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  • Traveler's Joy Honeymoon Registry

    Best New Spas of 2012 - Tree Spa at Hidden Pond - Maine - Condé Nast Traveler

  • Beth Driscoll

    Tree Spa at Hidden Pond, Kennebunkport, Maine : Condé Nast Traveler

  • Ryan Alexis

    massage room

  • Katrina Hogg

    Tree Spa at Hidden Pond Kennebunkport, Maine A shoebox spa secreted behind the resort’s stylish restaurant, next to a bountiful garden and graceful swimming pool (no children, please). Its three “treetop” treatment rooms, connected by wooden bridges, float eight feet above the ground. Log cabin meets Martha Stewart—rustic wood, natural fibers, and neutral (but seriously plush) linens. Shelves hold potions and salves made from botanicals and herbs.

  • Discover Luxury with Wegner Associates

    Overlooking the beach forest, is the new Tree Spa at Hidden Pond, Kennebunkport. The three treetop spa rooms, 8 feet above the ground, are connected by a catwalk woven through the trees. Guests can choose from a selection of massages, facials and body treatments that focus on the restoration of health,

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