Tenaya Stone Spa to Replace Mandara Spa at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa in Disneyland Resort

Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa at the Disneyland Resort, an award-winning hotel that defines grandeur at every turn, is introducing its all-new upscale experience – Tenaya Stone Spa – opening in spring 2020. This spa is set to replace the Mandara Spa, which closed back in July of this year.

Inspired by the spirit of nature and Californian heritage, this full-service spa will be a rejuvenating retreat. Here, you can choose from an array of body treatments, facials, massage and salon services, all performed in a serene setting, sure to relax, revitalize and invigorate the senses.

In some indigenous cultures, Tenaya can mean “to dream.” For modern-day travelers seeking a respite to dream and recharge, it is only when we relax that we can regain balance within ourselves.

Rendering of the new Tenaya Stone Spa Coming to Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa

The spa is being designed by Walt Disney Imagineers. Pictured above is a peek at the concept for the relaxation room, featuring Craftsman architecture, comfortable, well-appointed furnishings, a water feature and a stained glass window of the rising sun.

Tenaya Stone Spa will be a wonderful addition to Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, where you can take time to unwind with head-to-toe pampering. The spa will be located near GCH Craftsman Bar and the hotel’s entrance to Disney California Adventure park.

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Colm Buckley
Colm Buckley
1 year ago

Can’t wait for your review! Have to say, Mandara was the only disappointing thing about the DGCH experience; here’s hoping Tenaya lives up to its name…