We just went for an overnight and spa getaway. They overcrowded the spa to such an extent on Saturday with day guests that the 8 (absurdly inadequate to begin with) beds in the relaxation room were constantly taken. Often with day guests wearing jeans and sneakers. We rearranged couches by the juice bar to have a spot to chat in our group of 4. The hot tub was similarly over capacity, which made it unappealing, especially when combined with the inopportune location next to the toilets, deep in the locker room.
Exercise classes (yoga Saturday and cardio Sunday am) were fine, but the $27.23 (?) charge is absurd given the product and what you're paying for everything else.
We chose to go to the (non-restful) casino nearby for dinner because the menu of the Inn's restaurant was so appealing. Further, the decor is out of date and stodgy, making it completely unappealing for our Saturday evening.
- Also Known As:
- The Spa At Norwich Hotel Norwich
- The Spa At Norwich Hotel
- Spa Norwich
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Spa at Norwich Inn is located on 42 country acres filled with perennial gardens and ponds. Oak trees, a reflecting pool and oversized deck compliment the atmosphere of the spa and promote the ultimate in relaxation. World class spa treatments are available from a wide assortment of services such a massages, body wraps and polishes, facials and many more. ... more less
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