It's located in the basement of a building, so the air is a bit damp and stale. The surrounding area is the Wanchai bar district, so is not the most pleasant, but that's not the spa's fault. I actually found the massage to be quite relaxing and the therapist to be very good, but didn't like the decor of the spa. The receptionists were not helpful either - I was 10 minutes late and they said they'd shorten my session. Fair enough - being on time is part of the deal. But then the therapist herself was late! It was finally agreed that my full treatment (a massage and facial with a fat burning special tummy massage) would be honoured. But I was so stressed out by the process.
The decor: It's kind of space-ship like with neon lights and curved white counters and furniture, but the combination isn't one of class nor much comfort. They actually have a Causeway Bay joint too - which features fake greenery and similar white curvy decor, but the ambience isn't much better either.
Beware - the front desk staff will sell you to join their spa packages. I was 'sold' for quite a long time and was thinking of polite ways to leave.
Overall - I wouldn't revisit. It wasn't relaxing. They do have an HSBC credit card 30% off discount, but make sure you check with the spa before you book about this discount. They occasionally do Groupon deals too but I wouldn't really recommend those.
Their treatments are not cheap - a 60 minute massage can be anywhere from HK$500-700. The cheapest ones are the traditional Chinese acupressure massages (no oil), and the more expensive ones are the aromatherapy ones.
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