Hotel Room Massage
Hotel room massage Las Vegas, these days most people know that sex during an in-room massage is not a reasonable expectation. Massage therapists are highly trained professionals who offer therapeutic treatment. But some customers think if they offer a big enough tip, they might get lucky because they are in the privacy of their hotel room, without the spa setting to remind them of the boundaries.
An in-room massage is not a sensual massage and doesn’t involve any sexual contact, “extras” or “happy endings“. You follow the same rules of etiquette that you would in any spa—you don’t get dressed or undressed in front of the therapist, you don’t expect or ask for sexual contact, and you don’t cross the boundaries of the therapeutic relationship in any way.
What Happens During an In-Room Massage
Massage therapist arrives for an in-room massage within 30 mins after booking is confirmed. They ask about areas that need work or health problems you are experiencing and then give you time to disrobe. After giving you the massage, they give you privacy again to put your robe or clothes back on.
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Reasons for an In-Room Massage
Sometimes the hotel has its own spa but the guest would rather get a massage in their room. Often these customers are business travelers who are short on time or request a massage outside of regular spa hours. Sometimes it’s a celebrity who doesn’t want to mingle.
Establishing Expectations for the In-Room Massage
Problems more commonly arise, as they did in a well-known massage scandal when the hotel doesn’t have its own spa but relies on outside massage therapists who come to the room. There is no spa, the guest is going through the concierge, and the massage therapist can’t assess the guest’s language and behavior on the phone.
What You Should Know About In-Room Massage
The most important things about having an in-room massage are managing expectations and keeping good boundaries.
- The words therapeutic massage are always an indicator that the massage is for health purposes, with no “extras.”
- Massage therapists are more vulnerable in someone’s hotel room than they are in a spa, so don’t be surprised if they spell out that it’s a therapeutic massage. Be considerate of their need for safety.
- If the concierge set it up for you, it’s a therapeutic massage.
- Asking for or initiating sexual contact during a therapeutic massage is not only rude, but it is also illegal sexual harassment.
- If you ask for sexual contact or behave in a sexual way, the therapist has the right to, and should, stop the massage right there.
NO. A full thai body massage doesn’t include private parts massage. If it does then that’s not a massage or you are at the wrong place. But who cares?
Now there is a difference of opinion as to whether private parts should be included or not. Let’s see the reasons.
PRIVATE PARTS MASSAGE: IS IT A TABOO!
Full body massage means head to toe including everything. Not only private parts but a full body massage includes your hair, head, eyes, ears, and chin. Although it’s a total body massage from top to bottom still you will be kicked out of the massage room before time.
I got a complete top to a bottom massage once in a spa at Ghod Dod Road. The girl was remarkably a trained and professional massage therapist. Her hands were soft on my body and she really did a very good massage.
In fact, I was surprised to see that after back, front, leg, shoulders she was giving me a head massage. That was something out of the box. I won’t forget it. It was so relaxing that I fell into a deep sleep.
How much is a massage in Las Vegas?
This usually costs anywhere from $150-$200 per hour in the US. The average massage prices in Las Vegas will vary from place to place, from massage to massage, and even from masseuse to masseuse. Think about what is most important to you when going to get a massage.
- Swedish massage. Swedish massage is a gentle type of full-body massage that’s ideal for people who: …
- Hot stone massage. …
- Aromatherapy massage. …
- Deep tissue massage. …
- Sports massage. …
- Trigger point massage. …
- Reflexology. …
- Shiatsu massage.
How long should a massage be? Typically massage therapy should be at least 50 minutes to one hour for a general full body treatment to be effective. Some establishments offer forty-five and fifty minute sessions.