The pool is nearly as relaxing as the massage.
Massages should be mandatory. Like jury duty.
More specifically, massages at the Sense Spa at Rosewood
Tucker's Point should be mandatory.
I was so relaxed by the end of mine that I could barely breathe.
I was also about four seconds away from proposing to my masseuse,
But let's start from the beginning. The Sense Spa is a revamp of
the original spa at Rosewood. They launched in April with a whole
new menu of spa treatments inspired by Bermuda.
I'm not sure what to say about actually entering the spa, except
that it's very peaceful. Terenay booked me in quickly and I was
given my locker key.
If you're not a seasoned spa-goer, don't forget to bring your
own flip-flops. Theirs look uncomfortable.
After filling out the medical form and getting some juice and a
cold towel, Mai arrived to take me on the most blissful 50 minutes
of my life.
Among the treatments Sense offers, like the fusion massage and
the Bay Grape Indulgence, was the intriguingly named Bermuda Pawpaw
massage. Pawpaw? In a massage?
Right up until the second my massage started I was sure the best
use for pawpaw was cooked by my Granny in a casserole, with
It's not. (Sorry, Granny.)
I'm honestly not even sure where and when the Pawpaw came into
play, but Mai had fingers of magic.
There was soothing music, the room smelled delicious and I'm not
sure what the blankets they use are made of, but it's softer than a
bag of kittens.
Apparently Bermuda pawpaw is infused with Vitamins C and A.
According to the Sense spa menu, this massage uses light-to-medium
strokes. I'd say it was light-to-medium hard strokes, but either
way, it felt amazing.
I finished off my fabulous spa day by relaxing by the spa's pool
with a drink and a meal - both good, not great.
If you need to relax, a massage at the Sense Spa is the way to