Mandara Spa Opens at Mohegan Sun

Photo courtesy of Mandara Spa & Salon

Marking the brand’s 57th location, Mandara Spa & Salon has opened in the Sky Tower at Mohegan Sun (Uncasville, CT). The spa will serve as the main spa on property and join its outpost Earth Tower Spa, which opened in February 2017, introducing a wellness concept that is technologically advanced, yet rooted in traditional Balinese healing and infused with holistic and new age experiences.

The 16,015-square-foot retreat includes 13 treatment rooms where services are performed using Elemis products; men’s and women’s calming lounges with salt inhalation therapy walls; locker rooms with saunas, steam rooms, and hydropools; a spa reception with a retail area; a full-service salon; and a fitness center.  An updated plan allows for creative spacing of the relaxation lounges and the addition of features with optimal health benefits such as the Salt Inhalation Therapy wall from Salt of the Earth. Combined square-footage of the spa and fitness center spans 19,000-square-feet.

“The Spa & Salon on the third floor of Mohegan Sun’s Sky Tower has been a place we have wanted to update and modernize for quite some time," says Jeff Hamilton, Mohegan Sun’s assistant general manager. "Mandara Spa, Kenneth Park Architects, and AZ Construction have certainly done that and more, as the space looks incredible. We’re very pleased to see it all come together, and we’re very excited for guests to experience the fully revamped spa and all of the world-class features and services Mandara Spa at Mohegan Sun will provide.”

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