Sothys Spa at Lucky Dragon launches with SpaSoft         

Lucky Dragon has chosen Springer-Miller Systems’ SpaSoft spa-management system for its Sothys Spa in its new Las Vegas casino hotel. As the first new-build casino in Las Vegas in six years, Lucky Dragon has created an authentic Asian cultural and gaming experience. The Lucky Dragon features a nine-story hotel with 203 rooms, 27,500 square feet of casino space, a pool designed to create an oasis garden escape for hotel guests, five Asian-inspired restaurant concepts, and an intimate spa experience.

Lucky Dragon partnered with Sothys to provide guests an unforgettable sensory experience at their spa. From Sothys signature facial and body treatments and unique Digiesthetique massage methods to full concierge and express services, the Sothys Spa at Lucky Dragon Hotel and casino strives to provide for every skin and body care need in a luxurious and tranquil environment.

"We have so much positive energy flowing through Lucky Dragon, we’re excited to have the SpaSoft system to support our busy spa,” said Amy Rockwell, spa director for Lucky Dragon. “The Enhanced PMS interface really helps us provide excellent guest service to all of our hotel guests.”

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The SpaSoft system provides the spa with the tools they need to manage guests, appointments, providers, resources and more. The comprehensive reporting allows the spa to easily access data and make decisions that will enhance their spa business.

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