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U & Me Spa gives discount for couples

U & Me Spa gives discount for couples


The U & Me Spa at #18  Street 306 is offering a 30 per cent discount on Valentine’s Couple Spa Packages with 15 per cent discounts on all spa packages from today until February 29.

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According to director Sophear Mom Sreat, the couples package is designed to “pamper a sweet couple who wish to indulge themselves in rejuvenation and relaxation.”

Sophear Mom Sreat also has an additional health spa called Le Chateau, located at Street 63 between Streets 360 and 362.

“What we have built is a unique concept even in the building itself with a high quality of service. We are a spa and massage as a combination. We have foot massage, body massage, aromatherapy,” she said.

“We also have male therapists because some ladies like a man massage.”

“At all our outlets we have both male and female therapists,” she said.

At the U & Me Spa on Street 206, a lot of customers come on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

“They can take a half day spa that includes three hours and they can take a massage for an hour and a half, a 45-minute body scrub and 45 minutes for steaming.”

“Our ambience is our strong point. We are not a massage parlor, but rather we offer relaxing massage treatment with quality service. We deliver the satisfaction to guests and that’s why they always return good comments about the treatment. We also do nails, pedicures and manicures.

“We keep our service consistent and we train our staff to be professional,” she said.

The company’s website is www.sophiyacorp.com

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