I'm a native and grew up in the city and so far, I've always enjoyed Wensha Spa because it offers a spacious massage area with a good hour of massage. I like the Pasay branch better because of its impressive presentation I bring friends and children to.
I discovered that Metrodeal offers a discounted rate and it was very easy to purchase. I simply key in my debit card information and I get the receipt right away in my email. They have a special desk for Metrodeal customers in the waiting area (that has large, comfortable sofas) and I would always buy from Metrodeal to avail of Wensha Spa's services.
The doctor and I always loved to go here as it is open round the clock. It has a wide, impressive lukewarm jacuzzi/pool you can dip in (clothes should be taken off, by the way) and has wide shower rooms, a steam bath area and a sauna area. There are separate rooms for males and females. The locker area has people there on standby to serve the asking customers for their towels and bath robes. The facilities are neat and clean (in all my visits here) although some would say they are old.
They have free toothbrushes and small combs, plus baby powder you can freshen up after bathing. They separated the area for the toilets which are all neat and clean, too!
The massage areas are dark and very relaxing, there are no noises in the massage area so one can sleep there without hassles. If you happen to get a masseuse that doesn't quite massage you well, you may easily request politely for another masseuse with no trouble as I've done that before. They are all very courteous.
The buffet area serves hotpot mainly with the usual vegetables, fish and noodles. They also offer rice and some viands of meat or vegetables. If you are into veggies only...no worries, because you can easily find food there that are only vegetables. They also offer steamed buns you can eat unlimited, siomai and creamy soup...what more can you ask for???
I've also tried their juice that are usually in orange or red color...their tastes are okay compared to other very affordable buffets in the city. Anyway, my goal in getting into a spa is not to get obese but eating the right food which they offer! Hahaha.
You have to finish the food you got because you'll have to pay like around P300 for leftovers (reasonable, that is). I paid that before because the hotpot I made was extremely spicy..hahaha!
The masseuse will make you sign a small tip form of how much you are willing to tip them for the service. It is not mandatory but they will show it to you in the end. A P50 tip is the minimum I give.
I am actually buying more tickets at Metrodeal for this summer season to celebrate our birthdays!
Wensha Spa really levelled up the spa service in the Philippines! Kudos and may you offer more good deals even locals like I love very much!
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