Palm Springs, CA
Downtown Palm Springs is getting a big boost this Tuesday, April 4th with the much anticipated opening of The Spa at Séc-He. The luxury spa is located at the brand new Agua Caliente Cultural Plaza and will be operated by Agua Caliente Casinos.
The new development owned by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, a federal recognized Indian tribe, is massive, encompassing 40,000 square feet off Indian Canyon in Downtown Palm Springs.
According to the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, “The Spa at Séc-he features 22 private mineral baths, 15 treatment rooms, a cryotherapy chamber, two float pod suites, a boutique fitness area, a grounding room, an acoustic wellness lounge, tranquility garden, menthol dry sauna, eucalyptus steam room, two halotherapy salt caves, a resort-style mineral pool with four Jacuzzis, luxury cabanas, full-service salon with scalp treatment beds, a cafe and a poolside bar with food service.”
Guests can make appointments at the spa, here.
“The opening of The Spa at Séc-he is a defining moment for the Tribe,” Chairman Reid D. Milanovich said. “The hot spring water means everything to us. It’s at the heart of tribal life and has been a cultural resource for us and our ancestors for thousands of years. It’s not a myth; these waters are truly healing waters.“
(The Spa at Séc-He)
The Agua Caliente Cultural Museum, Gathering Plaza and Oasis Trail all located at the same property will be open to the public later this year with no specific date announced.
“Design inspiration for the Spa and Cultural Plaza is rooted in Agua Caliente traditions such as basket weaving, pottery (ollas) and botanical elements native to the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indian Reservation.”
About the Aqua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians has over 31,500 acres of reservation lands, located in portions of Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage and parts of the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto mountains.
For more information about the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Tribe, visit: http://www.aguacaliente-nsn.gov.
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