Solera Health Club and Spa
The relaxing atmosphere was impacted by the gym next door.
Adrianne did a fabulous job. She made me feel pampered
just after visiting, i got an amail that the are closing
The entire experience was fantastic, highly relaxing and enjoyable. My only two "complaints" (and really they are so minor compared with how much I enjoyed the services) is that 1) I expected more of a typical facial (with pore cleansing) rather than just layers of creams and scrubs. It was still a great facial just not what I was hoping for to clear my skin. And 2) there was only shampoo and body wash in the shower, not conditioner. Aside from these two very minor complaints, it was one of the best spa experiences of my life. Very relaxing and professional, and I would come back for everything (Swedish massage, hand and foot treatment, salt scrub) with the exception of the facial.
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Your wonderful facilitie was wonderful to us we will be back again.
Not quite as nice as many of the others I have used
Just not impressed. Massage therapist seemed not very experienced. Very lackluster at best. Will not return. What a joke to add 20 percent for gratuity. Will not return.
i am a massage veteran. when i asked the masseur to apply more pressure than basically touching me as she was. she answered, that at the groupon rate..this was the best she could do. i didn't argue with her, but didn't appreciate her attitude about it. The groupon, although discounted was still $210! PLUS $40 MANDATORY GRATUITY! So i wasn't even able to reflect how lousy I thought she was. :/ Not great experience overall for me personally. Kiko or something like that was her name.
From Our Editors
From the muscle-burning exertion of a personal-training session to the tension melting luxury of a Swedish massage, Solera Health Club & Spa furnishes everything a body needs to stay primed and polished. Three separate rooms filled with cardio machines, resistance machines, and free weights make up the health club, where personal trainers lead individuals through tailored routines designed to help them reach their fitness goals. To chisel the body for less dough, group personal-training classes give the same guidance as one-on-one sessions by giving each student one minute on each machine, creating a regimen akin to a relay race or a speed-dating session with the Transformers.
It's a different experience in the spa, where massage therapists and aesthetic experts help melt away the pain of strenuous workouts with a host of soothing treatments. Nine types of massage incorporate aromatherapeutic oils or warm volcanic stones to send muscles into a blissful stupor. Body wraps, scrubs, and facials, meanwhile, draw out impurities from the skin to leave exteriors hydrated and youthful.
Solera Health Club and Spa