Spa One London is located at Spa One London, Holiday Villa Hotel, 37 Leinster Gardens, Bayswater, London W2 3AN, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Spa One London and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone. 020 7706 0333

Need to know more about this business, please call us during business hours or visit our website and can get more information -http://www.spaonemassage.com/

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Yi Xu

1 Google Rating

Not sure how people have rated this place five stars. Did I get a different type of “massage” fr

1/ 5

Not sure how people have rated this place five stars. Did I get a different type of “massage” from theirs? (You know what I mean here :)) For proper Thai massage, this place is max of one star. Hygiene is a bit of problem on the lower ground floor of a two star (?) hotel. There’s a shower room and locker room, where the locker cannot be locked - you put your belongings in it and twist the lock itself, the door is open without the key - the key is just a decoration. They’ve even got a tiny little hot sauna place in the massage place where I would worry for the safety of it. The owner / manager is not the politest woman you will meet. The place also has a lot more male customers than you usually encounter in a normal massage place. Now the massage itself... not even once the masseuse pressures on the acupuncture points on the back... it was only rubbing oil on the back... I would not recommend

E P

5 Google Rating

Came in for a Thai massage to open up my very tight shoulders and upper back and ended up getting a

5/ 5

Came in for a Thai massage to open up my very tight shoulders and upper back and ended up getting a combination of Thai and deep tissue massage as it was better for me. The lady named Nut, had very strong hands and kept asking if the pressure was good for me. I booked a 2 hour session and even though I had a few painful spots, I still loved every minute of it. Will def go back and feel like I found a little gem in busy London. Friendly staff and they know what they’re doing. Highly recommended!

Alex Yang

4 Google Rating

Good quality and good value for the area. A clean and professional place with a dry sauna to boot th

4/ 5

Good quality and good value for the area. A clean and professional place with a dry sauna to boot that you can use after your massage (or before?). The masseuses cannot really speak English though which makes more nuanced instructions beyond stronger or softer difficult to communicate. They also didn't take card the time I went

Lu Del Giudice

5 Google Rating

Best Thai massage I have ever had! Been going for 4 weeks in a row and will keep going! I am severel

5/ 5

Best Thai massage I have ever had! Been going for 4 weeks in a row and will keep going! I am severely injured (leg and knee) and it’s helping me through my recovery and they really have cautions with me. 5 stats treatment

Emma Norén

5 Google Rating

Wow. What an amazing place! The staff was great: really friendly and helpful. The spa facilities wa

5/ 5

Wow. What an amazing place! The staff was great: really friendly and helpful. The spa facilities was really fresh and massage was the best! Everyone was very respectful and professional.

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