Fundamental Concept behind Spa Castle

Culturally Infused, Family-friendly Urban Resort

Bathhouses have been in existence for almost 2000 years, with the Romans and Greeks at its European forefront, and the Japanese at the Asian’s. The Roman baths in particular, were known to have been extravagant architectural monuments that stood as an essential pillar of society. These were not just places to bathe and heal, but were a meeting grounds where business was conducted, social gatherings made, and philosophical discussions exchanged – all to help invigorate the body, mind, and soul. Most of the bathhouses were impressively designed and ornately decorated, while still all the while functional.

Japanese and Koreans were, and still are, known for their bathing culture and near obsessive dedication to cleanliness. Heated waters were believed to have the power to cure illness, while the bathing rituals would rid the body of any impurities found inside and out. As running water became more common within homes, bathhouses transformed into destination locations with many accommodations to complement the traditional water-based fixtures.

Despite this transition, bathhouses still remained more functional than full-of-frills luxurious, focusing on the fundamental traditions of achieving cleanliness and furthermore, health.

Spa Castle introduces this “spa” culture to the United States, enhancing it with a modern twist and resort-found amenities to become a destination escape for those seeking a vacation close to home. Spa Castle offers a one-stop facility that includes hydrotherapy spa pools, sauna rooms, fitness center, eateries, bar, day spa, and much much more.

The beauty and allure of one of Spa Castle’s grand facilities lie in its ability to engage new comers to participate in all its unique features, making the exciting experience of just venturing through its marble floors enough to get visitors entranced. Spa Castle has allowed for all cultures to open up their palates to the unfamiliar, which is the most refreshing feature of the facility.