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Couples package at Bodia Spa

Couples package at Bodia Spa


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Bodia Spa, located above the U-Care Pharmacy at the corner of Sothearos Boulevard and street 178, is offering a high-end spa package for couples. Priced at $125 per person for up to 220 minutes, Bodia’s “In the Mood for Love” package includes a massage, body scrub or wrap and a facial treatment in a private room set up for two with a jacuzzi tub and sauna. The room is decorated with scented candles and flowers and the tub is filled with flower petals. Reservations need to be made at least two hours in advance, and the treatment also includes a basket of fresh fruit and a half-bottle of champagne.

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