Many luxury hotels today have salons and spas that allow guests to rest and relax while on a business trip. Many hotels in the Indianapolis, IN area have spas that will pamper and provide guests with the ultimate in relaxation.
The Conrad has recently added a salon and spa to their 23 story hotel and conference center. The Evan Todd Spa and Salon is a “place where beauty and well-being converge.” Evan Todd uses Aveda products that are formulated from natural plant and flower extracts which will keep you in touch with nature.
The Westin offers an in-room spa which is perfect for guests with small children or those that don’t want to leave the room.The full explanation can be found at http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2011/9/prweb8844386.htm Prior to receiving a relaxing massage, guests are welcomed with a spa basket that contains a bottle of water, flowers and a letter suggesting ways to get the most out of the in-room spa experience. Other items in the spa basket include a relaxing CD and aromatherapy in the form of plant based oils and room sprays that allow the guest to completely relax in an environment they prefer.
Regardless of whether you prefer an in-room spa or one that is located in the hotel you are staying in, spas are intended to give the guest a relaxed, refreshed and revived feeling.