Being a center of excellence for education, history and art is impressive and all, but life in Boston can get pretty stressful – make no mistake. Thankfully there are plenty of places in Beantown waiting to knead away your worries, aches and pains. You can save money while you relax with our range of massage deals in Boston. Find affordable massages for your every need, from hot stone therapy to soothing foot rub.
Newbury Spa was absolutely a delight! Treated my boyfriend to a couple’s massage! Tina and Tracey were so amazing!
60-minute TUINA massage with Cindy was excellent. I've been to this Spa quite a few times. All the therapist's have been wonderful.
Had a great Deep Tissue massage with hot stones...very clean very professional...extremely happy with my massage.
Pro Tip: Swedish massage is an excellent choice for beginners. Unlike specialized massages which focus on specific areas of tension, Swedish massage is an all-rounder. It aims to treat the whole body, using long, sweeping strokes to target your entire back – while boosting circulation and relaxation.
The thing about finding the best massage in Boston is that it largely depends on your own needs and what you expect to get from the massage. Find the perfect deal for you by checking out our FAQs first. For more information on reserving a massage, read the Groupon Manual.
For hot stone massage in the Boston area, you can't do better than Sea Spa in Medford. It's one of our most highly rated merchants offering the treatment.
Why reserve a hot stone massage? Well – a massage is already an indulgent treat, but sometimes you just want something a little extra. Enter everyone's favorite massage add-on: hot stones.
Hot stones can be added to any classic massage style, such as Swedish or deep tissue, delivering therapeutic heat to tight areas and loosening tension so the therapist can tackle it with less effort.
Massage prices will vary across Beantown depending on where you go, what treatment you choose, and how long your massage lasts. However, you can expect to pay somewhere between $50 and $100 for your massage.
Generally speaking – the longer a massage is, the more it'll cost. And if you choose added extras, such as a glass of wine or even some additional spa treatments to make a day of it, the price will rise.
One of the most intense spa treatments is a deep-tissue massage. Boston has plenty of places offering it – from the best massages in Chinatown to treatments in the West End and beyond.
Some of our favorite places include:
Whether you're a dancer, a marathon runner, or a hockey enthusiast, sports injuries happen to the best of us. Sports massages are designed to ease those aches and pains, and Boston is home to plenty of spas that specialize in this treatment.
You can find expert sports massages at: