These private saltwater tubs are located in our outdoor spa garden. Enjoy a solo soak in your own private oasis, have an outdoor date night, or bring three of your closest friends!
The garden pass gives access to a Private Saltwater Hot Tub and our communal dry/steam sauna.
The hot tubs are made of a composite material for easy cleaning and sanitizing between guests.
Each pass includes a 60 minute visit with each appointment spaced at a minimum of 30 minutes apart to ensure proper cleaning of the entire tub area. Both the tubs and the sauna are located outside, in our spa garden.
A robe, two towels and slippers are provided to each guest.
Showers are required before entering the garden so arriving 15-20 minutes before the start time of your garden pass is recommended. Bathing suits are required.
Garden Pass for 1 Person (60 Minutes) - $55
Garden Pass for 2 People - (60 Minutes) $105
Garden Pass for 3 People - (60 Minutes) $140
Garden Pass for 4 People - (60 Minutes) $185
5 Pack Pass for 1 person - (60 Minutes) $275
10 Pack Pass for 1 person - (60 Minutes) $495
The multi pass packages are good for the client that purchased only, they cannot be used for family members or guests. Multi-pass holders can bring a guest for $50/session.
The packs will expire 12 months after the date of first use.
Please read below before booking.
***Our online booking times indicate a 2 hour appointment, this is to ensure we have enough time between guests to thoroughly sanitize the tub area. THIS DOES NOT MEAN YOUR APPOINTMENT IS 2 HOURS LONG, it is a 60 minutes appointment from the start time of your booking****
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the temperature of the tubs?
The tubs get up to 104 degrees Fahrenheit. You can drop the temperature by a few degrees if it is too hot for you.
How much time do I have in the spa garden?
The spa garden passes are good for 60 minutes. Your pass includes access to the saltwater tubs and the dry/steam sauna.
Can I combine use of the tubs with a massage, facial or day package?
Yes you can, however, we require that other spa services be received after using the tubs. This is to ensure the cleanliness of our water and to make sure our massage lotions and oils do not end up in the tub even after a quick rinse in the shower.
Are bathing suits required?
Yes, bathing suits are required.
Do I have to shower before entering the spa garden?
Yes, showers are required before using the spa garden. We recommend arriving 15-20 minutes before the start time of your garden pass. If you are coming with additional people we recommend the entire group arrives 25-30 minutes early. If you are running late we do our best to accommodate your group but we may have to reduce the time of your visit depending on your arrival time.
What happens if it rains?
The tubs remain open rain or shine and we have to say... the rain and snow are pretty amazing in the tubs. The tubs are open to the sky so we do recommend bringing a hat if you prefer to have the rain or sun out of your face.
If lightening and thunder should occur during your visit, you must exit the tub until it passes.
Can I bring alcohol?
No, alcohol is strictly prohibited.
Can I bring food?
Food is allowed in the spa garden but not in the private tub area. Please email or call ahead if food will be brought to the spa.
Can I book a private party in the spa garden?
Yes, our spa garden can be rented for private events. Please email or call for details.
Can I add bath salts to the tub?
No, nothing can be added to the tub water.
Are the tubs private?
Yes, the tubs are private but the garden and sauna are communal. We have the appointments staggered in start times so that the sauna can be enjoyed by all at different times.
Is there chlorine in the tubs?
Our saltwater hydrotherapy tubs do not use the type of chlorine typically used in pools and hot tubs. Our salt system produces a natural chlorine to maintain cleanliness without the chlorine smell.
The tub water is constantly cleaned through continuous circulation every 10-15 minutes.
If I am pregnant can I use the tubs or sauna?
Due to the high temperatures of the tubs and sauna, pregnant women should not enter the hot tub or sauna without prior medical consultation and permission from their doctor.
Are there any health concerns that would prevent me from using the hot tubs or sauna?
Those suffering from heart disease, diabetes, high or low blood pressure should seek permission from their doctor before using the tubs.
Spa Garden Policy:
We pride ourselves on providing a safe, respectable environment to ensure the comfort and relaxation of each guest. Alcohol consumption and/or lewd behavior in the Spa Garden, Sauna, and Soaking Tubs is strictly prohibited, and will not be tolerated. Alchemy reserves the right to end/refuse service to any guests suspected of violating this policy.
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