This New Orleans oasis once caught the eye of Ellen DeGeneres, who surprised the audience of her 12 Days of Giveaways show with a trip to New Orleans. But they didn’t just get a trip out of the deal, they got to do a bunch of quintessential New Orleans things, like get pampered at Serenity Spa. Guests here especially love the massages, saying things like:
If getting regular massages sounds like it’s for you (and let’s face it, who isn’t it for?), you may want to consider a membership to Massage Envy in New Orleans. Members pay a discounted rate to get one 60-minute massage each month (or a Total Body Stretch session or facial).
Pro Tip: You should always tip a massage therapist 15%–20% of the total amount, even if you score a deal.
This Mid-City sanctuary is one of the best spas in New Orleans, a place that locals love to go when they need to unwind. And if they want to celebrate a special occasion. Woodhouse is a great spot for a couples massage, known here as a Duet massage. The massages take place in private spa rooms with two therapists and two massage tables. The therapists use Swedish massage techniques to promote relaxation and collective calm.
How Much Does a Couples Massage Cost?
For a 60-minute massage, you can expect to pay anywhere between about $80 and $150. For a longer session, you'll end up paying a little more, but you might be happy you did once you're experiencing it.
At Dreamer’s Touch, Dwayne "Dreamer" McKee, a licensed massage therapist and military veteran, brings healing to bodies and souls. He treats clients to a mix of massage techniques, primarily sports, deep-tissue, and myofascial stretching. And they love him for it. He has a perfect 5-star rating on our site, with customers saying things like:
At this Metairie massage spot, three therapists target aches, muscle soreness, and stress using therapeutic massage techniques. They each have at least 12 years of massage experience too, so they’ve seen everything from clients crippled by frozen necks to clients who just need help releasing the knots in their shoulders.
Ann, who also works as a personal trainer, is very well-versed in the anatomy of the human body. Trevor, meanwhile, actually developed a medical massage curriculum for the American Institute of Massage Therapy, where he taught for two years. And Rae is a licensed physical therapist assistant who specializes in rehabilitative massage work.