Update: In May the “Be Relax” spas at DTW and SAN joined Priority Pass, and now the “Be Relax” spa at LAX has joined Priority Pass. The post below is updated to reflect this.
Priority Pass members can now enjoy complimentary spa treatments at select airports in the United States, which is pretty cool.
“Be Relax” spas join Priority Pass
Priority Pass is the world’s largest network of independent airport lounges, with over 1,300 locations around the world. While most Priority Pass locations are traditional lounges, the network also has some other unique experiences, including dozens of airport restaurants belonging to the network.
Priority Pass has now added three “Be Relax” airport spa locations to its network. Specifically:
What “Be Relax” treatments do Priority Pass members get?
Priority Pass members are entitled to one of the following treatments at “Be Relax” airport spa locations:
- 30 minute Lounger Massage — Be Back ($35 value)
- 15 minute Lounger Massage plus Aromatherapy & O2 — Be Back ($35 value)
- 10 minute Head Massage plus Aromatherapy & O2 — Head Up ($38 value)
- 10 minute Foot Massage plus Aromatherapy & O2 — Be Feet ($38 value)
- You’ll need to present a boarding pass for confirmed same day travel (though an arriving boarding pass should be fine)
- Members are allowed to bring up to one guest (meaning two people could get treatments)
- It would appear that those who have a Priority Pass membership through an Amex card aren’t entitled to this, as Amex excludes most non-lounge experiences for members
Time permitting, who wouldn’t love a quick head, foot, or back massage between flights? Heck, this makes me kind of sad that I almost never travel through these airport terminals.
“Be Relax” has locations at a lot more airports in the United States (and around the globe, for that matter). I’m not sure if these locations are being added because they’re the quietest and need the most business, or what, but here’s to hoping that more locations are added.
For those curious about the economics, essentially Priority Pass pays participating locations a fixed amount for each visit. In some cases that just goes towards being admitted to a lounge, in some cases that goes towards dining at a restaurant, and in some cases that …….