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World-inspired Spa Therapies & Indigenous Healing at Buffalo Thunder Resort’s Wo’P’in Spa

The saddest thing I can imagine is to get used to luxury.” – Charlie Chaplin

Wo’P’in in the Native Tewa language means “Medicine Mountain.” True to its name, Wo’ P’in is not just an inspiring destination for relaxation and rejuvenation – it is a dedication to a journey of wellness. Every treatment offers ingredients and techniques perfectly blended to promote harmony, healing, and wholeness of the mind and body.

Steeped in Native tradition and dedicated to take you on a journey to relaxation and wellness, the spa features winding stairs that carry you away from the noise and motion of the casino life to a sanctuary for body and mind. Wo’P’in is 16,000 square feet of world-class luxury. Services include a wide selection of massages, skin-care treatments, wraps, scrubs and other body therapies. Guests may also indulge in a full line of nail and hair salon services. From the popular Wo’P’in classic to a relaxing hot-stone option, Wo’P’in Spa offers a massage to soothe any soul. Guests may also choose to enjoy an intimate couple’s massage. An array of body and skin treatments is available to complete the transformation from stressful to serene. They get clever with their indulgences, too, offering different kinds of seasonal specialty treatments such as rose petal facials for Valentine’s Day or the summertime Pina Colada Poolside Cabana Massage, a sensuous massage set next to the sparkling pool – and the drink is included! Each luxurious experience draws on world-inspired spa therapies and natural, indigenous healing elements to influence your serenity, health, and balance. Part of the Hilton luxury hotel line, the spa accepts your Hilton honors.

Just 15 minutes north of Santa Fe, Buffalo Thunder commands spectacular views of the breathtaking, high-desert scenery of the Pojoaque valley and serves as your gateway to the extraordinary world of northern New Mexico and W’o P’in Spa. See more at their website, or call them at (505) 455-5555.

Location : 20 Buffalo Thunder Trail

Phone : (505) 819-2140

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