Sonoma Mission Inn’s Harvest Kur: Margaritaville Without A Glass

October 5, 2008 at 7:03 pm 1 comment

My husband and I were invited to a 5 p.m. wedding in Sonoma–it was a perfect opportunity to spend a beautiful, autumn day in wine country.   On the spur of the moment, we booked the Harvest Kur Couples spa treatment (described below) at the Sonoma Mission Inn.

The spa facilities at the Sonoma Mission Inn are beautiful.  The bathing ritual pools with steam and sauna are a treat, as are the outdoor pools and facilities.  It really is a relaxing, luxurious, full service spa.  You don’t feel fed through the tourist meat grinder–which is a sensation you unfortunately find in many wine country spa spots.

The staff was friendly and knowledgeable.  Our therapists greeted us and proceeded to explain the Harvest Kur.  We were scrubbed, soaked, wrapped, massaged and completely relaxed by the end of our treatment. We enjoyed the bathing ritual, showered, dressed and made it to the church on time.

Of all the spas in wine country, I find repeatedly that the Sonoma Mission Inn is a good, solid choice.  Due to its size, there is usually availability for short notice treatments.  The facilities are always immaculate and the therapists are skilled.  It’s a spa that actually feels like a spa.

Sometimes a splurge is worth it, and when you splurge, splurge on quality.


Couples Harvest Kur
(100 minutes / $495)
Embrace the healing of the ‘Valley of the Moon’. This fabulously regenerative treatment, using local products, begins with exfoliation to naturally stimulate the body’s immune system. Relax with a warm, fragrant grape seed oil infused bubble bath followed by a warm, nurturing grape seed mud body wrap concluding in total bliss with a full body massage using grape seed body oil. This treatment uses products that are high in antioxidants, vitamins C and E, which enhance well-being throughout your body, mental relaxation and spiritual balance.


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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Ms. Bar B  |  October 11, 2008 at 5:58 am

    Oh my goodness, I could really use that treatment right now =)


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