Kona Kai Resort & Marina completes upgrades, opens SpaTerre

Kona Kai Resort & Marina opened SpaTerre, a 7,020-square-foot spa facility and the signature spa brand of Noble House Hotels & Resorts. The venue offers a blend of Indonesian spa treatments, Thai rituals and ancient spa traditions.

Set amid the resort’s beach and marina, SpaTerre has six treatment rooms, two manicure stations and three pedicure stations. The 7,020-square-foot spa offers a couples suite, “Zen Den” relaxation room, Vichy wet room and a fitness center with MATRIX and TechnoGym equipment. Fitness classes and a spa boutique are offered in addition to the spa and fitness center.

Located at 1551 Shelter Island, San Diego, Kona Kai is situated at the tip of Shelter Island, offering marina and bay views. It recently completed the second phase of a $22-million refreshment.

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Noble House Hotels & Resorts was originally founded in 1979 by owner Patrick R. Colee. Officially transitioned in 1994, this Seattle, Wash.-based corporation owns and manages a portfolio of 16 properties, including the newly refurbished Kona Kai Resort & Marina and Riviera Palm Springs in Calif.,; Little Palm Island Resort & Spa in the Florida Keys; and The Edgewater in Seattle, Wash. 

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