When I set up my massage appt. I asked if they used oils, and they didn't give a straight answer, only that the masseuse would talk to me at my appt. time. They only had 3 or 4 kinds of lotion- of their own scents- none of which smelled very good to me. This was to be my fourth or fifth professional massage, and a gift from my spouse. I had a masseuse who smelled like cigarettes, and I had to interrupt the massage shortly after it started because the smell was awful. The masseuse was reluctant to admit to smoking, but ended the massage at that point by my request. I was shuttled without much discussion to get a manicure and pedicure. This service was fine, even good, but the walls were really dark pumpkiny color, not relaxing and I was stressed by then, and had taken time off for work for this purpose of relaxing. I was sent in my robe and pedicure sandals to dry my nails under a little machine that was hard to use, in a little dark corner of the waiting/entry area. I sat there for a really long time- without my watch or clock, and it must have been about an hour or so before the receptionist laughed and said ""you can go whenever you want."" I received a letter and a gift card to return again as an apology and give them another try- but I was not looking forward to that. I did not want to return and get stressed out again. If you go, go for a pedicure or manicure if you like dark walls. The pros were that my toes stayed painted for a long time, and I drank a lot of tea, like 5 cups while I was there.
Pros: drank lots of tea, toes stayed painted for a long time like a month
Cons: smoky masseuse, staff that didn't address my questions, expensive, no free parking,