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I highly recommend this deal. It was excellent value. I had Eman do the treatments. Eman was very friendly and gave both a great facial and massage. The ambience was lovely too. I was also given compliemtary sample cleansers and masks to use after the facial which I thought was very professional. I'm sure the salon will be great for other treatments too. I look forward to going back!
Booked in for a facial with Natasha - a really relaxing experience. Natasha was really knowledgable and put me at ease (this being my first treatment of this kind). My skin feels great. Good value as well.
Beautiful fruity facial, relaxing and refreshing. Olga is gentle and skillful, her face massage sent me in heaven. I recommend her strongly.
Excellent massage and facial. The salon is quite small, and I had to move rooms between the two treatments, but the quality and value made up for this.
Amazing place, everything was so clean and tidy. Love the decor. They also offered me tea before and after the treatment which was very nice and welcoming. Feels like an actual spa. The facial said that it completes clears the face from any blemishes and gives the ace an even skin tone. This was not the case. The facial was relaxing, but that was all, my face still looks the same one day later with very very little improvement to my spots and blemishes and uneven skin tone etc. overall it was a relaxing hour, but came out looking the same. Chose this place as it was in a nice open area and also their products are all chemical free which is exactly what I needed for my sensitive spotty face. The Facial was £55 which is not really worth it.
A little therapy room a few minutes'walk from Waterloo. I had an anti-ageing Dermalogica facial which was very good. The therapist was very nice and professional, it was a nice experience, the space was quiet and had relaxing background music, I enjoyed the massage too, my face was glowing after the treatment and I felt great :) Will surely visit again!
Wonderful massage and facial! Haily is just a magician!
The restaurant in turn ...a real dissaster. We had to wait 45-50 minutes for the main course. Keep in mind we considered the advise of the receptionist and did not book the dinner @busy hours ...
Great, wonderful weekend away, definitely do it again. MassAge was perfect, a night of relaxing in the spA before having a few drinks was amazing
What a disappointment this whole experience has been!
Having carefully planned our itinerary for our trip to Scotland, the spa break was to fall right near the end of the trip, for a relaxed day of pampering. We duly booked and paid for the break, and then tried to get our complimentary spa treatments booked. Even though we called the spa almost 2 weeks in advance, there were no appointments available whatsoever for the day we would be staying at the hotel.
The spa was very difficult to get hold of, and when we finally managed to speak to someone there, they offered us appointments on our day of arrival – at times when we would still be travelling to the hotel. We very nearly decided to cancel the booking altogether, but then decided to change our travel arrangements so that we could arrive for at least one of the treatments. The lady at the spa then also managed to arrange for an early morning appointment the following day, but only for an hour instead of the 90 minutes that were included in the package.
To be fair, the treatments that we did get were very good. The therapist was excellent, and we enjoyed our scrub, massage and facial, but we were short-changed, and it should not have been this hard to arrange everything. The spa informed us that Wahanda constantly do this to them – sell spa breaks without checking for availability. It’s a shame that the customer is the one to suffer, don’t you think?
As for the hotel, there is no way that our room could be classified as ‘4 star’. We were in a grotty little room with a dismal view looking out at the back end of the fire escape. When I complained about this, I was told we could upgrade to a better room for £60 per night. Er, no thanks. We’d already paid enough for this little excursion. The room was gloomy and looked very dated. Half the lights in the bathroom didn’t work. The cupboard was warped and wouldn’t close. The bed was too soft and ‘sproingy’.
Disappointed, we repaired to the lunch room for a bite to eat. We were ignored in the bar for a good 15 minutes before we were finally seated, and it was a further 90 minutes before we had finished our simple lunch of toasted sandwiches. We sat for ages waiting for the bill, and the waiter only deigned to notice us when we finally made a show of walking out in disgust.
On to dinner time, and we once again had a long wait to be seated in the restaurant. While the food was very, very good, the service was incredibly inattentive. We had the feeling that there was insufficient staff to properly look after all the tables, and this spoiled the whole experience. It’s not a terribly nice feeling being completely ignored.
This experience put a complete dampener on our whole holiday to Scotland, which was supposed to be a relaxing ‘Babymoon’ prior to the arrival of our daughter in a few months. We were so miserable in the hotel, that we actually cut our stay short and headed home a day early.
So, I’m looking at the next question, which is ‘How likely are you to recommend Wahanda to a friend?’.
Can you guess my answer?
The room was lovely and clean. A few issues with fixtures an fittings as our sink was about to fall off the wall, but overall it was cosy and spacious. The facilities were spot on, along with the food options. The cost was excellent for what we received. A lovely weekend a away.