“Spa Head”: Not What You Expect To See On Your Hotel Bill

If you’re not easily amused I recommend you stop reading this post now, but I figured some people might appreciate a lighthearted Friday afternoon post. 😉

While checking out of a hotel in Sri Lanka a couple of days ago I looked over the itemized bill, and was surprised to see this on here:

Well, that’s not usually how you expect your spa treatment to appear on your folio, eh?

That sure reminded me of the awkward spa treatments that Andrew and I had in Xiamen, China, a bit over a year ago, where they really tried to “hard sell” some add-ons…

For the record, the treatment that I booked was a 45 minute head massage, and to my knowledge that’s all I received.

Comments

  1. “I figured some people might appreciate a lighthearted Friday afternoon post.”

    Watch out, Lucky

  2. Well hopefully they knew which head to massage. Were you drunk and passed out by any chance? How much was charged should tell you which head got massaged.

    $30? The light head.

  3. If there was no “Spa foot” in the same bill, then I would scratch my head if I saw just ” Spa head” lol.

  4. @ITST

    Head is slang for oral sex.

    Also I totally approve of these silly posts, because who doesn’t like giggling like a teenager at innuendo?

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