Beauty in Central Business District, WA


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Elaia Spa

Elaia Spa

Seattle, WA

You know the drill: Rush, rush, rush to get to your spa appointment, arriving frazzled. Well, you're going to want to build in some extra down time when you visit Elaia, starting on the front end, after you slip into a comfy robe and sink into a plush chaise lounge in the waiting area. There are big stacks of magazines, snacks and all sorts of tea from which to choose. Ahhh, that's better. The treatments are equally dreamy, with a sharp focus on using products featuring local ingredients. The Oxygen Glow Facial includes a dose of O-2 infused with vitamins and botanicals. Mae had a deft touch and offered lots of good advice, in a quiet, calm way. Unlike many spa experiences, this didn't feel at all like she was pushing a product. Appreciate that! The same firm, but gentle approach was true for massage therapist Stacy. An hour on the table, bird chirp-y soundtrack in the background, aromatherapy perfuming the room, and I was as limp as a breadstick left out in a tropical storm. Double ahhh. Only wish I had time for a mani-pedi, too. Bonus: The Hyatt at Olive 8's terrific workout facilities, including an excellent lap pool, sauna and whirlpool are available to spa guests.

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Beauty in Central Business District, WA
Mode Organic Salon - Downtown

Mode Organic Salon - Downtown

1424 4th Ave Ste 415, Seattle


I must say, I am pleased... I deleted the last comment I made, and decided to note that I am happy that I called Mode and explained the situation, that my wax job left blisters on…
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Craig Tuttle of Tuttle Chiropractic Center, P.s.

Craig Tuttle of Tuttle Chiropractic Center, P.s.

1205 2nd Ave Ste 120, Seattle


Twenty years ago a friend referred me to Dr. Tuttle, which was life-changing for me because when I first entered his doors I could barely walk and was in intense pain every moment…
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Rite Aid

Rite Aid

802 Third Avenue, Seattle


In ShortDebuting in 1962 as Thrif D Discount Center in Scranton, Pa., this drugstore chain became known as Rite Aid in 1968, and today is one of the largest in the nation. In…
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Rite Aid

Rite Aid

1300 Madison Street, Seattle


In ShortDebuting in 1962 as Thrif D Discount Center in Scranton, Pa., this drugstore chain became known as Rite Aid in 1968, and today is one of the largest in the nation. In…
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Ummelina International Spa

Ummelina International Spa

1525 Fourth Ave, Seattle


My experience at Ummelina was wonderful. I always worry about the stress of parking, but this time I walked into downtown which definitely took the stress away. The mood set in…
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Spaahh

Spaahh

1000 First Ave, Seattle


This cozy place at the Hotel 1000 offers the usual lineup of treatments: massages, facials and several versions of mani-pedis. There's even the option of having couples massages in…
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Gene Juarez Salon and Spa

Gene Juarez Salon and Spa

607 Pine Street, Seattle


I've been going to Gene Juarez for 20 years. Have used the Southcenter and Downtown salons with excellent, consistent results every time. You need to communicate with your…
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Capellis A Gentlemans Barber

Capellis A Gentlemans Barber

925 Fourth Ave Ste 404, Seattle



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Pacific Place

Pacific Place

600 Pine St Ste 228, Seattle


I strongly advise you to not purchase a Pacific Place gift card. They scam you out of $2.50 a month for every month the card is not used. Cost my employer $100 in gift cards…
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Bocz Salon

Bocz Salon

1523 Sixth Ave, Seattle


I'm a working mother of 3 young children. Like any mother trying to keep it together and keep the gray out of my hair, I was looking for something low maintenance and manageable.…
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Spa at Four Seasons. A tranquil space in the bustling city center. Treatments are everything you'd hope for and then some. Indulge in the Oxygen Facial and you'll see lines disappear. No kidding. This fabulous treatment was pioneered in Australia, where the equipment was invented. And it's all the rage in Hollywood. Build in a little extra time to enjoy the steam room or the sauna. Even the locker room smells like a romp through a field of lavendar. And, if you're a guest at the wonderful Four Seasons, the infinity pool deck has one of the best views of Elliott Bay in Seattle. Beware: You might find yourself wanting to never leave this luxe place. … read more


Spaahh. Chillax with a drink and a foot massage, cocktail and a shoulder rub, or fresh squeezed orange juice with your manicure. Spaahh allows its guests their choice of music, reading and TV.… read more


The Beauty Bar. I had a very good & different mani/pedi European treatment here. Check them out!… read more