Salon and Day Spa Opening Soon at Deadwood Mountain Grand
"This is yet another new opportunity for our guests to enjoy," said Deadwood Mountain Grand general manager Brad Hemmah. "In our efforts to position Deadwood Mountain Grand as a destination resort, we needed to add The Spa. It’s the icing on the cake.”
The Spa will be available seven days a week by appointment only and includes a full line of salon and spa services, including the following: a variety of different massages; basic, European, anti-aging and anti-acne facials; manicure, pedicure, shellac and polish change; men’s, women’s and children’s haircuts, color services, straightening, reconditioning, shampoo and style, special occasion style, bang trim, beard trim and a full line of hair removal/waxing services.
Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel Manager Travis Trautman, who will manage The Spa, said that he and his crew are now taking appointments.
“The Spa at Deadwood Mountain Grand will certainly cater to hotel guests, but we welcome locals with open arms, as well,” Trautman said. “To celebrate our grand opening, we would like to offer 10 percent off any services throughout the month of February to anyone with a Lawrence County driver’s license.”
The Spa will feature the services of a fully licensed cosmetologist and a licensed massage therapist.
“Our spa personnel bring years of experience-based cosmetology and massage therapy to the table,” Trautman said. “We want to emphasize this is a full-service salon and spa, complete with all color and styling services.”
The Spa is located just past the front desk in the Deadwood Mountain Grand Holiday Inn Resort hotel.
“The unique part about The Spa is that in order to include it as part of the hotel complex, we literally had to drill through the mountain,” Hemmah explained. “So it’s truly a part of the Black Hills.”
Reservations can be made by calling 877-907-GRAND (4726), extension 1179. For more information, visit www.deadwoodmountaingrand.com or call 605.559.0386.
Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel, a Holiday Inn Resortin the newly restored 1906 Homestake Mining Co. ore processing plant that overlooks Historic Deadwood, has a 98-room luxury hotel, 210 state-of-the-