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Old 01-06-2013, 11:32 AM   #1
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Couples massage for friends?????

My cousin and I want to pamper ourselves with massages when we are on the Fantasy next month with our families. Can't find times that work for us! How inappropriate would it be to go together with a couples massage?! Obviously we don't want the romance part of it, we would just like to go together. Anyone done the couples massage with a friend instead of their spouse?!
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Old 01-06-2013, 12:01 PM   #2
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Haven't done it but wouldn't think twice about booking it with a friend.. It would be fun!
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Old 01-06-2013, 12:04 PM   #3
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My adult daughter an I did the "spa villa for 2" which included our choice of a "treatment." We each chose a massage.

Disney doesn't care. Any "couple" thing is available for any two people who want to purchase it together. This includes things like the couple's rainforest pass also.
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My friend, myself and our litle girls cruised together last March. As a surprise to my friend I booked us a "couple's massage" it was great. A "couple" only means 2 people. I would do it again without hesitation.
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I haven't done one with a friend, but the couples massage booked with my husband was really just getting massages next to each other. I tend to zone out and focus on relaxation vs the person next to me, so I don't think there is any inherent romance factor that should deter you from doing it with a friend - -
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Thanks everyone! I think I'll go ahead and book it!
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I work in a Spa - it is pretty common for friends, relatives, siblings, etc. to book a Couples treatment together! Enjoy
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I work in a Spa - it is pretty common for friends, relatives, siblings, etc. to book a Couples treatment together! Enjoy
Thanks! That is good to know!
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We are sailing on the Wonder and I was wondering I'd be able to book a spa day for my DD (15 at the time of cruise) and her friend (14 at the time), or are they too young?

We are sailing primarily for my DD's bday, but her friend's bday is just a couple of weeks after the cruise, so I thought it'd be an additional cool present while on board.

Anyone know the minimum age requirements?
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We are sailing on the Wonder and I was wondering I'd be able to book a spa day for my DD (15 at the time of cruise) and her friend (14 at the time), or are they too young?

We are sailing primarily for my DD's bday, but her friend's bday is just a couple of weeks after the cruise, so I thought it'd be an additional cool present while on board.

Anyone know the minimum age requirements?
Too young. For the spa they must be 18. The only thing they could do is a 'teen experience' which as a mani/pedi/mini facial for $70. My daughter could go into the work out room of the spa from 9-10 each night to work out; it was supposed to be through Vibe, but she was the only one who wanted to go.
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Thanks for the info!

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Too young. For the spa they must be 18. The only thing they could do is a 'teen experience' which as a mani/pedi/mini facial for $70. My daughter could go into the work out room of the spa from 9-10 each night to work out; it was supposed to be through Vibe, but she was the only one who wanted to go.
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