Is there alcohol at SoJo spa?
No alcohol served at Sojo – total detox!
What should I wear to SoJo spa?
Face covering while you are face up is required. You may choose to wear your mask or have a clean towel placed over your face. As always, clean and sanitized linens are used for every guest.
How do you get to SoJo Spa from Manhattan?
SoJo Spa Club is conveniently located along the route for NJ Transit Bus 158 from Port Authority in Manhattan. Take Bus 158 (must purchase a Zone 3 ticket) to the River Rd at Archer St stop near Mitsuwa Marketplace. NJ Transit Bus 158 is typically at Gate 202 Door 1.
What is SoJo spa?
SoJo Spa Club offers an unparalleled wellness experience with over 140,000 square feet of pools, specialty baths, saunas, treatment rooms, lounging and dining areas 365 days a year. Our expansive state-of-the-art facility has been thoughtfully designed as a fully immersive holistic health experience.
What do I wear for a spa day?
Plus, you’re likely to spend much of your time in a robe once you’re at your selected spa. Spas want their guests to be as comfortable as possible, so non-restrictive garments (such as yoga bottoms, lounge pants, T-shirts, sweatshirts and hoodies) are encouraged at most resorts.
How much do you tip at a Korean spa?
Fees at Korean spas tend to be lower than those at mainstream spas. Getting in the door usually costs about $15. Body scrubs cost about $30 and an oil massage $40, but clients are expected to tip at least 20%.
What should I bring to a spa?
What should I bring?
- You’ll be given a robe, slippers, and towel as soon as you arrive, but you’re welcome to bring your own, if you prefer. …
- If you plan on making use of the spa’s amenities, be sure to pack gym clothes, a swimsuit or toiletries like a toothbrush and deodorant.
When did SoJo Spa Club open?
Who owns SoJo spa?
E. Rae Jo of Alpine
How do you get to Mitsuwa from Manhattan?
To get there, you have to take the New Jersey Transit bus from the Port Authority. It’s line 158 and the round trip ticket costs $ 9. The bus stops in front of Mitsuwa – follow Google Maps to know when to request the stop. The journey takes about 30 minutes.