When it comes to testing out new and noteworthy spa treatments, Im your guinea pig. Ive been scrubbed down with pulverized seashells and moisturized with a wine-based body wrap. Once I even let an overzealous therapist named Olga talk me into pouring paraffin all over my faceresulting in the realization that I am a tad claustrophobic.
Devised by the plumbing pros at TAG, the computer-controlled unit is equipped with 18 shower heads programmed to shoot water at different levels of intensity, temperature, and height (a little higher, near the shoulders please). Naturally, I had to give it a whirl, if only to brag to my girlfriends that I took a salary-worthy shower.
Intensity would be an apropos word to describe the experience, from the somewhat daunting control panel (will it be relaxation, invigoration, circulation?) to the kamikaze-like, cold-water deluge that rained down on my head at one point, prompting me to leap out of the shower. But once I had the right mix figured outgranted, it took a few triesthe one-of-a-kind spritzing was akin to a great hydro massage.
Bottom line: If you happen to find yourself at one of the handful of hotels around the world featuring this pricey contraption, its worth checking out. Tuckers Point now has a few treatments that incorporate the indulgent device, including a sublime Tropical Rain Splash Therapy offering. Youll emerge feeling like $100,000.
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