Ojai Valley Inn Reopens Following Major Renovation

By Kurt Stolz on 25 February 2021
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The grounds of the Ojai Valley Inn

The Ojai Valley Inn announced its reopening following the completion of a $5 million renovation project.

The renovation work included what the hotel termed “a new, modern luxury inspired design” for Spa Ojai, the hotel’s spa.  The project included a complete redesign of the spa’s 24 treatment rooms and all public spaces.

The scope of the work included the addition of infrared saunas, new outdoor showers, and updates to the spa’s locker rooms.

In addition, with the reopening on Thursday, the spa is bringing back its Kuyam experience for individuals and small groups.  Kuyam is a Chumash Native American Indian word that means “a place to rest together,” and the spa’s offering incorporates therapeutic, self-applied desert clay with essential oils, intense dry heat, and inhalation therapy.

In addition to the refurbishment of the spa, the hotel renovated its Spa Penthouse Suites, which sit atop the spa itself.  Each 1,500-square-foot (232-square-meter) suite offers guests handmade woolen rugs and hardwood floors, bathrooms with Carrara marble; and outdoor lounge seating with a fire table.

Ojai, located in California’s Ojai Valley, is known for hiking, local organic farmers’ markets, and a city ordinance on chain stores.

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