Did a 3 hours spa. At 90USD. scrub, massage and milk bath. Superb good!!! Super professional! Staff are well trained and well skilled.
I called in on Monday 12/08/13 to check out the services & treatments, after being given the best advice for my facial skin problems and happy with the cost I decided to go for Lunch & return later. On returning 45 min's later I'm approached by the reception staff with a very polite & professional welcome, the spa environment is... More
Let me start by saying that, yes I am a European, but I have been living and working in Thailand and Cambodia for the past 4-5 years. As such, I'm not comparing this spa to what I would expect back home, but I'm comparing it to other spas I have been to both in Bangkok and Phnom Penh. 25 USD... More
Just don't understand why the entrance and lobby area of this place need to be dimly lit, especially at night when it get worse. To make situation worse, you need to negotiate the places very carefully, upon entering this place, as there are many uneven ground with different ground level and steps. The stairs/steps that lead you upstair for your... More
Just don't waste your money. Don't go there. Expensive, better quality available nearby. poor masseurs, they don't know how to do massage, just rubbing the oil on the body is not called massage. Horrible looking females. If you are paying more then at least girls should be decent looking. No body bothers even if you complain to manager STVORN I... More
I had tried three massage/spa outlets in Phnom Penh over the 5 days I stayed there. The first two charged the same money as Amara Spa but were completely useless. I finally went to Amara for reflexology and for muscle relaxation massage. This was over two and a half hours with the total cost being only USD 28. The masseuse... More
Nice facilities. Great tea. But generally nothing special and for the standard massage and treatments way over priced. I think the Europeans love it and think its cheap compared to home..
I used to frequent this spa- as it's convenient, being on the riverside, with wi-fi and a juice after a massage. The quality of the massage varies, depending on which masseuse you get. Most times, they are ok and given the overall ambience of the room and the nice clean showers, it's a comforting spa experience. The rooms are nicely... More
I have to admit this spa was perfect. The price is high for Cambodia. I beleive there is very good spa ib phnom penh that would have cost less. It was still a very relaxing experience
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