Are You tired of the COVID Pandemic and the stress of social distancing? Do you need a place to relax with friends or family? Then The Sojo Spa Club in Edgewater NJ is a little paradise for those who wants to relax and unwind. The spa will give you an experience to remember. Here are some of the highlight.
The Best SPA Experience Ever
Enjoy the relaxing savor of the waterfall by the outdoor swimming pool. It’s your little oasis and place to rejuvenate.
Your Dream Spa-cation is Here
My experience at Sojo Spa Club has led me to share with you in this blog. There are so many relaxing activities at this spa. You will need an entire weekend to fully enjoy most of the amenities.
How To Get To The Sojo Spa Club
I live in NYC and it took me 1 1/2 hours drive by bus to get to NJ. A train ride to Times Square 42nd street connects you to the 158 bus at the Port Authority. The bus drops you directly across from the spa. If you drive, you will have to worry about parking as there are no parking on the spa’s facility.
Is There A Hotel at Sojo Spa Club?
The spa does offer hotel accommodation but was a bit expensive at the time of my visit. However, you book accommodations with The Comfort Inn Hotel which is almost directly across the street from Sojo Spa. It is around 5-6 minutes walk from the Comfort Inn. More importantly, it was a very affordable stay at that time. Check their website as they most often have promotions that can save you money on bookings. There are a lot of airbnbs in NJ if you are going with large groups of people. but the Sojo Hotel and
How Much? How Do You Pay? Sojo Spa Memberships.
Just bear in mind, that going to the Sojo spa on the weekend cost you bit more than visiting during the week. The one day spa pass will cost you between $70-$85 depending on the day of the week.You can purchase a gift card online with a credit card and you will get either a email or text confirmation. or you can pay onsite when you arrive.
Check their website frequently. They sometimes have deals for online purchases. This one day pass will give you free access to most of the Spa’s amenities such as: Infinity pools, hot baths, and a fitness center. However, you will have to pay extra for luxury items such as massages.
There are options to join their membership where you pay a monthly subscription fee. This is best for those who frequently visits spas.
What to Expect When You Visit.
After you pay your fee and get checked in, you will be assigned to a locker for you to put your belongings. The lockers are not big, so please do not bring a huge bag or luggage.
You are required to bring your own sandals and swimwear. Please check Sojo’s etiquette policy for dress code. In your locker you will find a white robe that you can wear over your swim trunks as you explore the Spa’s amenities.
Enjoy Some You-Time
Relax and chill by one of Sojo bathhouse’s many outdoor pools and enjoy the tranquilizing ice cold water fall.
You can also enjoy their cold, warm and hot baths. My favorite cold bath is the deep plunge. You jump into a 20 feet deep ice cold square box and then immediately relax your muscles in one of the warm or hot baths.
This hot and cold therapy is said to help with stiffness and tension in your muscles.
Sojo Spa's Foot Massage Pathway
At first, walking on the foot massage path that is layered with different shaped rocks is a bit painful or uncomfortable.
It feels like needles penetrating the sole of your feet. But after a while, your feet become numb to the pain. But at the end, your feet will feel like you just had a hour foot massage.
Food and Dining
The Spa has a small food dining area, where you can grab a quick bite (pizzas, sandwiches, snacks and smoothies) and enjoy both indoor and outdoor dinning. However, in Edgewater NJ, there are a wide selection of restaurants such as The Brownstone Pancake Factory and The Outback Steak House. These and many more restaurants are within walking distance from the Spa.
Sojo Spa's Pools
The Hydrotherapy and infinity pools are my two favorite pools at Sojo to relax . The Infinity pool overlooks the Hudson river and you will be captivated by the spectacular panoramic view of the NYC skyline.
The Hydrotherapy Pool
The hydrotherapy pool was probably my most favorite. It’s a pool with seats that is similar to a jetted tub. Think of a fire truck hosing you down. The jets are so powerful that it hit every muscle in your back and legs. It leaves you very relaxed and tension free.
Other Sojo Spa Amenities
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