Spas in Fort Lauderdale, FL

Visiting a spa is a great way to relax and forget about the stresses of day-to-day life. At Francesca Guerrera Salon & Spa in Fort Lauderdale, FL, we'll give you the indulging you deserve while all of your worries melt away.

Variety You'll Love

Whether you're in need of a massage, facial, or body scrub, you deserve to be pampered. Our fully licensed and insured technicians have experience performing a wide variety of spa treatments. A spa day is a great way to unwind and have some time to recharge, so whether you come in alone or with a group of friends, we can customize spa treatments that are right for you. We'll work our hardest to make your spa experience an enjoyable one. We also offer couples massages along with body treatments and wraps.

When you need to escape from the daily grind, look no further than Francesca Guerrera Salon & Spa. We're a premier spa in Fort Lauderdale. We're open seven days a week for your convenience, so call or visit us today.

If you’ve never experienced a spa day before, you might not know quite what’s in store. The following guide explains what typically happens before, during and after your selected spa treatments, and what else you can expect from your special day.

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Spa Treatments

What happens when I arrive at the spa?

If it is your first time visiting the spa, it is likely you’ll be asked to complete a health questionnaire upon arriving at reception. A member of staff may ask you to remove your shoes and socks and to slip your feet into a pair of slippers while you do this, to encourage you to start relaxing as as soon as possible. You may also be offered some refreshments.

Once you’ve completed the requested forms, you’ll be directed to a changing area so you can shed some clothing and climb into your robe, and then you’ll receive a tour of the spa’s premises and its facilities. 

Be sure to ask your tour guide when, and where you need to be, in order to avoid missing or delaying any of your treatments. You may need to enter a waiting room 10 minutes before your facial, or back massage, for example.

What can I expect during my spa treatments?

All good spa treatments start with a consultation. The therapist will ask you questions about the condition of your skin (or body/limb, as applicable) in order to best cater the treatment to your specific needs. The therapist should then talk you through the stages of the treatment, explaining the purpose and benefits of each.

If you’re unsure which garments you need to remove for any treatment, simply ask the therapist. Pedicures and manicures usually require nothing to be removed at all, while you may need to strip down to your underwear - and/or utilize the industry practice of ‘draping’ - for a full body treatment.

During your treatments, you can engage in as much, or as little, conversation with the therapist as you wish. Never be afraid to ask for anything which may make your experience more relaxing or comfortable.


What happens after my treatments are complete?

You may be able to book additional spa treatments for later in the day, depending on the availability of staff and rooms. Booking treatments additional to those included in your selected package in advance of your spa day is strongly advised however, to avoid disappointment and to save money.

While you’re free to leave the venue at whatever time you’d like, many spas ask their guests to sign out at reception before doing do, for fire safety reasons and to ensure all applicable charges are settled. You may like to explore attractions and sights local to the spa once you have departed - if so, you may find our city guides useful.

What else can I expect from my spa day?

Before you leave the spa, you may be asked if you’re interested in buying full size versions of the products used as part of your treatments, or paying to become a full time member if you’re visiting a club spa. In either case, do not feel obligated to part with your cash if you do not wish to - you won’t be the first, or last, guest to refuse these upsells.