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Wendy
15-11-2012, 12:45 PM
A soothing escape into a world of pampering and relaxation is just steps away from Disney theme park fun at the newly re-imagined Senses – A Disney Spa at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort.

The fully remodeled spa, now owned and operated by Disney, is set to open December 17.

Spa-goers first walk through the new Victorian style entryway and indulge in a relax, renew, or imagine journey that’s determined by your treatment choice.


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The centerpiece of the spa’s lobby is an original mural reflecting old Florida landscape and nature. Glass mosaic tiles in the Jacuzzi rooms further enhance the elegance and sophistication of the spa. All the senses are engaged in an ultimate relaxation experience – flavorful and soothing elixirs, color variations in lighting and orchestral music harmonize with the treatment selected.


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Some 15 treatment rooms offer full-service pampering services such as watertherapy, sugar exfoliation body treatment, rejuvenating citrus facial, a restorative hand and foot ritual with Chinese Jasmine oils, plus a Magical Manicure or Princess Pedicure for youngsters. Lounges, whirlpools, and treatment rooms all provide rejuvenation through the healing nature of Florida citrus and botanicals.


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The new menu of services also includes a signature 80-minute Grand Floridian treatment featuring a special aromatherapy massage.

Guests can book spa appointments at the new Senses – A Disney Spa at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort beginning November 15, by calling 407-WDW-SPAS (407-939-7727)

Mari
15-11-2012, 08:29 PM
it looks pricey

Britchick
16-11-2012, 07:49 AM
I just don't get going to a spa at WDW, you can go to one anywhere :shrug1:

Wendy
16-11-2012, 09:41 AM
I just don't get going to a spa at WDW, you can go to one anywhere :shrug1:

Didn't you know that Mickey gives massages, manicures, pedicures.............. :wink:

Tink
16-11-2012, 10:54 AM
I like a spa on vacation, Brit. I understand what you are saying and do agree, but for me (and surely others?) vacation is the time when I do try to relax and do those things I don't otherwise have the time, or take the time to do.

I think it was the cruising that got me into spa days. There isn't much to do at sea, so spending time in the spa is very nice. :yes:

I don't much care for "budget" spas though. Learned that when I had a series of massages from Massage Envy, a chain spa here in Florida (and maybe elsewhere, I don't know). They are really low budget and charge extra for everything, so it really detracted from the entire experience.

So! All that to say, I like very nice and poshy spas :D and visit them when on vacation as that is the only time I have! :D

Johnie
16-11-2012, 01:13 PM
Massage Envy is here as well though I have never been.

It looks beautiful. A massage during the middle of a trip would be a delight but it is pricey.

I have actually found a gem. Inside MCO there is an Express Spa type place. I get a wonderful foot massage and a chair massage and I feel better returning home.

Britchick
16-11-2012, 05:33 PM
i really like spas too and spent a day in one in Thailand, it was absolutely amazing but there's so much else to do at WDW, each to their own though. Are there any extra special things at a disney spa?

anyone know if there's a massage express in international departures in MCO, i'd happily have a foot massage there!

Johnie
16-11-2012, 07:02 PM
I'll take a look when I get home. I have a brochure and a card. The foot massage is awesome

Britchick
16-11-2012, 07:06 PM
I'll take a look when I get home. I have a brochure and a card. The foot massage is awesome

thank you, i noticed they had one at london heathrow terminal 5 right by the gate, if i'd have realised that i would have got to the gate earlier!

arkvilla
16-11-2012, 07:50 PM
it looks pricey

I was going to say exactly that.

Jai always books me a spa day when we are in Florida at Bahama Bay (Eleuthera Spa ) I have a full body massage, facial and body scrub for $110 plus tax (it includes tip)

I absolutley love it :yes:

Sandra

arkvilla
16-11-2012, 07:53 PM
i really like spas too and spent a day in one in Thailand, it was absolutely amazing but there's so much else to do at WDW, each to their own though. Are there any extra special things at a disney spa?

anyone know if there's a massage express in international departures in MCO, i'd happily have a foot massage there!

Yes, there's one at MCO Brit, it's just to the right as you get off the monorail thingie :-)

Sandra

Britchick
16-11-2012, 08:28 PM
Cool, thanks