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Disney Spas

Discussion in 'General' started by disney1sttimer, Feb 7, 2009.

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    Id really like to plan a special indulgence day and wondered which is the best spa at Disney to arrange it at? I dont know anything at all about them and I dont even know if I have to stay at the resort to book the spa :/

    Are there prices online or anything?
     
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    as with dining you don't have to stay at the resort to use the spa. I couldn't find a spa 'menu' on the site, maybe i was just looking in the wrong place though!

    there are spas at the Grand Floridian Resort and also the Saratoga Springs resort.
     
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    Id like that too, have you tried any britchick?
     
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    sadly not! I did try once but couldn't get a time to suit our schedule. I guess if you really want to do it you should book ahead. Not sure how soon you can book before, someone else will know though.
     
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    The spa at SSR has a much better reputation for service, and better prices. I once had a price list for there, but no longer do. :sorry:

    Check out both spas before you decide.

    There is a spa at the Swan and Dolphin too (not positive of the exact location). It's the Mandala (I am probably spelling that wrong) spa, the type aboard many cruise ships.
     
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    Mandala spas are usually good. Unfortunately i was completely spoiled in Thailand last year and i don't think anything will ever live up to it!
     
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    Oooooo! I can only imagine! :yes: There really is something very unique about an Asian spa experience, isn't there. :yes: Not that I've ever been to an Asian country, but friends who have feel the same as you. :yes:

    Is it Manala or Mandara? I never can remember! :spring:
     
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    No wonder I'm confused! LOL! Thanks for the clarification Brit. :yes:

    I wonder if the Swan spa does the pushy sale of product thing that they do on board ship? :unsure: Didn't care for that bit at all.
     

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