SpaShark.com, the world’s most-trusted online spa guide, has added sections covering spas located in Orlando, Florida and Nova Scotia, Canada. SpaShark.com now features guest-written reviews of spas located in nine U.S. states and ten countries.
The first spa covered in SpaShark.com's new Orlando section is the Westgate Lakes Resort & Spa. In Nova Scotia, its the Oak Island Resort & Spa. Both sections may be viewed free of charge.
Spas visits are increasingly popular. The International Spa Association reports that people made 136 million spa visits in the U.S. in 2003, spending a total of $11.2 billion.
SpaShark.com publishes reviews of all types of spas, including day spas, medical spas, and resort spas. The site places a small gray shark fin icon next to spas that are, on the whole, positively reviewed by guests. The fin system gives spa clients a quick way to find well-liked spas within a given city.
SpaShark.com now features reviews of spas located in Arizona, California, Florida, Hawaii, Georgia, Illinois, Nevada, and New Mexico. The site also contains reviews of spas located outside the U.S., in Belize, the Cayman Islands, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, the Netherlands, Turks and Caicos, and the Virgin Islands.
Neither SpaShark.com nor its parent SharkPage is affiliated with the International Spa Association or any of the above-named spas.
SpaShark.com collects, screens, and publishes guest-written reviews of spas worldwide. Founded in March 2005, SpaShark.com is available free of charge. SpaShark.com is owned by SharkPage, a privately held company based in Palo Alto, California. SharkPage also publishes HotelShark.com, which National Geographic Traveler magazine named one of the five best travel websites. SpaShark, HotelShark, and SharkPage are trademarks of SharkPage.