Cranwell Resort Unveils Newly Renovated Spa

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LENOX, Mass. – Cranwell Resort, Spa and Golf Club, home to one of the Northeast’s largest spas, has put the finishing touches on a three-month spa renovation designed to create more elegant and tranquil spaces that mirror the resort’s elegant heart-of-the-Berkshires setting.

Enhancements to the spa include doubling the size of the ladies locker area; increasing the size of the relaxation room; installing four personal vanities, each with granite counters, individual beveled mirrors, hairdryers and hair care products; and enlarging and renovating the Spa Café. A subtle color palette of russet and brown highlights the new spaces, which feature cozy and intimate seating areas with rolled armchairs, chaise lounges, velvet high back club chairs and woven ottomans.

To mark the renovation’s completion, the resort is offering a free 22-minute treatment to anyone who brings two friends to the spa for treatments now through June 2009. The new 22-minute treatments include 22-Minute Massage, a Somme Institute Facial, an Aromatherapy Scalp Massage and a Gentleman’s Manicure. All guests who book any spa or beauty treatment, including nail and salon appointments, receive full use of the spa with heated indoor pool, whirlpools, saunas and steam rooms.

A number of new innovative treatments have also been launched in conjunction with the renovation including a Bamboo Sugar Scrub designed to exfoliate and moisturize the skin, a 22-Minute Massage focusing on troublesome spots and a Thai Massage featuring therapeutic stretching to restore balance of the mind, body and spirit. One of the spa’s signature treatments is the Grand Mosaic which is an hour and 50 minutes of pure heaven. The treatment includes exfoliation, a full body mask to moisturize, followed by time in dry flotation bed and topped off with a full body massage. 

Samantha Cooper, the director of the Spa at Cranwell, invites spa enthusiasts to follow her recently-launched Twitter page,, where she will post exclusive beauty and wellness tips, as well as limited time offers and discounts available only through Twitter.

Nestled in the heart of the Berkshires in western Massachusetts, Cranwell Resort, Spa and Golf Club features on of the area’s largest spa. The Spa offers more than 50 spa services ranging from massages to detoxifying wraps and restorative body treatments. Fifty-eight of the resort’s guest rooms are linked to The Spa by heated, glass enclosed walkways featuring views of landscaped gardens and wood grounds. Highlights of the space include 16 treatment rooms, a 60-foot indoor pool with 20-foot glass wall, a state-of-the-art fitness center with daily classes, and Spa Shop offering a wide assortment of spa essentials.

Cranwell Resort, Spa & Golf Club is an all-season resort in the heart of the scenic and culturally rich Berkshires in Western Massachusetts. In addition to a graceful, historic Gilded Age Mansion, this AAA Four Diamond resort features 114 distinctive guest rooms set on 380 hilltop acres, a panoramic 18-hole Championship golf course, four restaurants, spacious rooms for conferences & weddings, and one of the largest resort Spas in the Northeast.

Cranwell is located just two and one-half hours from New York City and Boston in the historic New England village of Lenox, Massachusetts. For information, please call 800-572-8938 or visit the website at
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