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Old Wednesday, August 18th, 2004, 09:23 AM
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My wife and I will be in Aruba in November and want to know if there is a place where she can get a nice massage?
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yes there R really nice places, indulgance(spelled wrong) by the sea is where I went , really nice. The best thing to do is:when you get there go to your hotel and ask them for places and when you wanna go, they will make all arrangements, cost anywhere from $50 for 20 min to $100 for 50 min something like that. But look at brochue first to see what they offer. Some hotels have there own spas, also they also do massages on beach if you want in a private tent.
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Old Thursday, August 19th, 2004, 08:42 AM
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Definitely are nice places for you, depending on where you're staying - the Ren has a very nice spa that includes outdoor massages in your own private cove on their island. Ask the resort if they offer any services, if not you'll find what you want somewhere nearby.
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The Manchebo has a brand new spa -- just opened.
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Tierra del Sol has a wonderful spa, and I believe they have professional massage services available. It's a lovely setting, and the staff and service are superb.
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My wife and I will be in Aruba in November and want to know if there is a place where she can get a nice massage?
Will be going in early October, plan on using the Indulgence By the Sea Spa located at the Divi. I will comment on it in my trip report when I return.
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Old Wednesday, August 25th, 2004, 08:17 PM
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Thanks to all that replied.
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