Silence is golden

One issue  that a number of spas  sometimes have to  deal with is unwanted noise. Whether it’s talking in corridors, an over-chatty aesthetician or a  therapist’s heavy  breathing, it has the potential to ruin a spa experience.   Lots can be done with soundproofing walls but noise can of course travel between floors too.   Have you ever had a well-being experience disrupted due to noise?

Comments (2)

  1. irene says:

    Can’t say that i have – recently i was fortunate enough to visit the spa at chancery court in london – where i had an amazing spa treatment – the massage was very relaxing and the therapist was excellent – very professional – made the whole experience very enjoyable.

  2. Savannah says:

    usually the noises do not bother me, but one time I had a therapist talk and talk and talk about his personal life which was kind of annoying.

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