Terrasse Spa at the Tidewater Inn Opens Friday, June 19

USA, Easton, Maryland. June 22, 2020

Tidewater Inn is pleased to announce the official opening of a full-service luxury spa in the heart of downtown Easton. Located inside the Tidewater Inn, Terrasse Spa is now scheduled to open Friday, June 19, 2020 at 101 East Dover Street.

Upon its opening, the staff will be trained to follow extensive cleaning and safety procedures to ensure a safe environment for guests and associates. Terrasse Spa has been deep cleaned and disinfected and is ready to open under strict health and cleanliness requirements.

Terrasse Spa will be opening with limited services and amenities in the face of COVID-19 and Governor Hogan's guidance for phase 2 re-opening. Under phase 2, Terrasse Spa will be limiting the use of locker rooms and the relaxation room. Terrasse Spa is looking forward to offering its extensive list of services and amenities as restrictions continue to lift per the guidance of local and state officials.

Originally the John Moll Board Room and Dover Club, Terrasse Spa will feature four treatment rooms offering the finest treatments from restorative massage, rejuvenating facials and invigorating body treatments. The Tidewater Inn had a vision to create a spa destination that will awaken the senses combining tranquility, relaxation and hospitality for hotel guests and locals. Terrasse Spa will be managed by the team who operates The Spa at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club in Stevensville.

Enlisting an experienced team to bring this vision to life, Tidewater Inn partnered with Mark Smith and Tru Design Concepts, who also designed Studio Two located in the adjacent space; DAS Architects, responsible for many of Tidewater Inn's renovations to date; and Restoration Hardware for all furnishings and fixtures. Interiors will feature an array of blues and grays with accents of weathered oak and bronze. Guests will enter through a beautiful enclosed terrace on Dover Street into the reception area featuring a custom front desk, open retail shelving and seating. Following check in, guests will be escorted to the women's and men's locker rooms to change into custom Frette robes before making their way to the relaxation lounge. The relaxation lounge features multiple seating clusters including chaise lounges shaped to follow the body's contours and padded to cradle in comfort. Guests can enjoy light refreshments and snacks in the relaxation lounge before and after spa treatments.

Licensed massage therapists and estheticians will use the highest quality products for each service, including Naturopathica, Waxing Kara and CBD Care Garden.

For more information, please visit www.tidewaterinn.com/terrasse-spa or call 410.822.1300. The Terrasse Spa and Tidewater Inn are located at 101 East Dover Street, Easton, MD 21601.



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Director of Marketing
Tidewater Inn
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E: csimmons@baybeachclub.com
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