Hotel/Resort Service

The Industry has grown and is now EXPECTED at hotels and resorts worldwide.

“Spas have become a necessity for full-service hotel operations. They are to hotels today what swimming pools were in the 80’s and fitness centers in the 90s. Whether spa services are merely offered in-room, or via a proprietary outlet onsite, these types of offerings are now more commonly expected of our hotels.”

– Starwood Hotels and Resorts, Global Careers

How It Works

  1.  Guests learn about our spa services through hotel staff and marketing materials
  2.  Choose a spa service from our wellness menu
  3.  Contact us directly at 844-SPA-CART to schedule a service
  4.  Guests make credit card payment directly to Spa La Carte
  5.  A spa specialist sets up the spa cart in the guests’ room and provides a relaxing spa experience

What We Do For You

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Provide spa services, technicians, and spa equipment

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Provide full service spa operations and management

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Provide all marketing materials

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Provide a new lucrative revenue stream for your hotel (Potential commissions can range from $20,000 per year to $200,000)

What We Need From You

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Minimal storage space for spa carts

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Sheets and hand towels for spa services

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Marketing to your guests and staff

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Service agreement

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In-room spa menu table top display

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In-room spa directory

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Website presence

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Elevator/lobby advertising display

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Front desk spa service awareness training

“Therapists bring the cart to the room. It’s easy, convenient, it’s seamless.”

“Guest’s love the added services”

“At the end of the month I get our commission check!”

John Warnagiris

GM Chateau Resort, Poconos

Contact Us

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Vicki Hicks, LMT

570-977-1900

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Dr. Anthony Gurgiullo

570-730-7311

Benefits of Massage

Massage is generally considered part of complementary and alternative medicine. It's increasingly being offered along with standard treatment for a wide range of medical conditions and situations. Studies of the benefits of massage demonstrate that it is an effective treatment for reducing stress, pain and muscle tension. While more research is needed to confirm the benefits of massage, some studies have found massage may also be helpful for:

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Anxiety

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Digestive disorders

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Fibromyalgia

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Headaches

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Insomnia related to stress

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Myofascial pain syndrome

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Soft tissue strains or injuries

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Sports injuries

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Temporomandibular joint pain

When to Avoid Massages

Most people can benefit from massage. However, massage may not be appropriate if you have:

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Bleeding disorders or take blood-thinning medication
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Burns or healing wounds
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Deep vein thrombosis
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Fractures
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Severe osteoporosis
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Severe thrombocytopenia