Don't hesitate to make guests aware of the spa using different media. A call to action and an incentive is always a must. Tent cards will stand out better than flat menus that disappear into the standard room setup and a small gift will do wonders. Short videos shown on a flat screen in the lobby of spa treatments where guests tend to stand and wait will whet their appetite. Information should be readily available at the activities, front desk and with the concierge services who need to be briefed regularly, made part of the spa team and have regular treatments in the spa so they can genuinely recommend and generate personal packages for their guests. Placing spa information at key points should be a daily ritual. Breakfast is a great time to make the rounds an connect with guests while they plan their day. Knowing availability and being able to book a service right then and there is a great way to kick off the day.
An architect design floor plan can be found on the internet and in architectural magazines. One set of plans located on the web, Sage Springs Club and Spa, show a luxuriously appointed club and spa. The first floor of this spa/gym has a large luxurious lobby and reception area., a spa and fitness store that sells exercise clothing and various other spa products. Also on level one of this spa are a relaxation lounge, massage therapy rooms, wet room with vicy shower and a pedicure/manicure room.