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Disney World Area Spas


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  • Disney World Area Spas

    Hey everyone - I'm getting married this Saturday and we're heading to Disney World for out honeymoon. My fiancee really wants to get some spa time while we're there and I was wondering if there are any reasonably priced places in the resort area that would be recommended. We're staying in a hotel that's right by Downtown Disney, and we'd prefer something nearby as we're trying to avoid the expense of a rental car.

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    Re: Disney World Area Spas

    I'm not a big spa person, but I know there are spas in the Buena Vista Palace hotel, the Dolphin resort, the Gaylord Palms resort and at Disney's Saratoga Springs resort.

    I've read that the ones at the Gaylord Palms and the one at the Dolphin are superb.


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