The Chumash Indians have inhabited the land in Santa Barbara County for thousands and thousands of years. And their Chumash Casino Resort spa is the most comprehensive spa in the Santa Ynez Valley with nothing like it between Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo. Constructed in 2004, The Spa commands 4,500 feet of space with multiple treatment rooms, massive men’s and women’s locker rooms, an outdoor pool and hot tub, and an indoor fitness room.
The Spa’s staff is welcoming and a majority of them have been employed at the establishment since its inception. When you enter the sanctuary via the bright and open gift shop area, you’ll immediately notice a contrast as the interior of The Spa is outfitted with dark wood floors and muted colors on the walls — simple, but certainly tranquil and quiet. You need not be a guest of Chumash Casino Resort to utilize The Spa. The relaxing haven offers day passes for one-time users, and the hotel’s concierge offers transportation if you are staying at another Chumash-owned property such as Hotel Corque or Hadsten House, both a five-minute drive away.