A New Spa Experience Coming to Disney’s Saratoga Springs

This summer, guests at Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa will have a chance to relax in a brand new spa experience re-opening in July.

The spa at Saratoga Springs has been closed for renovations since January and when it reopens as Senses - A Disney Spa, it will feature 10 treatment rooms, steam rooms, whirlpools, relaxation lounges, and a nail salon.

Disney has recently taken over the running of all spas, salons and fitness centers at the Walt Disney World resort. Senses is a spa concept developed by Walt Disney Imagineering and engages all the senses and has three themes: relax, renew, or imagine.

Guests who choose the "relax" experience will be treated to a strawberry elixir, blue chakra lighting in the treatment rooms, and lavender essential oils in therapy. Snacks available in the relaxation area include "healthy" cupcakes and cucumber and basil water. Eco-friendly products from Eminence Organic and SpaRitual are being used in the spas and nail salons.

Ginger McLean, the group director of Senses spas at the Walt Disney World resort says the Senses experience "provides a convenient escape to relax, unwind, and enjoy some 'me time' to round out your total Disney vacation experience."

The following Walt Disney World resorts also have Disney owned and operated spas: Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge, Disney's Board Walk Resort; Disney's Contemporary Resort; Disney's Coronado Springs Resort; Disney's Wilderness Lodge; and Disney's Yacht & Beach Club Resorts.

Story by Traci C., Source

Kristen K. wrote on Mon, 04/22/2013 - 18:26:

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I'm really looking forward to visiting this new spa!

JoAnn C wrote on Mon, 04/22/2013 - 22:53:

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I'd like to try one of spas during one my trips.

JMUDukz wrote on Tue, 04/23/2013 - 23:31:

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This sounds like the perfect post run treat!!

RobynPrincess wrote on Thu, 05/30/2013 - 01:15:

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Will the treatments be the same price no matter the resort? If so, it would seem a no brainer for me to head to the grand Floridian for a treatment, as it certainly seems the nicest of the resorts :)

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