French announced as new spa director at Boulders Resort

Danielle French (submitted photo)

Danielle French (submitted photo)

Danielle French is the new spa director for the Boulders Resort.

In her new role, she is responsible for managing and overseeing all areas of the resort’s 33,000 square-foot spa facility that integrates the surrounding Sonoran Desert and Native American legacy with innovative programs and products indigenous to the region.

She will oversee the spa menu, fitness classes, special programs, service development and maintain the Spa’s reputation as one of the nation’s most compelling resort spas, according to a press release.

“Danielle brings great enthusiasm and a very diverse portfolio of experience to this position,” stated Howard Harris, general manager for the Boulders Resort.  “I feel confident that her creativity and energy will further develop our spa offerings and programs.”

With over 12 years of experience in spa management, Ms. French joins the Boulders, from the Paradise Medspa in Phoenix and Scottsdale where she was the spa director for six years.  Previously, she served as the spa director for the Marriott Renaissance Hotel and Spa in Phoenix.

“My passion for the healthy ‘spa’ lifestyle, my management experience and intense focus on the guest experience has provided me insight into the needs and desires of individual spa-goers,” stated Ms. French in the release. “I look forward to adding more wellness services and my goal is to send all of our guests home feeling transformed, whether they are here for a single treatment or an extensive stay.”

Ms. French holds a Business Management Degree from Arizona State University and remains  active in the spa and fitness industry as a member of International Spa and Fitness Association and a member of Live Love Spa.

She resides in Phoenix with her husband Marco and two daughters, Mia and Madilynn.

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