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Affordable Luxury: Spa Treatments in Bacolod below Php500!

Check out where you can get budget spa services in the City of Smiles.

By: Aliana May Juson | May 27, 2016
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We are almost down to the second half of 2016! You might want to pamper yourself for all the great work you have done for the past months. But it doesn’t have to cost a lot. We’ve prepared a list of spas with treatments below PhP500 for the well-deserved mid-year treat. When you go to Bacolod City, or simply when you are in the area, at least you already know the drill.

Scroll down to know about the inexpensive services these spas offer, their business hours, and more.

Plain Vanilla Spa

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The pink interiors of Plain Villa Spa

Photo courtesy of Plain Villa Spa

If you like the sight of anything pink, laying your eyes on the chic Plain Vanilla Spa is a treat in itself.

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Some of the services offered by Plain Vanilla Spa

Photo courtesy of Plain Villa Spa

Their massage offerings start at PhP200 while their hand spa offer is at PhP250. They also have nail grooming at PhP130, foot spa at PhP350, and facial spa treatments from PhP320 to PhP650.

Plain Vanilla Spa is located at the second floor of TU Building along Ramos and Lacson Streets. It is open from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM.

Grand Royal Spa

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Interior and massage room of Grand Royal Spa

Photos from Grand Royal Spa Facebook page

Famous for its affordable packages, Grand Royal Spa in 20th Lacson Street is one of the go-to spas in the city.

At PhP180, you can have a 45-minute foot massage. You can also have Bentosa—a traditional suction-cupping body massage for PhP390. Their signature one-hour body massage, meanwhile, costs PhP320.

Grand Royal Spa is open from 12:00 PM to 12:00 AM. For inquiries, you may call them at (+6334) 435-0933.

Spa Natura

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You may want to treat yourself with a foot massage from Spa Natura

Photo from Spa Natura Official Website

Spa Natura is more than just a spacious spa with more than 4,000 square feet. It also offers a wide range of services.

At PhP400, you can either have a foot massage, Xiamen foot massage, or head and back massage. On the other hand, at PhP450, you can either have Shiatsu, Swedish massage, Thai massage, or prenatal massage. These treatments last for 60 minutes.

For inquiries, you may call them at (+6334) 441-2495. You may also check out their website at for more information.

Grand Fisher Spa

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Grand Fisher Spa interior

Photos from Grand Fisher Spa Facebook page

One hour body massage or a 60-minute Swedish massage? When you have PhP300, you can get any of the two at Grand Fisher Spa.

Their customers include celebrity basketball player James Yap.

Grand Fisher Spa is located at 20th Lacson Street, behind Kristin’s Steakhouse. They are open from 1:00 PM to 10:30 PM. You may contact them at (+63932)384-4402 or at (+6334) 435-2487 to know more about the services they offer.

How to Get There

The spas mentioned are all along Lacson Street.

You can ride jeepneys with routes going to Bata or Mandalagan to Libertad going to Lacson Street. If you are heading to Plain Vanilla Spa, you may tell the driver to drop you off at Sky Cable or in front of Bypass Bistro, on the corner of BS Aquino Drive and Lacson Street. On the other hand, to get to Grand Fisher Spa, you may ask the driver to drop you off at Kristin’s Steakhouse between United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB) Lacson-Galo branch and Bar 21.

The minimum jeepney fare for students and senior citizens is at PhP5 while regular fare is at PhP6.50.Meanwhile, the flag down rate for taxis is at PhP30.

With affordable massage spas like these in Bacolod, pampering yourself doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg.

* Prices may vary without notice.
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About Aliana May Juson
Aliana May Juson is a 20-something ex-reporter in a Manila-based TV station. She tries avoiding single-use plastic straws as her contribution to saving Mother Earth. In her spare time, she volunteers to communities with happy and loving kids.
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