My husband and I came here two days in a row-- the first day for a 120 min and a 90 min traditional thai massage, the second day for two 60 min traditional thai massages.
*beautifully designed-- modern, clean, welcoming, friendly atmosphere
*bakery!-- it was closed when we were there, but we still bought some excellent macaroons. The girl behind the bakery worked and trained in Brooklyn. We didn't try the coffee, but they offered cortados...so I'm guessing the baristas know what they're doing
*private-- the rooms are very private even if they're shared (couples or the reflexology room)
*staff-- friendly, professional, speaks very good english
*flexible-- we made a reservation in advance, but they were able to accommodate us when we called just 45 min before coming in the second day
*massages- obviously ;) ...though see below for a caveat
*massage-- I would have given a 5 star review for value here (even though it's not a luxury spa) but the massages were inconsistent. The first day, my masseuse was great. The second day, she had great *potential* but she was clearly super inexperienced. i.e.-- good hands, but still figuring it out and not confident in her movements. When a masseuse isn't confident, it's hard to relax your muscles and get the real benefit of the massage because you naturally (and defensively) tense up a bit in case they pull you in a weird direction. My husband's massages were both very good-- so hopefully this was just an aberration. She wasn't bad, she just wasn't really good yet and at the price, 350 baht an hour, it's not the cheapest place in town (even though in dollars that's still really inexpensive). I'd also guess that if you got a more specialized massage (herbal compress, indian head), you'd end up with a more experienced masseuse regardless.
*nothing! the only hard thing is finding it-- and it was only hard for us because we don't speak Thai and it's on a side street
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