The new Tenaya Stone Spa is now open at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa at Disneyland Resort!
This all-new, one-of-a-kind retreat was designed by Disney Imagineers who gathered inspiration from the spirit of nature, indigenous cultures of California and the iconic Craftsman design of the hotel. This full-service spa is a rejuvenating haven, where you can enjoy a spa day your way and choose from an array of luxuriating body treatments, massage and salon services, all performed in this serene setting. To learn more about the soothing spa treatments and the interior design elements, be sure to see our recent stories on the Disney Parks Blog!
Here to give us a tour is Tenaya Stone Spa Director Brett Perkins!
“Tenaya Stone Spa’s distinctive setting and experience encourages relaxation, revitalization, and restoring balance,” Perkins said. “Our customized treatments are designed to be stress-relieving, pampering and purposeful, combining a blend of therapies and products.”
Choose from a wonderful selection of treatments including the Tenaya River Stone Massage, Head, Hands & Feet With Heart Massage, Wild Honey and Mud Body Renewal, Step in Time Foot Massage or Avocado Lime & Honey Foot Treatment to name a few!
The spa is located near GCH Craftsman Bar & Grill where spa guests may enjoy a bite to eat before or after their spa treatment, just steps from the hotel’s entrance to Disney California Adventure park.
Tenaya Stone Spa features eight treatment rooms, two for couples massage, four manicure/pedicure chairs, a relaxation lounge, men’s and women’s changing rooms, and a retail boutique.
Appointments are now available for guests of the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort. The spa will open to the public at a later date. For more information and a complete list of services, please visit Disneyland.com/TenayaStoneSpa.
We look forward to welcoming you to Tenaya Stone Spa!
At this time, all spa guests are required to wear approved face coverings during their entire visit, regardless of vaccination status. Visit Disneyland.com/updates for other important information to know before visiting the Disneyland Resort.
So impressive and the culmination of a lot of hard work! We were guests in the hotel last week and just missed the opportunity to experience the new spa. Hats off to Director Brett Perkins, the design team/Imagineers, the skilled craft labor, and all others who worked to weave together the cultural and iconic elements. The four stone types incorporated into the theme is a well thought out connection. I think the phrase is, “authentically Disney, distinctly Tenaya.” 😉