A girls weekend away was not as relaxing as we thought. We were scheduled for hour long massages and after reading other reviews, I did not get what others were finding so great about this place. They put you back in a so called "relaxation room" which is basically a tiny room where I had to sit and listen to all of the workers talk crap about other people, so there was nothing relaxing about that. Then when it came to the massage, there is nothing really good to say about it. The room was very bright, it was not a relaxing feel at all. The room was cold and the outside noise of the salon was traveling in the room. People kept dropping stuff outside the door or constantly bumping into the door which echoed into the massage room. Workers and other clients loud voices traveled through the whole salon. The massage therapist kept conversation with me for the entire hour and gave me a life story, to me that was more of a headache then relaxing. The massage was just okay because I could not relax with the talking and the outside distractions. I would not recommend this salon to anyone and will for sure not be returning for any other kind of service either.
My experience was wonderful and I walked out feeling like a new person. With a full body massage for one hour, which was amazing and inexpensive, to a cut and color from Diane, one of the owners, I made sure to book my next appointment immediately on the spot. Five weeks later, I am still getting compliments of my color and new hair style. Kudos.
The staff was very responsive and felt like a big family. It as obvious they have been integrated with each other for years. That made me feel relaxed and receptive.
I would recommend this place to any and all, men and women, definately child friendly.
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