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Hana Relaxation

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5/1 Soi Sukhumvit 63, Sukhumvit Rd., Khontan-nua Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Thailand
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Forge a deeper connection to Thai cuisine during a Bangkok food tour that’s designed by a professional chef. Receive personalized attention in a small group of eight food lovers as you stray from the beaten path and sample several traditional Thai dishes in Bangkok. Plus, your guide provides personalized recommendations to last the rest of your trip.
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Suresh M wrote a review Jan 2018
Bangkok, Thailand843 contributions290 helpful votes
Simple decor, clean and good ambience, soft music in the background, fragrance of various aroma oils . Staff has good knowledge of massage.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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Ellie B wrote a review Sep 2016
Dalkeith, United Kingdom3 contributions2 helpful votes
This is a fantastic place, tucked peacefully away from the main road and with great service. The massages are very professional and they will tailor them to your requests, although it's best to ask at the front desk, as not everybody there speaks English. I have problems with tension around my neck and shoulders and they have been great at targeting those areas for me. The prices are really good for Thai-style massages (back, feet, full body etc). It costs more for oil massages and other treatments, but that is usual here. The staff are really caring and don't chat amonst themselves as much as they often do in other places, so you are really able to relax into your experience. I've been there a few times now and I"d recommend this place to anyone :)
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Date of experience: September 2016
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Jeff R wrote a review Oct 2015
39 contributions10 helpful votes
The staff was super friendly and professional. The atmosphere set this place apart from some of the other similar spas in the area. Many are loud and not as relaxing. Here it was quiet with soothing background music, the staff was very professional and not extremely chattery like they are at some places. It made it very easy to relax and enjoy the experience.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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CajunIrish wrote a review Aug 2015
Houston, Texas204 contributions40 helpful votes
I visit this place frequently, nearly every day I'm in town. This is as good as it gets. The entrance is off the street, down a cobbled brick driveway, on the left. The building extends to the sidewalk, and there are plenty of signs to point the way, as you can see from the street view on a popular map website. I was greeted in understandable English at the front desk and handed a menu listing services and prices. I have never been much on just a shoulder or foot massage, and have always gone for the traditional Thai massage. They charge by the hour, and I usually go for an hour and a half, or two hours. Payment is in advance. The masseuse showed me to a bench where I removed my shoes and socks, washed my feet, and gave me a pair of flip-flops to wear to the massage room down the hall. The rooms are screened with drapes, and have futons for customers to lie on. She gave me a thin cotton pair of pants with a string tie at the waist, and a thin cotton shirt, and left alone to change. Then I lay back and waited, not too long, listening to the soothing music and enjoying the aroma of essential oils used in the place. When I try my few words of Thai, I usually find that the masseuses all seem to come from Surin, or at least most of them do, and they don't speak much English, but not much is needed. Some of the gals press harder than others, but I try to do as the Thais do, and when it hurts more, smile more. Occasionally, however, I holler "jep" (it hurts) and they take it easier, at least for a while. They started at my feet and pressed, stretched, and/or pummeled every muscle in my body until at the end I felt like a limp dishrag, relaxed but energized. I usually tip the masseuse 100 baht, something like $3 US. Then I change back into street clothes, go to the little sofa in the lobby, drink tea and eat a couple of little cookie type things, and ooze out the door. This place is barely a block away from my favorite hotel in town (guess which), and I go for a massage almost every day I'm in town. Certainly it's great to work out the kinks from a flight, or from walking around shopping. This is a class act, top quality service at reasonable rates, and I recommend them highly.
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Date of experience: February 2015
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ldyshah wrote a review Dec 2014
Singapore, Singapore76 contributions41 helpful votes
I chanced upon this place while walking around Ekkamai. It's a short walk from the BTS, and in a quiet part of town. I had a head, shoulder and neck massage for about 9 USD, and their usual Thai massages go for about the same. At that price, I was surprised to find that I was given a luxurious treatment with tea and biscuits before and after the massage. It was a five-star experience, with great customer service for an affordable price.
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Date of experience: December 2014
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