Spa Experience Old Street is located at 1 Norman St, London EC1V 3AA, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Spa Experience Old Street and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Rae

5 Google Rating

Had a lovely hot stone massage with Theresa, even though i was running late she accommodated me and

5/ 5

Had a lovely hot stone massage with Theresa, even though i was running late she accommodated me and adjusted my massage to focus on problem areas thoroughly. I couldn’t recommend her more, she made my birthday that extra bit special, thank you!

feriel f

5 Google Rating

Deep Tissue Massage with Theresa was excellent. Will come regularly. Relaxing yet releasing too. Ama

5/ 5

Deep Tissue Massage with Theresa was excellent. Will come regularly. Relaxing yet releasing too. Amazing value for money! Thank you for releasing all of the lockdown work from home tension!

Kim Darlison

3 Google Rating

You get what you pay for, so based on that it's quite good. The 'spa' facilities are very tired and

3/ 5

You get what you pay for, so based on that it's quite good. The 'spa' facilities are very tired and run down. You're given used flipflops to wear each time which I don't personally like, the change rooms are tiny so on a busy day it's chaos and there's no hot tub/spa, just steam rooms and a cold plunge pool. Some of the showers have a body wash in them but that's it, so I'd take your own products if you intend on showering there. The therapies and therapists are nice enough, it's all just 'ok'. But again, for the price, it's probably about right.

D Enigma

4 Google Rating

I've given this spa 4 stars because the facilities are decent. It's definitely relaxing. However som

4/ 5

I've given this spa 4 stars because the facilities are decent. It's definitely relaxing. However some of the people who come to use the facilities are very loud and way to talkative for the setting- it's not the spas fault. The changing room is soo small, its terrible when it gets crowded- so when theres alot of bookings beware.

Maria Mugnano

5 Google Rating

this is the best SPA EXPERIENCE in London. very professional staff, always clean and comfortable atm

5/ 5

this is the best SPA EXPERIENCE in London. very professional staff, always clean and comfortable atmosphere.

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