I was motivated to try this experience by podsnel trip report (will include link when I find the specific, spa post). I am not a regular at any spa and rarely get a massage, even though I like them. You start with the reservation and checking in - this report will start with walking down the hall from the check in desk to the spa room: ... a quick turn to the right, Kelly leads me down the hall to HER spa room ... entering into your room for the next 100 minutes. I am standing here in the middle of the interior room, with some sort of hydrobed on my right (don't know how it was used, just reporting) and the massage table on the left. Looking stright ahead, the exterior veranda includes the hot tub (right), chair, and day bed (left - more on that later). Next, Kelly sits down and discusses - briefly - allergies, preferences, etc. Here is your robing, decoratively hung up and waiting for you, flowers (silk) on your pillow A dish of Elemis products, unobstrusive advertising (no sales push at all) A view of the daybed ...with the tea cart ready, your towels below (my own sandals) After checking for your scent preferences, Kelly adds something to the hot tub..... ... then provided you with a choice of lemon water or cucumber water. Obviously, I choose lemon here. Later, I past the larger containers of water and tried the cucumber water - very refreshing - would get that next time, only because I get lemon water at every restaurant I go to. I'm sure you could ask for a sample of both, and then choose, if you are not sure! Finally, IN the tub - here is your view: You can see where a second person could fit in the tub at the same time - "black rectangle" would be his / her backrest. Scooting over to the "other" position - this would be that view: What a nice little towel-rug laid down for you to walk on! After your massage, you can either return to the hot tub, choose to sit on the daybed, or mix it up any way you want for the remaining time. I chose the daybed, because, unlike Kramer, I don't like eating in the tub. The tea is from tealeaves.com - the supplier for the Gardenview Tea (Grand Floridian) and Palo's. You also get a dish of fresh fruit and two chocolate covered strawberries. Othe random thoughts: 1. The quality of the massage - very good. My husband is a certified licensed massage therapist. He doesn' t practice, but I've been exposed to more than you might think, given my opening paragraph - that I am not a spa person. I'd like to be, I just haven't brought myself to spend the money on it. 2. You get $30 off a future massage on the same cruise, with the same person, should you decide to return. I scoffed - what could possibly be more self-indulgent than the Spa Villa Experience? Turns out, Spa +1. Later the next day, I booked. 3. We had an inside cabin - I am sure that made the veranda experience more special than if we had one attached to our room. 4. My classic "test" for myself: 4a. Would I repeat the experience? I would LIKE to, but I think I would go for 2 massages, before one Spa Villa experience. 4b. Would I recommend it? Absolutely.