Narande Spa wants to know who you are. That's because, due to the diversity of the spa's services, its massage therapists and aestheticians can do a better job when they understand what their clients' lifestyles are like. Case in point: the spa's 15 distinct massage treatments, which range from a golfer’s massage that targets golf-specific muscles to a desert-stone-therapy treatment that removes the cactus prickles that people who don't drink enough water eventually develop. Aestheticians play the same game, choosing from vitamin-C facials and mineral-rich marine water facials, among others, depending on whether they're treating wrinkles, dryness, or another skin woe.
The treatments are appealing enough, but small touches make visits to the spa even more enticing. Clients don soft robes and slippers upon arrival, and throughout their treatments, they can munch on food from the Market Cafe—located, like the spa, within The Buttes hotel.