Spa
Location
100 Grand Traverse Village Blvd.
Acme, MI 49610
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Phones
(800) 236-1577 (toll free)
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Treatment Rooms
15
Treatments
Body Wraps
Facials
Massage Therapy
Amenities
Fitness Center
Sauna
Swimming Pool

Spa Grand TraverseGrand Traverse Band of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians

Spa Overview

Spa Grand Traverse, located at Grand Traverse Resort and Spa in Northern Michigan, offers guests a whole new level of repose and well being. The resort complex is owned and operated by the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, who also own and operate Leelanau Sands Casino and Turtle Creek Casino. The 100,000 sq. ft. facility, which sits on the shoreline of Lake Michigan, incorporates various elements of its woodland surroundings to provide a tranquil and relaxing ambiance.

Spa Grand Traverse, with its state-of-the-art equipment and intriguing menu of services, offers a number of ways for guests to relax, rejuvenate and pamper themselves. Featuring an experienced and professional staff, the two-story complex houses 21 treatment areas including 11 multi-purpose rooms, a couples/group treatment room, three thermal therapy rooms and a full-service beauty salon. Other amenities include a relaxation area with a fireplace, two indoor swimming pools, four whirlpools, a retail boutique featuring spa wear and gifts, and a 2,000 sq. ft. children's daycare.

Guests can choose from an assortment of massage treatments, including the Cherry Essence Swedish Massage, which combines the deeply penetrating classic massage technique with the sweet fragrance of the facility's local cherries. Other massages include the Sacred Stone, which uses warm stones to massage a blend of essential oils into the muscles. The Couples Escape offers couples a lesson by a massage therapist on the healing powers of touch. In addition to its extensive assortment of treatments, the facility also boasts a 200 sq. ft. aerobics and yoga studio, a 300 sq. ft. cardiovascular theater, a weight room, and five indoor and four outdoor tennis courts.