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Went on a very hot day. Walked in and the front person offered us water right away. We then decided on 1/2 hour foot massage. ($24). Very clean and tidy. The massage was very good and relaxing. It’s a great stop for tourists with sore...More
To a certain extend authentic experiences: foormassage was bearable however backmassage, there is a difference between massage and molest.
Up to tree times told it was too hard, nevertheless, continued.... the day after could hardly move my back.
Never such a bad experience again.
Amy was as disinterested as could be and her touch was either too hard or tickling. The low light hid the dirty carpet and it didn’t help that the ac was barely working on humid and 98 degree day. The manager was nice and offered...More
When we got our Foot Massage here in NY's Chinatown I almost felt like warped back to Southeast-Asia! It's a very authentic experience with the interior and atmosphere and ovbviously the massages themselves are really well done as well. Service is good and very attentive...More
I have been to many foot spas before. This place is good not amazing but i know foot spas! This area is open super late and totally safe. If you cant get an appt there are other spas in area just like this one. I...More
An impeccably clean spot right in the center of Chinatown with a very friendly and skilled staff. My wife and I went in for 45 minute foot rubs and loved them so much that we added 45 minute backrubs after (and they significantly discounted the...More
Read on Trip Advisor that this was a place to consider in our visit. Stopped in during a Friday afternoon and had no wait. The foot rub was reasonable for $45 and my friend and I loved the experience. Would definitely go back!
Bursting with an amazing array of sights, sounds, and smells on every block, a visit to Chinatown feels like entering a different world. It’s a colorful spectacle that gets even more crowded on weekends, when families stream in to enjoy huge dim sum feasts and to stock up at the markets on Mott Street. To take a break from the buzz, grab something sweet from one of the many bakeries in the area and head to Columbus Park, where
many Chinatown residents exercise, play games, and chat the day away.
Response from Peds_Nurse_Kelly | Reviewed this property |
We did not make reservations. We walked in and didn't have to wait. Easy to find only if you have it programmed into your phone GPS ;) Chinatown is very busy and lots of side streets to get lost on. Good luck!