W Dallas – Victory Appoints Joseph Cummings as New Spa Director

USA, Dallas, Texas. September 08, 2021

W Dallas - Victory welcomes Joseph Cummings as the new Spa Director for AWAY® Spa Dallas, located inside the W Dallas Victory hotel. Cummings brings more than 15 years of luxury spa experience to the role.

As the Spa Director for AWAY® Spa Dallas, Cummings oversees day-to-day operations, the guest experience, and retail design and display.

"I am honored to serve AWAY® Spa Dallas as the spa director and look forward to implementing new and creative ideas to enhance the guest experience," said Joseph Cummings, Spa Director at AWAY® Spa Dallas. "W Hotels' Passion Points include Music, Fashion, Fuel and Design. The Design Passion Point resonated with me the most as I am constantly inspired by design and am excited to bring that passion to the spa's operations."

Cummings joins AWAY® Spa Dallas from Hiatus Spa + Retreat where he held the Assistant Spa Manager position. He began his hospitality career in 2005 as a Spa Concierge at the Rosewood Crescent Hotel and has since held positions such as Spa and Retail Operations Supervisor at The Ritz Carlton-Dallas and multiple task force assignments across the country.

AWAY® Spa Dallas provides a variety of customized treatments from traditional deep tissue massages to makeup and hair, allowing guests to receive pampering for a night out ahead or revitalization from a long night before. The spa, formerly known as Bliss Spa, completed full renovations in August 2021.

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