Photos: New Poolside Spa Cabanas At Elbow

July 24, 2012

The Spa at Elbow Beach has introduced five new Poolside Spa Cabanas and a poolside Finishing Touches Suite for nail treatments.

A spokesperson said: “Guests can experience the ultimate in comfort and relaxation in one of five poolside spa cabanas located at the Eastern end of the resort’s free-form temperature-controlled swimming pool.

“The cabanas offer a multitude of amenities including an ample supply of large pool towels, sun block, magazines and a private bathroom with full shower. A mini-fridge stocked with complimentary water and sodas as well as a fresh fruit platter is also included.

“The spa cabanas are large enough to accommodate up to six people and are equipped with wireless internet, telephone, safe, personal music system and a flat screen television with over 200 channels of high definition cable. Video and board games can also be arranged.

“Food and beverage service from Blue Point Poolside Restaurant is also available and a dedicated cabana concierge will be standing by to assist with any additional requests. The full-day, 10am to 5pm, Poolside Spa Cabana experience is available for $400 per day.”

Guests can experience a variety of spa treatments in the privacy of their cabana including Indian Head Massage, Reflexology, Oriental Essence Massage, Mandarin Oriental Manicure and Pedicure, Holistic Hand Treatment with Hot Stones and the Holistic Foot Treatment with Hot Stones

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  1. BdaLuvin says:

    $400 per day that is insane! is this fee on top of the $700-900 per night hotel rate?

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  2. Rard says:

    Indian Head Massage? Hmmm, who would want to get massaged with an Indian head?

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  3. boston baked bean says:

    I was recently off island and experienced the BEST pedicure I've ever had -- total almost 90 minutes. When she was finished and I asked how much I owed her, she seemed rather hesitant and replied "$30??" And this was at a spa! $400 is TOTALLY insane and I'm sure it's on top of the nightly hotel rate. The hotels on this island give you NOTHING for free. They should be embarrassed to publicize this.

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  4. i gotta be me says:

    I think you've all got it all wrong. I could be mistaken but it is not $400 for a pedicure and hotel guests do not pay extra for the use of its pool. The $400 is for a day pass type of thing which entitles you and 5 of your friends to use of the pool cabanas & pool for the day. The cost is in line with similar private facilities I have used in the Cote d'Azur, Palm Beach and California. If you are 6 people it works out to about $60 per day. You can have a good time, order from the restaurant, shower change and go home feeling all relaxed without sand, salt and lugging a cooler around. You also don't have the expense of belonging to a club year round or building and maintaing your own pool! For a family outing during these super hot months it's not bad value. IMO.

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  5. Nicole says:

    Has anyone been? I can't find pictures or reviews of actually using the cabanas.

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