Boston Club Completes Its Renovations


BOSTON — The Health Club & Spa Rowes Wharf in the Boston Harbor Hotel has completed its renovations and has appointed Tom Foley as director to oversee the services and facilities.

The new club features 20,000 square feet of equipment and facilities. Included in the renovations are new treatment rooms and massage tables; fitness equipment with personal television screens; ergonomic free weights; new manicure and pedicure equipment; and a new tiled Jacuzzi and swimming pool, according to the company.

Guests will also find personal attendants that cater to their individual needs in the refurbished locker rooms.

In addition to the full host of natural treatments for the face and body (including aromatherapy, thalassotherapy, massage, facials, and body, hand and foot treatments), the health club will also offer a regimen designed specifically for teenagers. Another package growing in popularity that the club will offer is group treatments, such as bridal packages and couples massages.

Foley, an industry vet, served as the general manager of the Boston Sports Club at Downtown Crossing prior to his appointment at this facility. In that position he oversaw the day-to-day activities for the 2,500-member facility, implemented a new customer service initiative, and drove sales forward through active management and staff development, according to Paul Jacques, general manager of Boston Harbor Hotel.

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