Spas >Spa at Willows Lodge
14580 NE 145th St, Woodinville, WA | Directions 9807247.733759 -122.146975
Neighborhoods: Tourist District
Fabulous spa, wonderful staff! – Nestled in the beautiful town of Woodinville amidst trees and wineries, this spa offers the very best complete spa experience I have ever had anywhere in the more than 30 years I've been going to spas! And, surprisingly, its price is comparable to the others. The value is amazing! I agree with holtonma when she says it is by far the best massage you will ever receive. The staff is warm, inviting, and accommodating. And, "Nancy," who was also my therapist, gave me an exceptional deep tissue - stone massage treatment. She asked questions about where I felt I needed the most work and delivered care in these areas tenfold. She is remarkable! Following my massage, I let the relaxation soak even deeper by stretching out in the spa's sauna. I then relaxed even further in the spa's hot tub, surrounded by a Japanese inspired garden - a slight breeze lifted mist off the water, cooling my face. My only company was one lone crow. It was very private and heavenly! Plus, the tub and sauna were included in the price of the massage! Without a doubt, I left feeling highly renewed. The Spa at Willows Lodge definitely has my highest recommendation.
great spa, great deep tissue massage – Have been going to this spa for approximately 9 years. Have tried others, but this is by far the best. I go for 1 hour or 90 minute massages -- it is the ultimate reward for yourself, or gift for someone in your life.
The spa is in a great rustic location, great amenities (beautiful hot tob, sauna), very quiet, professional staff. The products used, and the massage therapists themselves are second to none (I particularly recommend "Nancy" for a therapeutic or deep tissue massage... they also do facials, and recommend "Dusty" for a facial).
It is what you imagine for a spa to reward yourself, or as a gift. A 10 out of 10.
ps and tip: (for the Willows Lodge you can buy gift cards at Costco online, which have a $100 value, but cost $75 -- which is a great savings)
Amazing massage – Went here for a couple's massage on our wedding anniversary. We went at 6pm and there was no one else there which was nice. We got the hot tub, which was set in a quaint garden, all to ourselves. We received our massages in a beautiful plush room that THANKGOD wasnt done in an Asian theme. We got a 90m couple's massage which was amazing and relaxing. Everyone was very personable and kind. We left wishing we would have booked the longer couple's treatments!
A lazy day in heaven – After an exceptionally difficult couple of months, I decided to treat myself to a spa day and chose the Spa at Willows Lodge for my destination. I had the good fortune to have Dusty do my anti aging facial - a wonderful treat! Next was a pedicure that I would rate as just average partly due to the location and appointments of the pedicure room. I enjoyed a wonderful lunch followed by an anti-aging body wrap and the most wonderful 90 minute hot stone massage which were perfectly executed by Nancy. I will definitely be back and would recommend this spa to anyone looking for the ultimate in pampering
Pamper yourself with a relaxing facial – My facial was fabulous, I felt so pampered. Sharee did an excellent job and was very professional. I would highly recommend her and I will certainly be back. I am looking forward to seeing the gardens in springtime.
Pure Bliss! – My wife and I went here for a half day package that included lunch. We wandered from sauna to treatment to sauna in cushy bathrobes. I had a massage, facial (yes...real men get facials) and salt rub. We had lunch under an umbrella in the garden. It was raining but we didn't care because we were still toasty from the massage and sauna. As I said, pure bliss!
Silly Policy – I wanted to book a treatment for the following morning and intended to pay with cash. According to their policy I was asked to provide a credit card number for their file. Since identity theft is very common nowadays and I wanted to pay cash anyway I did not get to experience the “pure bliss” at Willows Lodge. Oh, well I’m just hoping that another spa will accept my cold hard cash...
Treat yourself! – Had a wonderful, relaxing time at Willows Spa. My facial was very well done and I will be back. My friend had a massage and also agreed that it was great.
Only draw back is going when it is busy. The spa isn't set up for big groups. Schedule your visit on off hours. Only because there is very little space for changing.
Head to the Sammamish River Valley for nature-inspired relaxation and rejuvenation.
– In Short
It may lie just east of Seattle, but this spa's ambience evokes a lavish mountain getaway (think Aspen, Telluride, Vail). The reclaimed timber and warm earth tones unite with heavenly treatments featuring products made from essential oils and plant essences to produce pure bliss. The spa offers facial, body and massage treatments--all under $100. For a special treat, indulge in the Willows Package: Six and a half hours of pampering for $395.
Initimate spa, wonderful treatments – This tiny spa is a great place for an Eastside relaxer. I've had Christina for my massages and she is devine--very attuned to any special needs. My husband had Nancy in the other room and said his massage was super, too. The hot tub is large, serene, and bubbly--save time for it. Agree that the receptionist could be warmer, but I think it's just her style.
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