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Spa 28

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28 rue Monsieur le Prince, 75006 Paris France
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stingley23 wrote a review Sep 2017
Turks and Caicos188 contributions68 helpful votes
My wife and I recently booked a 'spa day' here - massages, a little pool, then facials. The place itself is a really cool subterranean space located under a hotel. Dark, relaxing and soothing. We began with 90-minute massages and we both loved them! We regularly get massages, and these were excellent, it seemed as if the therapists had massaged us many times before - great technique, great pressure. Then, off to the pool for a little soaking. Well, maybe it was just us but we thought it'd be heated to some degree but it was actually very cool. Not that relaxing! For the facials, I think we learned something - if you want a real facial, go to an esthetician not a spa. The therapists were very nice, it was just the routine they follow. It's much more like a face and scalp massage than anything else. We'd definitely come back for the massage but we'd skip the facials.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Amy S wrote a review May 2017
Akron, Ohio82 contributions15 helpful votes
This is a beautiful and relaxing location in the 6th arr. We had a couple's massage and they personalized it by asking questions beforehand. The pool was colder than I had experienced in other spas. It was more pool temperature and not hot tub like I expected. However the jets in the pool were strong and were great for sore muscles. The tea and snacks were a nice feature.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Gaminechick wrote a review Apr 2017
Paris, France36 contributions13 helpful votes
This was a birthday gift and it took me three months to find the time to book a massage. In short, I discovered a fantastic little spa, tucked away on a side street in the sixth arrondissement, with superb service who offered the possible best massage I have ever experienced here in Paris. (To be honest, the quality of spas in Paris are nothing like what you find in Australia or the States.) There is a small pool, jacuzzi, hammam and sauna. The catch is you can only access these facilities before your massage and not afterwards. I was lucky since as it turned out I was 40 minutes early. the other catch is the staff don't really speak English so this is the time to test your French (this maybe a struggle when you're in a massage-imposed daze) but they are keen to establish to what you want. And the service is most Paris-unlike as in genuinely delightful and helpful despite the lack of English. Highly, highly recommend it!!
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Date of experience: April 2017
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lval92 wrote a review Aug 2016
Edmonton, Canada14 contributions14 helpful votes
My boyfriend booked this spa for us as a surprise while we were in Paris for a few days. It was definintely one of the best surprises I've had! We were booked in for a couples massage, and could use the facilities beforehand - hamman, spa pool and jet shower. It was lovely and relaxing and beautiful too as it's downstairs and looks like an old cave when you're inside. The massage itself was brilliant. The ladies were great, and very patient as I had to translate their French into English for my boyfriend. They were very attentive and professional and asked what we would like and if there were any points we wanted focused on. The heated massage chairs were an added bonus!! Definitely will return next time in Paris!!
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Date of experience: July 2016
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MamCandig wrote a review May 2016
Brest, France549 contributions70 helpful votes
Very cute and charming spa offering good value for money. Before getting massaged, one can use the hammam (Turkish baths) and/or the pool/jacuzzi. The facilities are quite small so it can easily get crowded. My friend and I got a 45-minute duo massage. It was very nice with the masseuses asking us a bunch of questions beforehand in order to personalise the experience as much as possible (where to insist on massaging, which massage oil, etc). It was a very good experience, the masseuses were excellent! However it was a bit hard to relax with some clients talking and laughing in the next door pool. Our massage was quite early in the morning so we only had 45 minutes to use the hammam and the jacuzzi. I personally would recommend to use it for longer if possible to be better relaxed. So in a nutshell: The plus sides: + Really cosy and delicate ambiance + Really hot hammam + Fantastic massage + Great service!! + The tea and fruits offered after the massage + Big plus for the very soft and snug robes! The negative sides: - Small place so it easily gets very loud. - The "tea area" is located in the corridor so it is not convivial.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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