The Deep Retreat : Spa & Bathhouse located at Corner Warner Street &, Owen St, Port Douglas QLD 4877, Australia

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Thainara Biazzini

5 Google Rating

Amazing place! Mike was lovely and very friendly. There is a courtesy bath & steam house that just t

5/ 5

Amazing place! Mike was lovely and very friendly. There is a courtesy bath & steam house that just turns your massage to another level of relaxation. From the lovely smell to the soothing music and environment and great massage. It’s a must visit!!

amanda kypreos

5 Google Rating

Excellent massage and soothing environment. A must for anyone visiting port Douglas. There is also a

5/ 5

Excellent massage and soothing environment. A must for anyone visiting port Douglas. There is also a peaceful bath and steam room that goes perfectly with a treatment. Definitely returning!

Jason Butler

5 Google Rating

I had a treatment from Mayra Saturday just gone, very professional and courteous. Her pressure was p

5/ 5

I had a treatment from Mayra Saturday just gone, very professional and courteous. Her pressure was perfect, asking a few times if I was comfortable or not. Mayra had a fantastic energy and had me at ease within a few minutes of talking with her. I was also relieved of tension I did not realize I was carrying. Afterwards, the steam room and sento bath were the perfect ending to an amazing massage. I cannot recommend this practice highly enough to anyone visiting PD and looking for a good massage 🙂

Natalie Charlotte

5 Google Rating

Went to the hot yoga class + had a massage afterwards - the yoga instructor was also the same who di

5/ 5

Went to the hot yoga class + had a massage afterwards - the yoga instructor was also the same who did my massage and both the yoga class and massage were phenomenal. Felt light, rejuvenated and brand new after my yoga and massage, thanks so much!

Michael Gilligan

5 Google Rating

Amazing massage and experience, highly recommended and the first thing we book when visiting Port Do

5/ 5

Amazing massage and experience, highly recommended and the first thing we book when visiting Port Douglas.

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