By Steve LitchfieldThe resort in Barbadosa, Florida, has long been known for its futuristic spa.
But now, the resort is getting a futuristic spa that uses technology that is supposed to help reduce the risk of illness and infection.
The spa, called the OptiMed, will be part of a new technology suite that is expected to be available for all Barbado resorts.
It’s designed to make wellness a more comfortable experience, said Barbara Koehler, the Resort’s chief marketing officer.
“We’re going to be doing things that are more comfortable and that can be done in a more natural, more natural setting,” Koehl said.
The spa will be a place for people to go in the morning and evening, and people can come and go as they please.
It’s not just the spa, the entire resort is going to have this technology suite, she said.
It will be the first resort in the state of Florida to do this.
It will have a spa and a wellness center that will be integrated with the resort’s dining, entertainment, recreation and entertainment.
Koehnert said OptiMedic will also provide visitors with access to a health care center, including a doctor’s office.
The technology suite will include a 3-D printer that can print the skin of people.
Koeshler said it’s important that OptiMeds are safe for everyone.
The resort has seen some of the highest cases of coronavirus in the world, so they’re not going to do a thing if you get a cold or get sick.
There will also be a full-service barber shop, where people can get their hair cut.
They can come in for an appointment and then have it done in their own room, Koeshl said, which is an option that has not been offered anywhere else.
This isn’t the first time a resort in Florida has built a new tech suite, but it’s the first of its kind in the United States.
In 2016, the state set aside $15 million to build an outdoor fitness center that includes a laser range, running track and a bar.
In 2018, the National Institutes of Health awarded $10 million for a program to help people get more fit.
In 2015, a team at the resort was featured in the HBO documentary, “The Big Short.”
It’s a look at how a financial crisis led to a financial meltdown, and it shows the resort had been working to develop a technology suite for a decade.
It has been an expensive venture.
In December, the cost of the OptitMed rose $6 million to $19 million, and the resort raised $2 million in venture capital.