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divine mui ne massages!

Thessaloniki, Greece
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divine mui ne massages!

massages!this is the best way to spend your days in mui ne!at least this was what we did and we had a perfect time !

especially in mui ne we found a great local massage center 'the sonata mui ne hotel and spa 'in the main road of mui ne very close to anantara hotel where we were staying.

it was safe, clean with simple facilities and great value for money almost 3-4 times less than the spa at our hotel.and since it was cheap we had everyday all shorts of treatments there.

the important thing was that the people who worked there new very well their job and their massages were divine!

ask for vin he is the best masseur there!

Phan Thiet, Vietnam
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1. Re: divine mui ne massages!


Thank you for the recommendation. We are constantly getting questions about spas in Ham Tien, so your recommendation will be referred to people who ask us which spas are good.

(You were not staying in Mui Ne. Mui Ne is at the end of the beach where the Anantara and this spa are located, about ten kilometers to the east.)

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i did not know that cause everywhere when we were looking for a hotel in the area the anantara was reffered to as a mui ne hotel.

thanks for the info!

Mui Ne, Vietnam
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3. Re: divine mui ne massages!

Hotel spas are usually more expensive than private ones, that’s true. They are the convenient “lazy choice” as well as food and drinks. You can often find better value for money options outside of a resort.

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