This venerable inn (opened in 1769) offers the supermarket sweep of spa vacation packages, Cloud 999. For US$999 (plus sales tax, service charge, and gratuities), you get a room for three nights and — ta-da! — US$999 worth of spa treatments. Shoehorning nearly US$1,000 worth of treatments into two and a half days isn't easy — even a massage junkie like me can't do two in one day — and spending every last cent can be tough. (Tip: Let waxing eat up that last US$30.) But the upside of having money to burn is that you can explore new treatments: I'd never had reflexology before, and now I'm a big fan. In all, I had 11 treatments, including the 80-minute Equinox Legend, an über-wrap culminating in a jet-propelled Swiss shower. The spa is a scaled-down replica of the classic clapboard and columned hotel — wain-scoted treatment rooms and Oriental rugs in the waiting room — and treatments are first-rate. Like Beaujolais nouveau and soft-shell crabs, Cloud 999 isn't in season year-round. (Check the website for availability.) And take my advice: Bring a friend and share the wealth. It will reduce the stress of scheduling so many treatments in such a short time.