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484 Broome St., New York, NY, 10013
nr. Wooster St.
By k8deeee on 10/15/2014
Worst Experience. This spa overcharged me for a service, the guy that owns the place is a total jerk and not to mention quite creepy. When a business overcharged me for a service lifebooker basically said tough luck there's nothing we are going to do. It was technology assisted theft! No customer service or rights.
Wonderful and relaxing :))))))
By ALF82 on 1/24/2011
Got a gift certificate from a friend. Tried the facial and a massage. It was fabulous!!!! The massage was especially great and I came back again almost every week that I could after I had an exhausting week at work. All the staff were very welcoming and the whole spa is very zen. Great place to go relax, and get some peace.
Red & White Spa is simply SPA-REFFIC!!
By SamanthaS on 11/28/2010
Usually I'm not a huge Spa fanatic but, a couple of my friends who all attend "Red & White Spa" on a regular basis persuaded me to try it out for myself. Let me tell you, I am a brand new "Red & White Spa" devotee. The staff is really nice, professional, and has great suggestions on maintenance upkeep . I tried one of their nail packages out, the Red Spa Manicure/Pedicure. The manicure is great for people like me who are always on the go; 30-min was all it took to make me feel brand new again!! The pedicure was just was fabulous; 30 min of heavenly treatment. My nails haven't looked this good in quite some time! I love to garden, so my hands are always covered in dirt and soil, this was a great way to bring them to their old soft and pristine state. Thank you! I will most definitely be coming back again!
By SKT on 8/9/2010
I recently went to Red and White Spa in Soho for a Mani/Pedi and the service was mediocre. The nail specialist rushed through the pedicure and didn't really pay attention to my feet. By Day 2 of the pedicure, I already had a couple chipped toenails and a weird white residue on top of my big toenails. I am assuming that was the top coat smearing. Anyway, I wouldn't refer to this place as a "spa." I have had better pedicures in typical nail salons, both here in New York and Virginia.
By scd on 7/29/2010
I went to the Red & White Spa for a deep poor cleansing facial. I wanted to try somewhere new and had read some good reviews about the place. It cost $120 and was supposed to last about 70 min. What a horrible experience! I will never return there. First of all the woman giving the facial never introduced herself (so I can't tell you her name). The facial felt very rushed and was also very unpleasant, because she was rough during the extraction portion. When it was over, my face was sore and bright red. I looked at the time and realized it felt rushed because it was rushed. The treatment lasted only 45 min.
Facials? Maybe not. Massages? Definitely
By thatfigenshugirl on 5/19/2008
I recently enjoyed my second massage at Red & White. I had a different masseuse each time and found them both to have a vigorous touch that really helped to loosen me up. Recently, a facial left a bit to be desired, as my sister left feeling like the extractions were painful. Overall, though, I enjoy the atmosphere and the service is always pleasant. Like the free wine as well!
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