How to book a body to body massage?

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How to book a body to body massage?

Ah body to body massage, the crème de la crème of adult treatments. While body to body massage is seductive, soothing and super sexy, many prospective clients sometimes get stuck on the same thing – how do I book one? While most parlours have a phone number to ring, it can be tough knowing what to say. Do I tell them my name? Do I need to know which service I want? And how far do I book in advanced? are common worries. Well don’t threat, we’re here to give you the lowdown on how to book body to body massage, for both incall and outcall appointments.

Booking a body to body massage can be done in three ways:

  • Dialling the call centre. For the fastest response do not hesitate to call the friendly booking agents, it takes less than a minute to call and book.
  • Texting the call centre. Text bookings can also be made. However, as there are often a lot of people trying to book at once, it’s likely not going to be the quickest way to make arrangement.
  • Send an email. If you don’t have access to a phone or have a lot of queries then massage parlours do have an email address set up for clients to utilise.

What do I need to tell the booking line?

So you’ve got through to the booking agents, what do you do next? Well first you need to specify if you want an incall or outcall session, as the format of booking can be a little different.

Incall bookings

Incall sessions are super simple to arrange and can usually be taken in less than 30 seconds. The agent will simply ask what time you desire to come to the parlour and which therapist you would like the massage with (if you have a preference). If these two queries match then a booking will immediately be made. An SMS confirmation will be sent, which will also include the parlour’s full address and instructions of what to do when you arrive. A common myth is that your name is required for making an incall booking, but that isn’t the case at all. Massage parlours aim to keep the services as discreet as possible for the clients, therefore never feel obliged to give your name. If you want to find out a little more about the services, then the booking agents will be more than happy to help. However, you needn’t specify which treatment you want on the phone – as this can be done privately with you and therapist when you arrive at the parlour.

Outcall bookings

Outcall sessions are a little more complex, but are also really easy to arrange. When specifying you want outcall, the booking agent will normally ask for your postcode to check availability and pricing. So do make sure you have it to hand when enquiring about outcall. They may also ask if it’s a house, apartment or hotel. It’s important to also specify if you would like certain extras such as Nuru or prostate massage, as these not only cost a little more – but also means the therapist needs to bring specialist equipment to your appointment. The booking agent will call you back in less than five minutes with pricing for happy ending and full service packages, as well as any requests you may have asked for. If you are happy with the price which has been given then the booking process will go ahead. Details needed for hotel visits and outcall to private residences are a little different.

Private residences

If you want an outcall to your house, apartment or AIRBNB then you need to provide the following information.

  • First name
  • Flat number (if necessary), door number, road name, area of London
  • Full postcode
  • First choice of therapist


For a visit to your hotel or serviced apartment, you need to inform your booking agent..

  • Full name
  • Room number
  • Hotel name
  • Hotel address
  • Full postcode
  • First choice of therapist

So you may ask why you need to give full name for a hotel outcall but not for private residences. Well, sadly a small minority of people try to make fake bookings to outcalls at hotels. By providing the booking team with your full name means that they can check with the concierge if you are guest there. Most concierge teams don’t ask the reason for calling. But if they were to ask then don’t worry, the booking team will never inform the hotel about your massage appointment and will instead state they are contact you on behalf of personal reasons. Please note, that refusing to provide your full name for hotel outcall will mean that a booking cannot be made. The booking teams also destroy any evidence of both incall and outcall sessions every 24 hours. You can be rest assured your sultry secret is safe with the parlour.

When is the booking line open?

Massage booking lines are open throughout the whole working day of the therapists, which generally tend to be 10am to 3am, seven days a week. This means there is plenty of time to call, SMS or email to book.

How far should I book in advanced?

Due to massage parlours not holding any client information, it’s important to call on the day you want your session. As little as 30 minutes notice can be made for incalls, however it’s better to give a little bit more time for booking an outbound visit. Outcall to Central London takes around 45 minutes for a therapist to arrive. Visits to places further afield including Canary Wharf and Heathrow can take up to one hour, so please do book more in advanced if you find yourself not in the Central Zone.

Book a body to body massage

Now you know what to do, go ahead and book a body to body massage in London for yourself! Our highly-trained, professional and insanely stunning therapists are just one call, text or email away from being in your sultry company. Our lovely English-speaking booking agents can’t wait to hear from you.


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