• How long would be the sessions?

    The session would be approximately for an hour wherein 30 mins will be dedicated for massage and 30 minutes for water spa.

  • What are the working hours?

    From morning 10:00 am to evening 7:00 pm, but the last appointment of the day will be accepted at 6:00 in the evening.

  • How can I book my appointment?

    You can book your appointment via phone.

  • What preparations to be undertaken before sessions?

    Remember to feed your baby at least 30 minutes prior the massage. Feeding will help him enjoy the therapies and not make him hungry or even tired.

  • What is the best time to get kids?

    The best time for kids to enjoy spa therapies is in the morning between 11:00 to 12:00 as they are fresh and active. However, you can also get them for evening sessions between 4:00 to 5:00 as they are done with their sleep and feeding.

  • When can I witness the results of the therapies on kids?

    The results start shaping up from the first session itself because their mind and body starts getting relaxation. However, the actual results can be witnessed eventually after 2-3 sessions.

  • Is your staff kid-friendly and well-trained?

    Yes, our staff is fully trained and qualified. They are well-versed with the mannerisms of kids and hence handle them beautifully.

  • How to do you deal with cranky kids?

    Kids who are fussy and cranky are handled beautifully by our staff as they are equally well-trained. Ninos Bonitos boasts of a play area and cranky kids are made comfortable there first and then their therapies kickstart.

  • Is there a doctor onboard?

    Yes! We have a qualified pediatrician onboard who monitors every kid and the therapies likewise.

  • What safety measures do you undertake?

    The equipments and the surroundings are completely kid-friendly and are erected from the kid’s point of view. Likewise, our staff is well-qualified and they make sure to not leave any kid alone. Most importantly, we have a readily available first-aid kit but we urge one parent to be constantly available with the kids.