I was here on two occasions during my week in Budapest. The first was with my mother, we had a pedicure and a facial. We booked our treatments earlier in the day, but since we were here on a kind if off-season time, perhaps it's better to book earlier during the high season. We were greeted by a friendly receptionist and given a key to a locker containing clean, and lightly perfuned robe and slippers.
We were supposed to have a Japanese pedicure, but I'm not sure we had the full experience, since it lasted only about 40 minutes. The pedicurist was nice and did an okay job, I feel it was a bit rushed though, and it lacked some of the regular features of a spa pedicure. The facial was very good, a long, nice massage, and a very skilled therapist. When the facial had reached the end I felt this was a bit rushed as well.
My manicure a few days later was okay, but I also feel that there was a pressure of finishing in time, and what ended up a regular manicure only lasted about 35 minutes.
The ambience and staff are welcoming and soothing, so the stress I perceived on the treatments seemed at odds with my previous spa experiences. The spa might not be too easy to find, there's a black sign with the green s-shaped logo where the spa is located kn a rather busy street. The nearest metro stop is Kelvin Ter, I highly recommend you to download the Budapest city guide from Tripadvisor. That way you can easily navigate using your smart phone, even when offline. I also advice you to check out the spa's webpage with info on the treatments. Price wise it was of good value, but I'd probably choose other (longer) treatments next time. The staff speak reasonably well english, no tipping is neccessary. It was also clean and hygenic.
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