Sanctuary Spa Unveils Renovations and Expansion

The renovation at Sanctuary Spa introduced a new Women's Quiet Room (pictured) to the property. // Photo courtesy of Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa

Just in time for spring and the season of renewal, Sanctuary Spa at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa (Paradise Valley, AZ) has unveiled a revitalized space for rejuvenation with a complete, top-to-bottom refurbishment and expansion. The renovation includes a new look through out the property, as well as the introduction of a brand new Women’s Quiet Room (pictured above).

Designed to be an intimate retreat, the spa features separate women’s and men’s spas with a total of 12 indoor and outdoor treatment rooms and a private, stone-walled outdoor treatment room called Sanctum. The redesign is the brain child of interior designer Lynne Beyer, who also designed the property’s jade bar and Table XII private dining room, as well as last year’s Spa Casita and Suites remodel. Mark Philp of Allen + Philps Architects acted as project architect.

Thanks to the renovation, The Women’s Spa has been expanded from 12,000 to 13,200 square feet and features the new Women’s Quiet Room and a steam room that spans twice the size of the original. The Quiet Room was designed as a windowless, cocoon-like space to offer spa-goers a tranquil alternative to the Women’s Lounge. Its design is a departure from the rest of the spa; sheer, off-white luminescent panels create privacy between the 12 chaise lounges, each of which comes accompanied by a small side table. In the Women’s Lounge, seating has been expanded to accommodate up to 20 guests. The Lounge’s exterior wall is made of floor-to-ceiling windows and glass bifold doors that maximize natural light.


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The Men’s Spa is keeping its original footprint but has been updated with all new furnishings and finishes. Most notably, the vestibule was opened up as it leads to the foyer. The Men’s Lounge features an all-new color scheme of greys and tans, the Men’s Jacuzzi was updated with new tile, and the Men’s Waiting Area features three new ergonomic chaises with neutral, leather-like covers that complement the charcoal textured carpet.

To see it for yourself, check out a video of the Forbes Four Star-rated spa below.


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