Bangkok Post is running articles about spas worth to collect:
Ananda Spa: President Solitaire, Sukhumvit Soi 11 and The Capitol Club, Sukhumvit. Hot stone massage: "Smooth, heat-retaining stones are heated to 70 - 75 degrees Celsius before being used to massage the body and rest on or underneath the body at particular points; including in between the toes", you read in the review of Asian Web Direcvt.
Anne Semonin Spa: Sofitel Silom Bangkok. "A lymphatic drainage technique is used in every facial", describes Bangkok Post.
Chi The Spa at Shangri-La Bangkok: 89 Soi Wat Suan Plu, New Road, Bangrak. The 1,000-square-metre spa was built in accordance with the architectural principles of a Tibetan temple, writes Bangkok Post. Here you enjoy the Himalayan Tsangpo Ritual.
Chi The Spa
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Dahra Beauty & Spa: inside the Triple Two Hotel on Silom Soi 18. Swedish, Shiatsu and Thai massage.
Indara: 47/3-7 Rajdamri Road, Lumpini, Patumwan. Traditional Thai Massage, Aromatherapy Body Massage, Foot Reflexology.
Korn Aromassage: 41 Soi naratiwasratchanakarin 15.
Tel: 02-676-4908, 083 607-2968
Spa by Le Meridien: 6th floor of Le Meridien Bangkok, Surawong Road. You find a collection of massages, facials, body treatments and bathing rituals. Read the review by Bangkok Post.
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