Happy Foot

Happy Foot, Hong Kong: Hours, Address, Happy Foot Reviews: 3.5/5

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Hosang_China
Seoul, South Korea43 contributions
Mar 2015 • Friends
Good service, good massage.
Comparing to other places, it is so good. Price is good enough for this quality.
Written March 2, 2015
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JamesOngSg
Singapore, Singapore367 contributions
Oct 2014 • Couples
We went to the branch near Lan Kwai Fang. We went there for foot massage and felt good. The masseurs are professional and friendly. We even came back after dinner to get a full body massage done! The place is clean and well maintained, just that the rooms can be a little small. It is advised to book early!
Written October 17, 2014
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WHAaA_family
Melbourne, Australia307 contributions
Jan 2018 • Friends
This review is for the Wanchai location (which is level 7, QRE building opposite Hopewell Center).

I regularly come here for foot massage and shanghai pedicure. On the weekends they usually have enough staff that you can just show up and ask for a massage, like we did today on a Saturday afternoon.

The pressure is as strong or as gentle as you wish, you just need to tell them. You can also opt for a shorter foot massage and they can do a mini shoulder massage for 10mins.

The decor isn’t fancy, so if you want all the trimmings, this isn’t for you. But if you want a decent massage, try this place.
Written January 20, 2018
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phippinger
Boulder, CO22 contributions
Sep 2016 • Couples
We went to the one in Central. Highly regarded by Fodor's, and my wife and I were very much looking forward to foot massages after a hot day in Hong Kong. They got us both in with 30 minutes notice, and they aren't very expensive, about HKD400 for 2 50 min massages. The good part ended there. Both of our massage therapists seemed poorly trained, inexperienced, and uninterested. The massages were pretty mindless. Rub, rub, rub... Not much to it. Very disappointing.
Written September 11, 2016
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MouMou
Hong Kong, China2,840 contributions
Feb 2013 • Friends
Happy Foot WAS probably good but it is now mass market business without emphasis on quality. If you are a foreigner and not so experienced at massage, the decor of Happy Foot might fool you into thinking they are great for their massages. You are paying for the price of the decor, not the massage and not even basic stuff like paper underwear!

I followed a bunch of friends since I heard so much of Happy Foot but have not tried. As a veteran, I brought along my own aromatherapy oil. Just in case. I should have brought along my own paper underwear too, if I had read some of the earlier reviews here.

I just had a 75mins massage. Before I started, I asked my masseuse what type of oil Happy Foot uses. She said, "Baby Oil". Well....I brought mine, thank goodness. I found out later, from her, that Happy Foot does not supply any aromatherapy oils to their staff. They have to buy their own.

The moment a masseuse's hands make a first press on my body, I can tell how good they are. Well, mine was VERY AVERAGE and she was not very interested in her job. I found out from her that Happy Foot's clientele are mostly foreigners and the company has tie-ups with travel agents and 5-star hotels to get their flow of business. Yeah, it is a volume business. The majority of their staff are from mainland China. That is ok if they are professional and well-trained. They are not. I have had way better ones.

So all I can say is that Happy Foot is a tourist trap. Trust me, you can get much better massages in HK for half the price. This will definitely be the first and last time I visit Happy Foot because I am not feeling too Happy.
Written February 2, 2013
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anonymousMelbourne
New Zealand133 contributions
Jun 2014 • Business
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I went there twice in one week for foot reflexology and full body massage the first visit, and reflexology and shoulder massage on the 2nd. Amazing and inexpensive - especially nice after walking all over HK. I saw Mr Ball No. 83 who is off on tuesdays only and was the BEST.
Written June 20, 2014
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vane_suiza
genève41 contributions
Dec 2011 • Couples
We are used to getting foot massages in Asia and this experience was by far one of the least professional ones...
We went to happy foot luxe (lyndhurst terrace 1), which is supposed to be the 'nice' version of the massage place happy foot. The place is well-located, in Central Hong Kong, but luxe is just a word they added...it is not a luxury spa at all!!!
We booked a 50-minute foot massage a day in advance. The massage lasted 50', nothing more nothing less: 40 ' of foot massage and 10' of shoulder massage...the 'therapists' didnt know what they were doing, they just kept rubbing our feet during 45 minutes...and fortunately i told my 'therapist' i wanted a soft massage, because my boyfriend got the super strong version...(and he is used to strong deep tissue massages). When they felt something sore or tensed...they kept rubbing and pushing hard without releasing any tensions...the shoulder massage was the worst part: once again they were just putting a lot of pressure on the tensed parts without massaging anything, it was really painful!!!
I left with back pains and i even had bruises a few hours later in my lower back, which isnt normal!

To sum up: quality has no price!!! Go to a more expensive place and get a really professional massage by trained therapists!!

The spa at the Langham place hotel in mongkok is really good (about $100 for an oil massage).
Written December 31, 2011
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HappiestTraveller
Brisbane112 contributions
Jul 2011 • Friends
A totally lush experience. You'll be seated in a huge and comfortably stuffed chair and have your feet worked over by the expert massuers at Happy Foot. Not the cheapest massage in Hong Kong but a total treat and you really do get what you pay for. If you're in Hong Kong you should definitely visit Happy Foot!
Written July 26, 2011
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Hong Kong, China3,952 contributions
Sep 2019 • Solo
...which is what you want in a massage, ideally. The location on here is incorrect by a few in though. It’s on Queens Road East in the QRE Plaza building.
Written October 12, 2019
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GLC
35 contributions
Feb 2019 • Couples
Called to schedule an appointment hours for the Century Square branch today in advance. Show up and had to wait a half hour to get the therapist. I then had to shorten my session from 75 minutes to 50 minutes because we were going to be late for a planned dinner. Others in the room had the same problem. I could kick myself as I’ve had scheduling issues with them before. This time I’m done.

This is a massage factory so staff levels are all over the place but most importantly really poorly run and managed !!! There are so many options in HONG KONG I’d recommend to give this place a miss.
Written February 9, 2019
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