endota day spas have the most luxurious treatments you could imagine according to our review guru Ruby Harris (it’s a tough job but someone has to do it!
endota in Melbourne CBD
Looking for someone to pamper you right in the heart of Melbourne? Then look no further than endota day spa in Flinders Lane in the CBD. Walk down the stairs to an oasis of calm in the middle of the city, and you will be welcomed by happy, friendly staff who will help you choose the right treatment for you without blowing your budget.
One of the best things about endota is the menu, it is like going to your local restaurant and finding they have your favourite entree, main course and dessert. endota has fantastic treatment packages ranging from a quick 30 minute head and shoulder massage for the highly strung amongst us, to the ultimate treat of all time, the all-day total pampering pack called the “Splash Out Endota” for $495 including footbath, yogurt cocoon, facial, pedicure and massage. What more could a girl want?
The beauty therapists are all lovely and well trained, especially in the art of not talking all through your treatment (one of my pet hates!). I had the enourmously difficult task of choosing between the aptly named treatments of Bliss, Treat, Body, Spirit, Mind, Face, Bloke, and Feet.
As I was feeling a little low that day, I went for Body and had the billabong foot bath, warming oil cocoon wrap (made me feel like a warm baby being wrapped for bed), followed by one of the best scalp massages I have ever had. I was then slowly helped (I needed assistance due to the high level of relaxation) into a soothing warm bath to soak away any possible tension I had left in my body.
What a way to spend two hours and it only set me back $195, which I course I wouldn’t do every week but it sure was a great thing to splurge some well earned bucks on! And the best news? They have 30 locations around Australia and counting!
Lower Ground Floor
69-71 Flinders Lane
03 9650 7171
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