THE SPA AT OMNI TUCSON NATIONAL ACHIEVES PRESTIGIOUS FOUR-STAR MOBIL AWARD
Tucson, AZ (January 31, 2008) - With enchanting ambiance and refined service, it is no wonder that The Spa at Omni Tucson National Resort continues to achieve high popularity and status. This rejuvenating sanctuary has been recognized as the only spa in Tucson and one of only 84 hotel and resort spas in the United States and Canada to receive the renowned 2008 Mobil Four-Star Award. The Spa accompanies the Alvadora Spa at Royal Palms, The Centre for Well-Being at the Phoenician, The Sanctuary Spa at Camelback Mountain, The Spa at the Four Seasons Troon and the Willow Stream Spa at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in this achievement.
A window’s view from Omni Tucson National serves as the prime inspiration for the Spa’s most captivating restorative experience. Nestled inside a majestic desert oasis and beyond the dramatic backdrop of the Santa Catalina Mountains, guests return again and again to encounter serenity for the mind, body and spirit.
Spa Director Laurie Hicks and her team of therapists proudly provide unique services for all occasions. Guests may indulge, relax or re-connect at this invigorating gem with signature hot-stone massages, body treatments, herbal wraps and facials. The Desert Stone Massage, signature treatment native to Tucson, provides a unique method of relieving stress and tense muscles with warm, smooth, basalt lava stones and the gentle pressure of a skilled therapist. The result is an ultimate form of relaxation and escape.
Whether it is to replenish after a long day of golf, re-energize for a special event, or pamper after a day of hard work, the Spa at Omni Tucson National is the perfect journey. With 11 treatment rooms in 13,000 square feet of this gorgeous spa setting, soft colors and soothing aromas blend with luxurious elements of design enhanced by the surrounding desert.
As Omni Tucson National Resort continues to evolve, phase one of a sixty million dollar transformation will be completed this winter. Tucson National Golf Club will re-open mid-February with an entirely new re-model, exclusive golf memberships and a state of the art golf shop featuring wood flooring, natural lighting, and nostalgic art from the Club’s rich history. Guests can also enjoy alfresco dining at Legends Bar & Grill, an eclectic wine bar, a chic upscale steakhouse and 79 expansive Mountain Vistas overlooking the Sonoran Desert. As accolades and guest reviews rave about the 2007 Omni Tucson National Spa experience, further praise is sure to be revealed as it undergoes its final round of renovations in 2008 and 2009. For more information in reserving a spa getaway, call the Omni Tucson National Resort at (520) 297 – 2271 or visit the Tucson hotel web site.