Looking to get a massage right at your hotel room doorstep after a long day of flying and meetings?
Here are 6 questions to ask before booking a hotel massage appointment in Singapore!
The skill level of the massage therapist can make all the difference between a pleasant and unpleasant massage. Request for a licensed and experienced therapist who is trained in the specific type of massage you want, such as tuina massage, deep tissue massage, or even foot reflexology massage in Singapore. Read up on their Google or social media reviews, or ask for recommendations from the hotel concierge or colleagues who have booked such services before.
Make sure that your massage therapist of choice is available at the time that best suits your schedule. We advise to book your appointment in advance to ensure availability, especially if you’re traveling during peak business season, or when international business conferences are in full swing!
If you can put this on the company’s tab, then great! Cost is the least of your worries. If it’s coming out of your own pocket, then the cost of the massage will be a siginificant consideration. Go to their websites like www.theoutcallspa.com, check the rates for the service you want, and make sure that all charges are upfront and transparent. Some hotels may even offer tie-ups with local spas that include massages, so look for any deals that may save you money and convenience!
It’s important to ensure that you have a private and comfortable space for the massage. Check that the hotel or the massage therapist can provide a private room or a space in your hotel room where you can relax and enjoy your massage without disturbance. At The Outcall Spa, massage therapists will bring all the necessary massage equipment to provide a full spa experience at the customer’s doorstep!
Take note that the massage therapist follows all the necessary safety and hygiene protocols, especially in light of changing COVID-19 requirements in various countries. They should have clean hands, use fresh linens, and sanitise their equipment often. Check for any reviews or certifications that attest to the therapist’s professionalism and hygiene.
Good communication with the massage therapist is essential to ensure that they understand your massage needs and preferences. Make sure you discuss any essential oil allergies, injuries, or other health concerns before the massage, and let the therapist know if you prefer more or less pressure at certain pressure points during the massage.
By taking these factors into consideration, you can ensure that you have a safe, comfortable, and relaxing hotel massage experience while on your business trip.
It’s time to destress after a long day of working on the fly!
Whatsapp us at 8782 0561 or book via our website at www.theoutcallspa.com.