor pool with a Jacuzzi.

The Spa at Ocean Place offers a range of ocean-inspired treatments including massages, scrubs, wraps, herbal soaks and facials. Popular treatments include the Fire & Ice Facial and a selection of Sebastian Kneipp Herbal Soaks.

The 14,000-square-foot spa now has 13 treatment rooms, some with soaking tubs and three of which are made for couples. They also offer steam rooms and his-and-hers lockers. They have reimagined the design of the spa, which now features calming tones and ocean-centric décor.

Customizable packages, including those for bachelorette parties, are available. Selections can include meals, overnight stays, exclusive use of the spa and even yoga on the beach. For additional information, head to oceanplace.com.

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