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The Spa at Rosen Shingle Creek gives new meaning to Chocolate-Covered Valentine

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Forgo the usual box of chocolates and dip your Valentine into a day of pampering that will leave her, or him, breathless. The Spa at Rosen Shingle Creek combines their revitalizing aroma-therapeutic treatments with one of the things Valentine’s day is famous for; chocolate.

The decadent treatments infuse chocolate and raspberry oils, chocolate cake sugar scrub and strawberry soaks to melt any Valentine into a stress-free puddle. These Chocolate lover’s treatments surround total body relaxation and can be paired with any other treatment the spa has to offer.

  • Chocolate and Raspberry Facial
  • Chocolate Lover's Massage
  • Chocolate Lover's Couple's Massage
  • Chocolate Lover's Body Retreat
  • Chocolate Lover's Manicure
  • Chocolate Lover's Pedicure

Combine these treatments with a trip to the spa’s styling salon and your Valentine will emerge anew. If you are short on time then their express menu might be right for you. Each express service runs 25 minutes and they start as low as $35. Reservations can be made on their website or by phoning 407-996-9SPA (9772).

Once your Valentine’s day turns to night it’s time to turn up the charm and the Rosen Shingle Creek’s many dining and lounging options deliver. Whether you’re into rustic steakhouse romance or the ambience of the Italian countryside A Land Remembered and Cala Bella Italian Bistro will have your Valentine’s day covered, and with an 18 hole golf club and retail shops onsite you can turn Friday the 14th into a weekend to remember.



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