Spa Cert for Huntington Beach on Ebay

Old Feb 14, 06, 7:59 am
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Spa Cert for Huntington Beach on Ebay

Just a heads up....

I was just browing ebay and noticed someone is selling a $195 spa certificate for the Huntington property spa. It starts at $95 and there aren't any bids on it.

The item number is 5664765322 and has 12 hours to go.

I don't know anything about this property and thought I would just let all of you know. I also don't have anything to do with the seller, the property or the spa .
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Old Feb 14, 06, 8:32 am
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I also don't have anything to do with the seller, the property or the spa .
Yes you do, you're a Hyatt Diamond
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Old Feb 14, 06, 8:34 am
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Well,
a $ 195 cert will buy you a 15 minute massage at the Huntington Beach Resort.

I found the prices at the Spas at all Hyatt Resorts bordering on the ridiculous with Palm Springs leading all resort properties...a 45 minute massage can easily outprice the room rate per night in the off and shoulder season
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Old Feb 14, 06, 9:05 am
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Then $95 is a relative bargain

I did notice the rates at the Anara Spa were a bit on the pricey side, but given that we were on FFN, in a suite, and not spending a whole lot of money, we went there several times.

I'm sure if we were paying for the room we would not have.

I have to agree that speding $150 and up for a 50 minute massage is ridiculous.
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Old Feb 14, 06, 4:26 pm
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Originally Posted by Threy
Well,
a $ 195 cert will buy you a 15 minute massage at the Huntington Beach Resort.

I found the prices at the Spas at all Hyatt Resorts bordering on the ridiculous with Palm Springs leading all resort properties...a 45 minute massage can easily outprice the room rate per night in the off and shoulder season

You mean the NA Hyatt Resort, e.g. the Spa at the Bali Hyatt is really really nice and reasonable priced.
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Old Feb 15, 06, 11:50 pm
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FYI, I stayed at Huntington Beach last week on an FFN extension, and had a great experience. Nice oceanfront upgrade, and the property is quite elegant. Well-run RC with outdoor patio overlooking courtyard w/ fountains and ocean in the background. Large, beautifully landscaped grounds. Comparable in quality to PH Beaver Creek, I'd say. Only negative is that it's on the wrong side of PCH.
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