The Newport Harbor Hotel and Marina has announced that they are teaming up with The Bodhi Spa to bring you a spa package that is worth repeating.  

“Our Heat up, Cool down, Relax, and Repeat package invites you and a guest to experience a cleansing and energizing experience like no other in Newport,” Newport Harbor Hotel and Marina wrote in a press release provided to What’s Up Newp.  

The package will include overnight guestroom accommodations at The Newport Harbor Hotel and Marina for two guests.  Upon arrival, they will welcome you with infused water that is not only delicious but also detoxifying.

Newport Harbor Hotel continues; “After check in, begin your journey at The Bodhi Spa, just a few minutes from the hotel, with their Water Journey to enjoy the ancient art of hydrotherapy.  Hydrotherapy is the art of healing through the application of water in any form. The action of heat dilates blood vessels, causing more blood to circulate near the surface of your skin.  The action of cold: constricts your capillaries, and shunts the blood to the core. The process of stimulating the circulatory system with hot and cold, detoxifies and bathes your cells in fresh oxygen-rich blood; bringing youthfulness to your mind and body”.

After your treatment is complete, return to your Newport Harbor Hotel guestroom where you will relax and restore with turn down service with a bottle of lavender spray. 

For more information or to book this package, visit or call (800) 955-2558.

About the Newport Harbor Hotel and Marina

Surrounded by the historical cobblestone streets of downtown Newport, the Newport Harbor Hotel and Marina neighbors everything to experience in the city.  The 133-room hotel overlooks Newport Harbor and is a 5-minute walk from the Long Wharf Mall Shopping Center and a 4-minute walk from the Block Island ferry.  Amenities include a seafood restaurant, meeting space, a marina and a heated indoor saltwater pool, plus a sundeck, saunas and laundry facilities. Find out more information about the Newport Harbor Hotel and Marina by visiting or calling (800) 955-2558. 

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