I went there with my partner for massage, facial and a manicure. When we saw the prices we quickly jumped at the opportunity, but learned that you get what you pay for. I started out in the same room as my partner for my facial and his massage. My partner described his massage as an 'oil bath.' During his massage the therapist asked the gal with me in Laotian (not realizing my husband spoke the language) what she was going to do for an hour massage? The other gal responded to spend half an hour on his arms. My facial was rushed. The manicure was a total joke. There were two manicurists, one working on either arm, and so the shape of my nails did not match. The spa sat me near a desk fan to dry my nails, which of course smudged within 2 minutes of leaving the place. My impression was there were no real professionals there, everyone was in training.