I have had many pedicures over the years at quite a variety of spas. This was definitely one of the more expensive ones at $105.00 for a one hour service. The lounge areas are very nice although my daughter and I could not access the hot tub, not having brought bathing suits and not wishing to bathe au naturel. Would have been nice to have been told that this was available so we could plan ahead. Oh well.
The first negative that I encountered was a poor selection of polish colours, particularly in the pink range. There was literally nothing there that I liked at all. The technician told me that they usually have a much greater range of colours but that they had run out and were on order. This, of course, is of no help to the client and illuminates a problem with whoever is supposed to do the ordering of supplies. Shouldn't these things be ordered BEFORE you run out?? Had I known that there would be such a paucity of polish I could have brought my own for the technician to use. Oh well.
The pedicure itself was fine until the massage of the legs and feet. She used such a light touch that it didn't even feel like a massage. During the massage she was pretty much lost in thought, not really concentrating on what she was doing. As a result, what is, in my opinion, the best part of a pedicure was really unsatisfactory and disappointing. Oh well.
Overall, I did not feel that this was a one hundred dollar pedicure. And yes, I tipped, so it was $120.00. The polish job was just average. You can get a better pedicure at any of the many salons in Calgary that provide this service. Oh well.
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