Disney crea la magia per gli adulti – Immaginate di relax!


Disney Spa (credit: The Walt Disney Company)

Disney Spa (credito: The Walt Disney Company)


Drop the kids and escape to a Disney World Spa Resort!

Summer’s around the corner and Disney may be on your list – just know it isn’t only for kids. In fact, Disney goes to great lengths to create a fantasy play land for all ages. So if you’re planning a visit to Disney World with your children, make sure you schedule in a few hours of relaxation as a reprieve from a day of action. There’s a variety of spa and massage treatments throughout the Disney resorts, each one with its own serene setting that instantly transport you from the lineups, crowds and frenzied activity in the theme parks. Take your children to of the Mouseketeer Clubs and recharge at one of the following.

Full service resort spas

Book your stay at one of the following Disney resorts that each have their own spa – it doesn’t have to only be little girls that want the Princess experience!

Walt Disney World Dolphin Mandara Spa

Before your spa treatment starts, the interior Palm gardens at the Mandara Spa set the stage for tranquility. Then give yourself 5 hours and send Dad to the water park with the kids while you indulge in a deep tissue massage with hot stones and a spa lunch in the quiet of the Meru Temple. Along with a hand and foot treatment, hair styling and makeup application, you’ll be ready to hit the rides the next day!

Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort Spa

After a day at the water park, a series of thrill rides and carrying your children around, get the knots kneaded from your shoulders with a Swedish or hydrotherapy massage. Or treat yourself to a few hours and get the Energize Package!

Disney’s Grand Floridian Spa

This is our third choice but it’s under renovation right now. If you’re booking ahead, the spa in Disney’s Grand Floridian is closed until early 2013 when its new look will be revealed, so be one of the first to get pampered when it opens!

Condividi con noi…

Do you usually treat yourself to a spa day to have a break when travelling with your kids?

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