Top five couples massage spas in South Florida

Couples all over South Florida are constantly looking for unique date ideas that will bond them to one another.

One of the under-appreciated, yet creative and gentle ideas is couple’s massages. The service is offered all over South Florida and can include aromatherapy, hot stones, and other soothing experiences for you and your other half. Many massage parlors are Asian and family-owned so it gives opportunities to support small businesses. The zen music, aromatic lotions, and soothing ambiance create the perfect experience for you and your partner to have a calming date.

The Mark Spa decorates their living room for Valentine’s Day. (Danette Heredia/Caplin News)

The Mark Spa
14510 SW 8th St, Miami
(305) 907-3799
Monday to Saturday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sunday: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The Mark Spa is a high-budget, peaceful spa. The massage takes place in one of their many large rooms with no barrier between your partner and you. Before beginning the session, the masseuse asks in what area you would like to focus on throughout your massage and carry out your request. This spa offers many packages and is on the bougie side of the many spas you find in Miami, even offering a more elaborate package for couples on Valentine’s Day.

The table you see when you first enter one of their rooms where they create a designated spot for your belongings. (Danette Heredia/Caplin News)

B Well Spa and Serenity
2470 SW 137th Ave., Miami
(305) 223-2771
Monday to Saturday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

B Well Spa has a cozy, hospitable feeling when you first walk in. The staff greets you with a form to fill out asking you an array of questions like what allergies you may have, the intensity of the massage, the areas you want special focus on, and more. During the massage, it was noticeable how well the masseuses considered the survey and how accurately they followed it. B Well Spa puts extra effort into making sure their guests have a relaxing experience, especially with the head massage that will put you right to sleep.

The twin beds used for the service are decorated in the dim room. (Danette Heredia/Caplin News)

Asian Massage
7428 SW 117th Ave, Miami
(305) 418-0670
Monday to Sunday 9 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Asian Massage is a small family-owned business located in Kendall. This is one of the many high-quality spas that contribute to the Asian-owned business scene in Miami. When purchasing their couples massage, hot stones and suction cup therapy are automatically included for you and your partner. As high quality as their massage was, their hospitality was just as good. They utilize sanitary practices like wearing non-latex gloves and non-invasive periodical check-ins. With its romantic ambiance and professionalism, this spa is highly recommended.

The outside of Relax-Asain Massage Therapy open late. (Danette Heredia/Caplin News)

Relax-Asian Massage Therapy
13730 SW 84th St, Miami
(305) 982-8168
Monday to Sunday: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

With a spa that specializes in deep tissue massages, Relax-Asian Massage Therapy is the perfect spa to go to if you’re feeling especially sore. Zen music plays all throughout the building so you can feel the relaxation as soon as you enter. Their couples massage offers a private room with no barriers between your partner and you. Hot towels and stones are included in your service, with pairs especially nice in the chilly room.

The Yaya Spa’s services complimented by their traditional Chinese décor. (Danette Heredia/Caplin News)

The Yaya Spa
10880 Pines Blvd, Pembroke Pines
(954) 342-9433
Monday to Sunday: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Located in Pembroke Pines, The Yaya Spa is an Asian-owned spa that services couples looking for unique date ideas. The masseuse was noticeably extremely experienced as they were able to identify which places were sore throughout the experience. The service includes hot stones, being especially enjoyable for those who can appreciate those extra hot showers. The service is also completely silent with no music for those who want a silent, simple service.

Danette Heredia is a student studying digital communication and media. After graduation, she hopes to work under a reputable news company where she can become an on-site photographer and videographer.