Why a Spa Vacation?
A spa vacation is the epitome of the old adage "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Let's face it, most people spend more time and money on preventive maintenance for their cars than on themselves.
People go to spas to rest, relax
and become spiritually and physically replenished. It's a chance to get
away from work, obligations, telephones, e-mails, doorbells and
everyday stress, giving guests the time to concentrate on themselves.
Spas provide stress-free, noncompetitive experiences in settings that
promote rest and relaxation. They offer a time - all too rare these
days - to focus on you, take better care of yourself and totally
A Spa Vacation can be "all things to all people."
A spa vacation can cover the spectrum - it's ideal for people who need
to make serious lifestyle changes and people who simply want to play.
It's great for someone traveling alone because it's safe and there are
no forced or contrived social interactions (guests can meet people to
the degree that they want).
It's great for all ages and people of all fitness levels.
Guests choose the pace of their vacation - active, inactive, whatever.
It's great for couples. There is plenty for both to do, together or individually.
Aren't spas just for the rich and famous?
You don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy a spa vacation. There is something for every taste and budget.
Many spa packages are all-inclusive (rooms, meals, services, exercise
classes, lectures, etc.) and offered at a single price which make the
vacation even more of a value. You get more than just a room for what
you might pay per night at any upscale resort or hotel.
Day spas offer both a selection of individual treatments as well as half- or full-day treatments.
Once thought of as the playground of the affluent, spas now offer
well-rounded health experiences that attract people from all walks of
life. Professional men and women, families, couples, seniors and singes
all benefit from spa vacations.