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This Hotel Spa Offers the R&R You Deserve for P2,000 or Less

Don't feel bad about treating yourself this weekend!

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Photography: courtesy of Seda Vertis North

 

When you consider enjoying hotel spas, you probably think that you’ll need to shell out P3,000 to P4,000 to avail of a 45-minute service. While this is often true—and the experience and ambiance are more than worth it—there are still hotels that offer you the same relaxing treat without burning a hole in your pocket.

If you find yourself somewhere north of the metro, drop by the serene, modern-tropical Seda Spa in Seda Hotel Vertis North. Full body massages usually go for a minimum of an hour, and they’re probably less expensive than your last shopping splurge:

Swedish Style Massage

Known for its long, gliding strokes that sooth and relax

  • P1,000/1 hr.
  • P1,700/1 hr. 30 min.

Shiatsu Style Massage

Uses kneading to Focus on pressure points

  • P1,000/1 hr.
  • P1,700/1 hr. 30 min.

Signature Combination Massage

A combination of both Swedish and Shiatsu styles

  • P1,200/1 hr.
  • P1,700/1 hr. 30 min.

Aromatherapy Massage

Essential oils for this session come in three blends: Relaxation, Energizing, and Therapy

  • P1,400/1 hr.
  • P2,000/1 hr. 30 min.

Hilot Massage

Traditional Filipino massage for muscle aches and pains; Seda’s version uses warm coconut oil

  • P1,800/1 hr. 30 min.

The rates listed are for out-of-hotel bookings. In case you’re waiting for the EDSA traffic to ease up and are looking for something to do, save a slot or inquire about their other services by calling the hotel’s trunkline. The Seda Spa is open from 12 noon to 12 midnight.

*Rates shown are rates as of writing, and may change without prior notice. 

 This story originally appeared on FemaleNetwork.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Realliving.com.ph editors.

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