This quaint spa is hidden in the corner of the main building. It’s a short walk through the game room and you will see the spa sign.
Know Before You Go
This is not your typical Disney Senses full spa experience. They consider this to be a boutique spa. There are no locker rooms, relaxation rooms, jacuzzis or saunas.
When entering the spa area you walk down a hallway and the pedicure room is to the right. Then you will pass a small waiting area to make your way to the front desk is at the end of the hall way. My mother got the pedicure and I Received the foot and leg relaxation treatment ( after 6 days at the park, I needed this).
Once signed in we were escorted to the small waiting area where we filled out our paperwork and got a cup of coffee from the Keurig. My mom and I then were escorted to a small room with 2 pedicure chairs. We shared one tech who jumped back and forth during our services.
The foot and leg relaxation started with a sugar scrub on my feet and legs, soak, an extended foot and leg massage and ended with a hot towel wrap. My mom had a standard pedicure experience that seemed well, pretty standard. During her service we found out that the spa is contracted and not ran by Disney and the techs are Independent contractors. Remember the cute little bottles of nail polish you used to receive as a part of your Disney World spa experience? Though they were discontinued at the parks you can find them here at Vero Beach. They are great for touch ups after the pool or beach. They also can extend the life of your pedicure long after your vacation has ended.
Our services lasted under an hour start to finish. When checking out I did ask about the DVC discount. After showing my card they took off 10%. The spa had a variety of gifts, lotions and sugar scrubs for purchase.
Overall this quiet little spa offered a relaxing experience without a lot of the extras that would be expected at a Disney spa.