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Bliss Spa London
Verified (?) Visited Mar 2014
I've always known about Bliss Spa - both their products and the spa itself - but had never actually been before my trip yesterday. I was looking for a massage in the Chelsea area and with the 30% off Wahanda incentive on the Blissage85, this particular service became reasonably priced in comparison to other Chelsea/Fulham spas.
I arrived early due to worries of finding it (good to know I'm turning into my mum) and I was actually able to be seen earlier which was nice. My therapist, Heather, was unbelievably good and to be honest I couldn't recommend the blissage85 more. I was 'worried' the included warm foot treatment would mean sitting with waxy feet for 20 minutes and only 65 minutes of actual proper massage, so I nearly didn't book this treatment, but the warm wax (amaaaaazing, btw, not like hair removal wax!!!) was applied and then the massage started straight away, so you really do get 85 minutes of massage. No 'leaving the room to relax' nonsense, 85 minutes of pure attention! Heather was great at explaining it all at the beginning and then was perfectly silent once the massage was underway - nothing worse than being chatted to throughout a massage! She was amazing.
I'd have been happy if I'd paid the full price (it was a birthday treat to myself) but if the 30% discount continues I could see myself going more regularly than just birthdays, it really was so nice.
I loved being able to play with all the Bliss products in the shower room after too!
The relaxation lounge is small so I can imagine it's not quite so 'blissful' on weekends, but first thing in the morning on a weekday it was empty so I had all those brownies and issues of Vogue to myself :)
I use my gym for jacuzzi/steam/heated beds and all that, so I didn't want that from my experience yesterday, but don't go expecting 'spa facilities' like that...although there was a sauna.
Receptionist was a bit baffled by the Wahanda voucher, but her manager processed it fine. I was offered some products to buy but wasn't pressured into it at all, I can imagine you get that more with facials but massages don't have so much of the 'sell factor'.
Will definitely be back!