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Spa Bali Guam

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1328 Pale San Vitores Rd Guam Plaza Resort & Spa, Tumon, Guam 96913-4209 Mariana Islands
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Delve deeper into Guam’s jungle and Chamorro heritage than you could independently on this riverboat tour. Cruise the River Talofofo and River Ugum; experience local flora and fauna; and visit a Chamorro village to see craft demos, “latte” pillar stones, and caves. Prebook to save vacation time and secure a place on the cruise departure—either with or without lunch—that best suits you, with hotel transfers as an option.
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Jason wrote a review Dec 2018
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I got the Nirwana massage for my wife as a surprise. The price was decent. The spa is conveniently located in the hotel we are staying. From what my wife experienced, it didn’t seem like a professional atmosphere. The masseuse had their phone in the room and was using it while giving the massage; giving a one handed massage with long pauses in between. The walls are fairly thin so to hear a conversation that another employee was having on their phone (which was on speaker) also took away from the relaxation portion of going to a spa.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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MilesTwoGo wrote a review Jun 2017
Truth or Consequences, New Mexico486 contributions125 helpful votes
We had the couples 90 minute Shiatsu and Hot Stone massage. It was an absolutely great experience! The staff are tremendous and very good at their jobs, always professional and courteous. When you arrive, they seat you and serve lemon water. You are led to your room and there you change into a robe and slippers. They come in and get you settled and begin. After the massage, you are again seated in the lobby and served a delicious hot ginger tea. It was beyond relaxing! Don't plan anything after, you will just want to relax!
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Date of experience: June 2017
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hikerdad2 wrote a review Jan 2017
Guam, Mariana Islands1 contribution6 helpful votes
I'm quite disappointed. I paid for 60 minute Shiatsu massage and what I got in return was NOT what I asked for. Staff was friendly, but c'mon....
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Date of experience: December 2016
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Margaret S wrote a review Sep 2016
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The spa is easy to find on the ground floor of the Guam Plaza Hotel. Located conveniently by the Westin, Guam Reef and Outrigger. The prices are pretty competitive and they offer a few discounts depending on if you are traveling on a tour group, US Military, or students. I booked a 90 minute massage online, it was easy to book and hassle free upon arrival. They accept credit cards, but they do not have the option to add your tip to your credit card. The spa itself is somewhat small for a hotel spa. It's essentially a hallway of rooms. There is no dressing room, so you go directly from the lobby to a massage room. That's ok in a stand alone spa, but most attached to hotels have a dressing room to change into a robe, lock your things in a locker, shower and relax for a few minutes before the treatment. The pros: The Location- in the heart of Tumon you can walk from *almost* any hotel The Price - competitive and offers discounts The okays: The massage- it was a fair massage that left me feeling relaxed The service- there was an issue that led to me requiring a refund (see the bads sections) the staff while friendly and accommodating was ill equipped to handle that situation. The facilities- no dressing room or showers, no robe, no locker, the bathroom is not even in the spa. Again, many massage parlors and spas do not have this, however nearly every hotel spa I have visited has had this. The Bad: The timing- my massage shortened to 60 minutes without any mention. As I had already paid for 90 minutes, I asked for a refund. The front desk clerk was incredibly helpful but the staff was not equipped to handle a refund. It was poor service to cut a massage 30 minutes short and say nothing about it. Speaking to friends that have patronized this spa as well, this seems to be typical- treatments and massages being cut substantially short with no mention. I brought it up and asked for a refund of the 30 minutes I didn't receive, my friends all said they didn't think to do that. It's not relaxing to go to a spa and have to be watching the clock. I've had massages end a bit short and taken note, but never asked for a refund. This was blatant. I booked a 90 minute massage and was at the spa for almost exactly 90 minutes, to include tea, filling out paperwork, reading a magazine, a trip to the bathroom, a massage, and discussing the refund for the short massage. My massage was actually under 60 minutes total. The staff was accommodating and refunded me the difference, but it took multiple calls to managers. At one point they just copied down all my credit card info and were going to just keep that lying around until someone who knew how to operate the credit card machine could refund me. Which they estimated would be 5/7 days. Eventually we settled on cash, as I did not want my credit card info floating around. A fair massage at a competitive rate, but keep an eye on the clock or you'll be paying a much less competitive price for a much shorter massage than expected.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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TheTravelingSmoots wrote a review Aug 2016
Honolulu, Hawaii1 contribution
We absolutely LOVE Spa Bali! We visit Guam twice a year and we visit Spa Bali at least 4 times a year (twice per visit). They are professional and gracious, the ambiance is straight out of Bali including Batik robes. The rooms are clean, modern and comfortable. You feel like a guest in someone’s home. They give the best massages and we highly recommend the 90 minute option. After the massage they offer you water and their homemade ginger tea, which is delicious. They also sell great smelling soap! We can't wait to go back!
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Date of experience: August 2016
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