The Spa at Edgewood Tahoe

Nature-inspired tranquility in Tahoe
VERIFIED LUXURY

Like with the rest of The Lodge at Edgewood Tahoe, The Spa at Edgewood has a certain kinship with its surroundings. But then again, it would be nearly impossible not to embrace the lake and the lovely pines. So, rather than even attempt to fight the urge, spa designer Hirsch Bedner Associates wisely called for the outdoors to come in through hard-wood flooring, neutral colors and furniture carved from local trees.

But it’s not just in the physical appearance of the eight-room sanctuary where an appreciation for Mother Nature is shown; you can feel the peace at play through almost every aspect of the place. The waiting area has teas and trail mixes to keep you nourished before a service. Seasonal treatments are proudly packed with just-plucked ingredients. The public spaces even have a signature scent reminiscent of a fall Tahoe day.

From sign-in to checkout, an experience at The Spa at Edgewood is a lesson in how luxurious things can be when they’re done in harmony.

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Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Beyond the treatment rooms, the 8,500-square-foot facility includes women’s and men’s steam rooms, a coed indoor/outdoor hot tub and a waiting area with a grand fireplace as its centerpiece.
  • Couples get special attention here. After a tandem treatment concludes, lovebirds are gifted with a sweet treat (could be chocolates or champagne) they can enjoy in the privacy of their own little cove.
  • The Tahoe spa goes beyond the pedestrian snacks in the waiting area. Because you’ll find everything from broccoli and squash to golden raisins and melons, you could skip lunch and still be in luck with this midday spread.
  • The store is an impressive boutique covering all of your body needs, ranging from Eminence sugar scrubs to Aveda hand moisturizers.
  • Skin care is so important here that the men’s dressing room includes quality toiletries like Eos’ vanilla bean shaving cream alongside the typical Q-tips and EO essential oils organic deodorant.

Things to Know

  • Keeping with the spa’s overall theme of bringing the outdoors in, every room is named after some form of local flora (like Sugar Pine, for example).
  • Speaking of sugar pine, you’ll smell a mixture of it, alpine lupine and a few other delightful aromas wafting through the facility.
  • A 2019 makeover will introduce radiant heating and a privacy wall to the outdoor hot tub area while new ottomans and side tables will make the waiting area even more comfortable.

The Treatments

  • While a few services on the menu use ingredients from the area, the Sierra Stone Facial is one of our top picks because it employs the energy of nearby rocks to help your skin look hydrated and stay glowing.
  • Many spa visitors also happen to be golfers contemplating their next round on the gorgeous Edgewood Tahoe course. Athlete-specific treatments such as the Pre-Golf Warm-Up, Post-Golf Therapy and the realigning Sports Massage help get club-wielding guests back on the greens in no time.
  • The seasons play a big role at the spa. Autumn happens to be one of our favorite times because of options such as the Fall Harvest Facial, a 70-minute indulgence that includes a yam and pumpkin enzyme peel, a harvest pumpkin latte apple mask and a chilled-apple application on your eyes.

The Facilities

  • In addition to facial and body services, The Spa at Edgewood can also handle men’s haircuts, women’s hair styling and a quality manicure for either sex.
  • If you’re staying at The Lodge, you’ll notice the lakefront pool and hot tub in the property’s backyard. It’s heated year-round, leaving you no excuse for not taking a post-massage dip whenever you’d like.
  • Overnight hotel guests also have access to the fitness center, a decent-sized area consisting of weights, bottled water and a wonderful selection of Precor workout equipment.

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Getting There
100 Lake Parkway, Lake Tahoe, Nevada 89449
TEL888-881-8659
TEL775-588-3486
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