EDGEWATER, NJ – There is a new relaxation destination in Northern New Jersey.  SoJo Spa Club opened its doors on Friday in Edgewater featuring a rooftop infinity pool,170-foot- long foot massage path, an outdoor hydrotherapy pool, 10 unique sauna and therapy rooms and a variety of outdoor hot tubs. The eight-story spa club/hotel also devotes an entire floor to family-friendly amenities including a kids pool, splash zone and water slide.

Calling itself a "unique rejuvenating urban resort," the 240,000-square- foot resort and hotel offers a panoramic waterfront view of the New York City skyline.

“We have taken some of the most coveted natural therapies from around the world and have made it possible to experience them in one marvelous location” said Atif Youssef, SoJo Spa Club General Manager. “You simply won’t find this variety of international influence and combination of amenities anywhere else in the area.”

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The SPA at SoJo Spa Club is the first in New Jersey to partner with ESPA, globally renowned for prestigious spas and exceptional skin treatments. Together they provide a wide variety of facials, massages and body treatments using premium ESPA products.

“Found in leading spas around the world, ESPA’s luxurious products and natural treatments blend harmoniously with The SPA at SoJo Spa Club,” said Sandra Sadowski, ESPA Director of Operations, The Americas. “ESPA is proud to be affiliated with spas of distinction, and this is a uniquely appointed and breathtaking urban resort like no other.”

SoJo Spa Club features specialty outdoor soaking experiences including hinoki wood, carbon-rich and silk baths that incorporate natural minerals providing healing comfort.  Guests can also enjoy specialty sauna rooms, such as Himalayan salt, red clay, white clay, far-infrared, and charcoal. Each sauna room offers unique health benefits, ranging from penetrating aching muscles to improving blood circulation.

A variety of dining options are available at multiple cafe lounges throughout the spa.  In addition, a light, seasonal menu created by SoJo Spa Club Executive Chef Nicholas Gatti is offered in SoJo Spa Club’s more intimate restaurant. Outdoor rooftop dining will be available to guests during the year’s warmer months.

“We are delighted to welcome guests to SoJo Spa Club,” said Youssef. “We are dedicated to providing the ultimate atmosphere for relaxation, exceeding expectations and making SoJo Spa Club the perfect luxurious escape for everyone.”

SoJo Spa Club is located at 660 River Road, Edgewater, NJ, less than five miles from the Lincoln Tunnel and George Washington Bridge. It is also conveniently located within five minutes of both ferry and light rail transportation, and within 25 miles of three international airports.

SoJo Spa Club is open 9 am to 11 pm, seven days a week, and offers both daily admission passes as well as annual memberships. Coming soon guests can stay overnight in one of 32 hotel guest rooms and suites, opening this Spring.

Visit www.SojoSpaClub.com for more information.