Everline Resort & Spa in Olympic Valley, California, has appointed Stella Chung as the director of spa at the resort. In her new role, Chung will oversee the daily operations of the resort’s spa and fitness center, the Spa at Everline.
Chung began her career as a spa and hotel front desk agent and throughout her career has overseen the business restructuring of several spas in various settings, from hotels and resorts to casinos and luxury health clubs. She has held leadership positions at properties around California including Lafayette Park Hotel & Spa in Lafayette, Calif.; Thunder Valley Casino & Resort in Lincoln, Calif.; and Villasport Athletic Club & Spa in Roseville, Calif. She also served as a spa business developer where she partnered with multiple Marriot locations to help conceptualize and create boutique spas in the properties.
The Spa at Everline features a unique wellness experience surrounded by the towering peaks of the Sierra Nevada. The spa offers a variety of signature treatments that take inspiration from its North Lake Tahoe location including the Mountainside Expedition rejuvenating massage and the High-Altitude Massage designed to help guests adjust to the higher elevation. It also features a Shirodhara Balancing Treatment, advanced skin care with several customized facial options, body treatments, reflexology, cupping and more.
“We are thrilled to welcome Stella Chung as director of spa,” said Andre Priemer, managing director at Everline Resort & Spa. “Stella’s passion for creating unparalleled spa and wellness-centered opportunities paired with her extensive knowledge of the industry is an invaluable asset to our team. We look forward to seeing her vision and goals come to life at the Spa at Everline.”
“I am very excited to work with my amazing colleagues at Everline Resort & Spa,” said Chung. “In my new role, I look forward to elevating our service offerings through a wellness-focused approach. This property is a gem and has so much to offer right in the heart of our beautiful location in North Lake Tahoe.”