From the sound of traffic to the bustling streets, New York is fast-paced and that’s why we love it. But boy, this city can be stressful. Luckily, there are many spas offering a relaxing massage in NYC. While the Big Apple is known to be expensive, our deals can save you money on quality treatments – from a traditional Swedish massage to the best Thai massage around.
I want to thank Mark for his outstanding performance. He really listened and put a lot of effort into relaxing my sore muscles. It was great and I truly appreciate your professionalism.
Excellent service body massage and body scrub combo. The staff were very nice and welcoming. Skin was left soft and glowing. They specifically ask you the type of pressure you would prefer. Awesome one-hour massage, well worth the money!
My first time getting a massage and the experience was awesome. The masseuse was polite and approachable.
Pro Tip: Many spas and NYC massage parlors have a juice bar on site – so make sure you get that extra-refreshing burst of goodness after your treatment. If you want a different kind of refreshment, some massage therapists in New York go one step further and include a glass of champagne as part of the service, too.
After a busy day in the Big Apple, relaxation away from the buzz and blaring horns of its streets is just what the doctor ordered. The best massage places in New York City will provide such respite. Find out more on what to choose and what it might cost with our frequently asked questions. If you need more information on pricing or T&Cs, check out the Groupon Manual.
A massage in NYC can cost between $50 and $100 on average for a one-hour session. The fee will often depend on your therapist's experience, the location of the spa or parlor, how long the treatment lasts and the type of massage you reserve.
Prices vary wildly across the city. It's worth researching the best massage promotions to make sure you're not spending too much. Comparing the cost of types of massage helps too – some of the less common treatments can ramp up the price. Read more about the different types of massage to help you decide which is the most suitable.
You can get a massage at spas and parlors across all five boroughs and the many neighborhoods that make them up – from Manhattan to Long Island and beyond.
From a massage in Midtown at Ease MedSpa + Wellness to a treatment at Body by Lamour in Brooklyn, there's an abundance of choice. Head to Chinatown and you'll find the best Thai massage this side of Bangkok.
Most parlors and salons across New York offer foot massages as well as full-body treatments. Commuting in New York can leave you with sore feet – thankfully, the city is full of spas providing some of the most relaxing foot massages.
These are some of our favorite spas for foot massages:
Many places across the city offer traditional massage treatments. Here are some of the very best NYC spas with Swedish massages on the menu:
Swedish massage is rooted in Western practices of anatomy and physiology. To perform this type of massage, licensed therapists apply different pressure styles and massage oils. Find cheap Swedish massages in New York.
The treatment includes stroking, kneading, striking, rubbing and vibrating movements. Using massage oil to help their strokes glide, they focus the pressure along the muscles that run the length of the body.