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  • [Question] Grand Floridian Spa Question

    Hi!

    Has anyone here made use of any of the services at the Grand Floridian Spa? If so, how was the experience?

    My wife and I are thinking about taking a trip to WDW and I'm thinking of getting her a spa package, so I appreciate the input.

    Thanks!

    Dan

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    Re: Grand Floridian Spa Question

    I got my mom one of their packages several years ago and she absolutely LOVED it. Granted, it was her first spa experience, but she's also pretty picky. So, if she loved it, I'd have to say it's a good spa.
    -Tim

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      Re: Grand Floridian Spa Question

      Check out this site
      www.relaxedyet.com

      I have had several treatments there and never had an issue.
      Kelly

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        Re: Grand Floridian Spa Question

        Originally posted by halltd View Post
        I got my mom one of their packages several years ago and she absolutely LOVED it. Granted, it was her first spa experience, but she's also pretty picky. So, if she loved it, I'd have to say it's a good spa.
        Thanks very much for the info!

        Dan

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          Re: Grand Floridian Spa Question

          If you are staying on Disney property it is a great place to go. They have some signature scents that are really just wonderful.

          But the Spa at Saratoga Springs is a lot more modern, and has some better equipment and facilities.

          It is the same company that staffs them so it is going to be the same high quality of Spa personnel working at both places.

          If you are looking for the best bang for you buck, there are some other places in Orlando that I would reccomend outside of Disney for Spa services and treatments.

          Example:

          Ritz Carlton 50 min Sweedish Massage: 130.00+ tip
          Shingle Creek 50 min Sweedish Massage: 130.00+ tip
          Grand Floridian 50 min Sweedish Massage: 120.00+ tip
          Saratoga Springs 50 min Sweedish Massage: 120.00+ tip
          Swan and Dolphin 50 min Sweedish Massage: 115.00+ tip
          Buena Vista Palace 50 min Sweedish Massage: 100.00+ tip
          The Peabody Hotel 50 Min Sweedish Massage: 80.00+ tip

          I hope this helps!
          Last edited by KingEric; 08-07-2008, 06:07 AM.
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            Re: Grand Floridian Spa Question

            There is also a nice spa at the Swan and Dolphin.
            Kelly

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