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    My wife and I utilized the Oasis Spa for the first time on our recent trip to Swept Away. After changing into our robes, we had to sit in the reception area to wait for our massage. It was pretty uncomfortable sitting in that tight area while other people were coming in and out, making appointments and getting ready for their own sessions.

    I know space is tight, but it would sure be nice if you could shake loose a more relaxing area for people who have already stripped to wait for their appointments, other than the busy reception area. Perhaps create a window from reception out to the main lobby for people to register, and reserve the inner area for people waiting for their massage?

    Just a thought.

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    Hi Zukini,

    Thank you for the thought! I will be sure to relay to the operations team.

    Carrie
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    Absolutely! My husband and I had a couple squeeze in next to us, there were so many people there waiting, and it was very embarrassing for to stay in that room in only a robe.

    Also, the seats are very low to the floor, so you must keep your legs LOCKED shut, or you will be giving everyone a show.

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    Things must have changed in the last couple years. My wife and I were directed to the Buddha Pool where we relaxed in the warm scented water in our bathing suits until they were ready for us. Robes and towels were stored on shelves by the pool as well. We didn't disrobe until in the massage room. Perhaps it is just that you did not bring a bathing suit? Not sure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rckbert View Post
    Things must have changed in the last couple years. My wife and I were directed to the Buddha Pool where we relaxed in the warm scented water in our bathing suits until they were ready for us. Robes and towels were stored on shelves by the pool as well. We didn't disrobe until in the massage room. Perhaps it is just that you did not bring a bathing suit? Not sure?
    Nope, our sequence was check in, then sent to the locker room to change into robes. Then, return to reception and squeeze in there until someone escorted us to our massage room. No one was in the area of the Buddha pool at all, waiting or otherwise, nor were we offered the opportunity to relax there.

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