One block from the warm springs in an historic building. Treatments include facials, pedicures, manicures, and various wraps. Massage — ranging from therapeutic to aroma-stone and raindrop therapy to Reiki and reflexology — is an art form at Atasia. Berkeley Springs’ healing waters fill private whirlpools, generate steam in the new Eucalyptus Steam room, and provide a luxurious rinse from 5 shower heads to complement mud treatments and sugar scrubs. Atasia is the dream of master massage therapist, Frankie Tan, who designed and built the spa with its unique blend of Asian and western decor. All of Atasia’s therapists are licensed in their specialties.
The original warm mineral springs are centerpiece of various treatments offered to the public in two facilities operated by the state of West Virginia. The newly renovated main bathhouse provides sauna, baths and female massagers for women on one side and male massagers for men on the other. The historic Roman Bath House on the north end of the park has 9 individual, 750-gallon walk-in tubs in private chambers available by the half hour. The park is located in the heart of town and also has an outdoor pool open in summer, a public tap for free spring water and open pools of springs run-off. Budget conscious spa goers love the park’s modest prices.
For sheer pampering pleasure, nothing beats A Renaissance Spa at the Country Inn of Berkeley Springs. Sitting high above the town, spa guests are presented with a fantastic view and treated daily to famed mineral whirlpool baths for two set in private rooms, full body massages, facials, manicures, pedicures, waxing and various beauty treatments. All are provided by certified and trained professionals.