78 St. Rt. 115
Ocean Shores, WA 98569
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The Spa at Quinault BeachQuinault Indian Nation

Spa Overview

Nestled on the scenic Olympic Peninsula along the Pacific Northwest's Ocean Shores, the full-service spa at Quinault Beach Resort and Casino offers guests a relaxing and nurturing experience. Guests will begin to feel rejuvenated with their first steps into the facility, where the professional staff will warmly greet them and assist them in selecting a service customized to their every need. The services provided range from massage therapies to body and facial treatments, all designed to promote a sense of renewal and well being.

The massages offered at Quinault are a combination of Swedish, relaxation and therapeutic massage techniques designed to target specific areas of strain and discomfort to alleviate stress, muscle tension and over exertion. Guests can choose from a variety of massage therapies to select the massage that best meets their needs. The Ocean Stone Massage utilizes heated stones from the riverbeds along the Pacific Ocean to penetrate the muscles from head to toe; the extremely relaxing Steam Facial Massage wraps the face in warm towels for cleansing, followed by a clay mask and moisturizing facial massage; the Half Hour Massage targets muscle stress and knots while the Hour Massage soothes every muscle from head to toe.

An array of wraps is available, as well, each applied by knowledgeable massage therapists. The Seaweed Wrap applies a seaweed mixture from the neck on down for skin detoxification followed by a complete wrap in thermal plastic and blankets; the Clay Wrap applies a clay mixture from the neck down to moisturize and detoxify the skin, followed by a complete wrap in thermal plastic and blankets; the Salt Glow exfoliates the skin with a mixture of sea salt and massage oil and leaves the skin silky smooth. Once their treatments and services have concluded, guests can relax around in the recovery room with a hot cup of tea.