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English to French translations [PRO]
Tourism & Travel / press release
English term or phrase: Boutique Spa
TThe hotel spa often referred to as a ‘Boutique Spa’ offers a wide range of...

What does boutique means exactly ? luxury? cosy? small and chic ?
thanks for your help (even translators who don't translate into french, i need to know the exact meaning of the word, cheers!)
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3spa concept / design / modèle
3convivialSerge F. Vidal

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boutique spa

"Boutique" is a new, fashionable term, meaning "Small and friendly

Serge F. Vidal
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Asker: merci pour l'explication !

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neutral  JOHN A: "boutique" refers more to small and top of the range than to convivial.
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boutique spa
spa concept / design / modèle

Comme pour hotel-boutique syn. hotel concept / design / modèle

GDT / commerce :

boutique hotel = hôtel-boutique n. m.

design hotel

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