Qua Baths & Spa Does It Like The Romans

Last updated: May 4, 2012 at 6:14 pm. Posted by in Atlantic City Hotels, Caesars Atlantic City, Spas & Salons. No Comments on Qua Baths & Spa Does It Like The Romans.

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What’s old is new again. Usually. Except for wearing your overalls backwards. That never did come back into style, did it?

Anyway, forget the early ’90s. We are going back to ancient Roman times. What rituals could possibly be cool (warm, or hot in this case as well) enough to resurface, you ask? Baths. Roman baths.

Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Atlantic City is the only spa in AC that features three pools of varying temps to tap into “social spa-ing”, a new concept in the spa world that uses water to relieve every day stress.

The largest bath, the tepidarium, is filled with warm water that rejuvinates natural components of the skin.

Qua Roman Baths

Don't get all wrinkly in there.

If you need to relax (or you are just old), the Caldarium (hot bath), is the one for you. It soothes tired muscles and joints.

And if you need a jump start, take a dive (but not really) into the Frigidarium. Bathing in cold water invigorates the body and restores energy.

You are welcome to use these baths with the purchase of any spa treatment. Good deal. We like the Romans. (Baths AND toga parties).

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