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Waterfall Spa is located not too far from the center of Leeds, situated down a quite side street. The spa facilities are small but beautifully formed, perfect for a few hours welcome break from the hurly-burly of the city. As my sister in-law lives closes by my husband decided to treat us girls to a day at the Spa.
We were greeted at the door and a pleasant girl showed us around the facilities. Waterfall spa was smaller than I had expected but has a wonderful whirlpool with three different hydro experiences, sauna, steam room special tiled room for mud treatments as well as treatment rooms for massages and manicures etc.
My favourite area was the relaxation room, which had an amazing ambience with low lighting and rounded beds surrounded by thin chains, which perfectly enclosed your bed making it private, but without being enclosed. Each bed had it’s own reading light so you could take advantage of the generous selection of magazines. Even an extra comforter had been thoughtfully placed at the end of the bed just incase you felt cold.
A selection of half hour treatments had been included within the two-for-one deal. As I was shortly to be flying off to Greece I chose a pedicure to make my feet nice and pretty for my holiday. This was my first time ever having a professional pedicure and I am sure my feet were a challenge. The beautician was the same girl who has earlier shown us around the facilities (called Linda I think?), she did a wonderful job on my feet. I don’t think they’ve ever felt so soft or my nails ever looked to glossy. Linda also gave me some advice on how I could keep my feet feeling so soft.
I would recommend Waterfall Spa to anyone in the Leeds area. It’s a good venue to spend a few hours relaxation with a friend, your mother, sister or maybe a group of friends for a celebration. Although I think the venue may start to feel crowded if you had 20 women all using the same facilities at the same time. However during the week the atmosphere was perfect.
The only thing I would change would be to have more variety on the café menu. When I was there it consisted mainly of sandwiches and as I avoid bread I would have liked to see a choice of soup or a salad. Apart from this I would give full marks to Waterfall Spa as an excellent city center Spa.