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SpaFinder Releases State of Spa Travel Survey
Posted: August 20, 2008
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Additionally, the survey revealed the West Coast of the United States is still the most popular spa travel destination, followed closely by the Southwest and Mexico.
Twenty-six percent of spa travelers now book in the range of $250-299 per night, followed by $300-349 (23%) and $200-$249 (22%), the report also noted. So, in 2008, travelers are actually willing to pay more compared to 2007, when only 18% booked at $300-349.
And finally, in 2008, 26% of agents are recommending spa travel 'all the time,' up from 19% last year. And 95% now recommend spa travel either 'some' or 'all' of the time.
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