In Boracay, spas and salons are just everywhere. What you may experience, however, depends on how much you are willing to pay.
To complete your rest and relaxation getaway, here’s where you can get your massage and salon indulgence in Boracay island. You can find spas in front of the White Beach, teeming along with restaurants and bars. Whether from the busy side of Station 3 to the quieter Station 1, you will always find a spa to relax in.
Bella Isa Salon and Spa (Station 3)
Price range: From PhP550 to PhP7,750
Opening Hours: 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Having a massage, either solo or with a partner, is a relaxing experience.
Bella Isa Salon and Spa has spa services for the body, hand, foot, face, and hair. They also offer wraps and body scrub packages, as well as Hawaiian hot stone therapy.
One of their trademark services is the Boracay Spa package, which is a medley of shiatsu, Thai, Swedish, and reflexology massage. They also offer a lavish couple’s package which includes spa services, a sunset sail, and a candlelit dinner. The spa uses organic products from Aklan as the owner’s way of giving back to the community.
Goodlife Detox and Spa Center Boracay (Station 3)
Price range: PhP250 to PhP850
Opening Hours: 9:00 AM to 11:00 PM
The dimly-lit interior of Goodlife Detox and Spa Center
The offerings at Goodlife Detox and Spa Center include a full body massage which is a combination of Swedish, deep tissue massage, reflexology and stretching. They also have facial, and hand and foot care treatment. Their signature offer is their 30-minute detox treatment wherein a customer’s feet are soaked in a detox machine. The treatment is finished with a foot massage or spa.
My Fish Spa (Station 2)
Price range: PhP250 to PhP500
Opening Hours: 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM
Façade of My Fish Spa in Station 2
Image: Pilip Group
With its name, one can tell My Fish Spa uses fish in its services. A fish spa employs technology where fishes are used to eat the dead skin of a customer. With its beachfront location, My Fish Spa customers can enjoy the view of the beach while they soak their feet on the water with fishes.
The spa is located beside NigiNigi in Station 2. The second floor of the spa is dedicated for fish spa services while the first floor is for their regular massage services. They also offer Swedish, shiatsu, reflexology, Thai and foot massage, which all comes with aromatherapy.
As their name implies, The Organic Spa uses organic products on their massage treatments which includes Swedish, stone and traditional hilot massage, an ancient Filipino art of healing. They also offer body scrubs, waxing, manicures, and pedicures.
The Sun Spa (Station 1)
Price range: PhP350 to PhP1,800
Opening Hours: 2:00 PM to 11:00 PM
A relaxing massage at The Sun Spa
Another spa along the beachfront is The Sun Spa. Their signature service is their Sun Treatment Facial, Body Scrub and Massage meant for customers who spent a day at the beach. They also offer stone and ventosa (hot cup therapy) massage. The spa also offers manicure and pedicure, foot and hand scrubs and massage, and facial treatments.
Palassa Spa (Station 1)
Price range: PhP350 to PhP499
Opening Hours: 10:00 AM to 10:30 PM
Comforting bed at Palassa Spa
Palassa Spa has six branches in the island. One of these is at the beachfront in Station 1, near Jonah’s Fruit Shake. Aside from their Palassa Signature Massage, they also have Swedish, shiatsu, reflexology, deep tissue, Thai yoga, and neat feet massage.
Due to excitement, sometimes we end up losing much of our energy during our vacation. So before we head back to our respective places, a relaxing visit at a spa or a new do would be the kind of escape you should not miss.
Karen writes to earn a living, tell stories and promote her advocacies. She’s a traveler and a volunteer. Her adventurous soul makes her more comfortable to sleep on the couch of a stranger than pay bucks for accommodation. Her ultimate dream is to travel the world, master a foreign language and learn how to swim. To keep her sanity while chasing her dreams, she chases waterfalls on weekends.
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