Things that I loved

Hair - - It’s Spa Time! -

From the wooden stair­case that leads you to the wait­ing room to the taste­fully done up treat­ment suites — ev­ery­thing about the place is warm and invit­ing. The Thai dé­cor, com­ple­mented by lux­u­ri­ous fur­nish­ing, ex­quis­ite fra­grances and sooth­ing mu­sic, in­stantly puts you at ease.

In the pre-treat­ment form, I was told to com­mu­ni­cate my pref­er­ences — be it health con­cerns, level of mas­sage or my ex­pec­ta­tions. This is used to tai­lor the ex­pe­ri­ence to fit your pref­er­ences.

What I re­ally ap­pre­ci­ated about the spa was its punc­tu­al­ity and the hy­giene level. The ther­a­pists pro­vide you with dis­pos­able un­der­gar­ments and wear gloves dur­ing the ther­apy — rest as­sured, none of that in­ter­feres with the qual­ity of the mas­sage. I tried out the Grande Ther­a­peu­tic Luk Pra Kob, which is an au­then­tic Thai rit­ual that uses cu­ra­tive es­sen­tial oil prop­er­ties of a warm herbal com­press to al­le­vi­ate pain and re­lease mus­cle tension.

The clas­sic full body mas­sage melted all the stress away as my body got ac­cus­tomed to the weight­less feel­ing. The per­fect fi­nale to the two-hour treat­ment was a scalp mas­sage that left me com­pletely re­freshed. The spa’s pro­fes­sional ther­a­pists are sen­si­tive to your needs and an­swer ev­ery ques­tion of yours. The friendly and gra­cious Thai hospi­tal­ity makes the en­tire ex­pe­ri­ence un­for­get­table.

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