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InSpa - 26 Reviews - 2641 NE University Village, Seattle, WA - Day Spas Reviews - Phone (206) 430-5099


2641 NE University Village
Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 430-5099
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InSpa - Seattle, WA


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I always have my pedicure done by Chau. She is a fantastic person and technician. I always enjoy my time with her at inSpa!


Inspa is not the place to go if you are really looking for pampering. It has kind of an assembly line feel. The prices are very reasonable and the no tipping policy is great for...

Enjoying my weekend 8/31/2013

I always have my pedicure done by Chau. She is a fantastic person and technician. I always enjoy my time with her at inSpa! more

Nail techs are beyond professional 8/25/2013

I believe your nail technicians are all trained regularly, I just noticed it. They are professional not only by rendering a quality service but also displaying a positive and polite behavior. And that is appreciated! more

Perfect treatment!! 8/20/2013

It was relaxing, quick and the results were perfect!!! I want a longer session next time. So thinking that I would bring my work mates here after office. more

No more sore spots 8/20/2013

Kristine was an excellent masseuse. She could find the sore spots on my body and took the time to really work on the muscles. more

You're a top notch 8/14/2013

Nail tech was top notch! Very detail oriented!! Great services. I like the environment too. I am so thankful! more

First time to be here 8/4/2013

Diane had the perfect combination of technical knowledge and relaxation skills. I have had many facials at other spas and she was the best! This was my first time at this spa. more

Some helpful suggestions 7/26/2013

The chairs could be more comfortable. A little recline would be nice - but this is a friendly suggestion. Overall, the service was fast and very professional. more

Polite staff 7/22/2013

Service was professional and wonderful! Staff greeted me politely when I entered. I received treatment as quick as possible. more

Appraising the staff 7/11/2013

Diane is great! Please keep her on board! Everyone likes her so much - very rare, professional and caring. more

Accommodating staff 6/26/2013

I had a new girl today and she was very friendly and complimentary. She knew my needs and did as she was told. more

Truly relieving!! 6/14/2013

Carrie is great. I had a headache and the massage helped to alleviate it. Now, it's great, it's fine. Thanks for your gentle hands. Truly relieving! more

The always give you the best 6/10/2013

Helen did a great job and when I get a pedicure there it lasts very well. Excellent, I can say! Thanks so much, Helen! more

Staff pleasant attitude 5/26/2013

The message was fine but not the most relaxing atmosphere. Everyonee was very welcoming and friendly. more

I am in good hands 5/18/2013

Helen is great that's one reason I keep coming back! She does excellent work and lets me incredibly relaxed. more

Overall, it's great!! 5/12/2013

I love coming here to get a massage from Carrie. She's very good. Just a little comment that my room was a bit cold. But everything was all right!truelife more

Exceptional job! 4/25/2013

Absolutely fabulous. I loved Thao - she went beyond her job and showed real dedication to the work. more

Great price, ok service 5/1/2009

I love the no tipping policy at InSpa since I'm on a budget. And for the most part, I think they do a good job with the services I've received (pedicures/waxing). You have to be specific when you get waxed about what you want and sometimes, for bikini waxes, they are stingy on how much they'll wax. But this is not a high end spa, so I guess that's to be expected. My biggest pet peeve is that they are rarely on time. I usually have to wait at least 5 minutes for my appointment...which may not seem like a lot, but it's more of a principal thing. more

Good for basics - don't expect luxury and you won't be disappointed 12/17/2007

I have been an InSpa customer for about six years. Most of the services I've received (waxing and pedicures) have been just fine. In the last year or so however, I have noticed a markable "stingyness" in the willingness to do anything "extra." For example, on a basic bikini wax, you get just that, even if there are a few stray hairs, if you know what I mean. The only truly bad experience I had was at the Mill Creek location in which I arrived for a massage and was told they couldn't do it because I was finishing up antibiotics. Noone EVER asked me about this when I made my appointment. I had a wax appointment that was supposed to follow my massage, and when I said I didn't want to wait around for the appointment, the massage therapist announced, in the lobby full of people, to the receptionist that I wouldn't be keeping my appointment because I was on antibiotics. Not cool. I will say that I complained to the manager and was compensated fairly for the inconvenience and embarrasment. If you are on a budget, this place is a great deal because you aren't allowed to tip and their fees are a bit lower than other spas. My advice is cliche - you get what you pay for. If you don't want to pay for frills, don't expect them. more

InSpa, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways... 10/31/2006

With a five-year twice-monthly mani/pedi habit, I consider myself a bit of a mani/pedi connoisseur. From the $90 pedicure at the NYC Four Seasons, to cheap-o corner shops, let’s just say that my digits have been around and for my $, InSpa blows away the competition. Here’s why: 1. Consistency – No matter who I see, the service is always top notch. 2. No gimmicks – To me, paying an extra $40 to soak my feet in hot chocolate (a spa in NYC actually offers this) or to have floating rose petals in my pedi water isn’t luxurious, it’s just plain silly. 3. Cleanliness – I’ve been to fancy (& expensive) spas and been skived out by their equipment. InSpa uses hospital-grade autoclaves to sanitize their mani/pedi implements. I don’t know one other spa that does this. 4. NO TIPPING!! – The price on the menu is the price you pay. Brilliant! My days of experimenting with other places are over. I’m strictly an InSpa girl now. more

In Spa.....not worth it 5/1/2006

I have been to the U-Village Inspa on a number of occasions and have not been impressed in the least by their services. Best case scenario: you are hustled through your service with very little interaction form your practitioner who is friendly but cool. Worst case scenario: the practitioner is rude, late and cuts your service short, or complains the whole time about how it sucks to work at Inspa (yes this happened to me!). I do not care if they are less expensive, the services definitely reflect that and are disappointing at best. more
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  • In Short
    The atmosphere lacks the sometimes snobbish attitude at more sophisticated spas--which is nice. But it gains a retail feel as part of University Village. Bottles and jars of InSpa products for man, woman and child fill the shelves in the light-filled foyer. The spa offers massage, facials, waxing, manicures and pedicures. If you want a pedicure, book far in advance, especially in the summer.

  • 11/5/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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