Massage on the beach??

Discussion in 'Grand Oasis Sens' started by JSOKO, Apr 28, 2017.

  1. JSOKO

    JSOKO Enthusiast Registered Member

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    Are there any huts set up on the beach to get a massage close to the resort? We were at TTR last year and there were 2 places up the beach left of the resort.
     
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    Yes, just head to the beach, go right & there's a massage hut down a couple of hotels. I went twice & it was wonderful!
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    Thank you
     
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    What kind of rates do they charge? Thanks.
     
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    I believe it was $40 or $45-I gave her $50, tip included. The massage was for an hour. They got kind busy and started a sign-up sheet. The 1st time I had to come back an hour later. (No problem) The second time I went over in the morning to select the specific time of day I wanted my massage.
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    A year ago we were able to get two massages for a total of $40. Was vendors walking by that really wanted to work. Had to walk north a couple of hotels worth to the one that's shut down. Wasn't the best, but price was right. We never got around to getting some our last trip in March, but have it on the to-do list next week. Remember, prices are never set in stone. Always negotiate.