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Relax Already While Traveling: Airport Spas

Traveling can be such a pain in the neck so next time you're at the airport, stop by one of these airport spa/massage destinations for a quick treatment or even a massage to get that pain out of your neck.

  • JFK International Airport (NY): The Oasis Day Spa is New York’s first full service airport spa (in JetBlue's Terminal 6). There, you’ll be able to get a manicure, pedicure, and facial treatments.
  • Baltimore-Washington International Airport: Destination Relaxation -- one is a chair-massage station on Pier B and the other is a full-service store on Pier D that offers table and chair massages, as well as foot and hand rubs.
  • Chicago's O'Hare International Airport: The Backrub Hub offers neck and back massages in Terminal 3 (by the American and Delta gates). It's a little weird because you're out in the open, but good if you're not embarrassed easily.
  • Denver International Airport: A Massage Inc. where you can get a haircut or massage (chair or table) at the location on Concourse B. The other is in the Main Terminal.
  • There's a few more, so

  • Detroit International Airport (Edward McNamara Terminal): OraOxygen Spa along with traditional manicures and pedicures this travel spa has a 15-minute session that enhances stamina, eliminates fatigue, minimizes toxic build-up and intensifies mental alertness.
  • JFK International, Pittsburgh International, Philadelphia International and San Francisco International Airports: The XpresSpa where the name says it all has up to three attendants work on you to get an express treatment (pretty much standard spa services) with express results.
  • Seattle-Tacoma International, Nashville International and Newark Liberty International Airports: The Massage Bar offers 15-30 minutes of seated massage or ten minutes of foot reflexology.

Don't need to relax but you would like to workout, then check out Airport Gyms for Your Travels.

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mandiesoh mandiesoh 9 years
yeah more spas are popping up in airports around the world. but i think they're really too ex for me. :(
wiggle wiggle 9 years
I can see doing something at an airport spa on an unexpected layover. I never travle without my kids so the chances are low.
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