Don’t just get confused, thinking that destination spa and resort spa are two terms that are used interchangeably.
But, in reality, their concepts are different.
There's even a difference with destination spas, ranging from small specialty inns having a staff of physicians, psychologists, nutritionists and physical therapists.
It offers so many classes, lectures and services that and so many things going on that you could spend months there and still not experience them all.
* Resort spas do not include meals. Destination spas include meals. Keep that in mind when you compare prices.
* You may have to pay anywhere from $10 to $20 for yoga or other exercise classes. Classes at destination spas are included.
* Many resorts have kids' camps. Destination spas don't allow children.