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I've been one of those people hoping that no one else "discovers" Olympus Day Spa just so that it won't get hard to get an appointment. But after reading a recent review of Spa De...

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Love Olympus ~ but service/response was very disappointing. 9/19/2009

Good: Cleanliness Front desk employee was great Restaurant Baths, rooms, calming...AAHHH!. Bad: manager response to very sub-par massage massage - at $70 that was worthless. Improvements: quality control for consistent level of services.. Other: If your service is sub-par WALK OUT, talking with a manager after will do nothing to correct the issue. Thursday night I had the worst massage of my life - no focus on the 2 key areas I asked for, no depth, my fascia did not even know another person was int he room. The reason I write is the total disregard from the manager. I got TOLD what I should want from a massage, and that my legs probably really needed work, although I asked for feet, hands and neck. She also said the girls are tired by the night. more

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Olympus Day Spa Nourishes Inside and Out 10/6/2006

I've been one of those people hoping that no one else "discovers" Olympus Day Spa just so that it won't get hard to get an appointment. But after reading a recent review of Spa Del Lago (with which I completely agree,) I feel the need to let you all in on the amazing power of the Olympus Day Spa. Olympus is a true Korean Bath for women only. When I go, I make a day of it. It is a place that is relaxing and nourishing for both body and soul. Immediately upon arriving, you go to the locker room and change into a simply cotton robe and funny pink shower cap. There is no clothing, of any sort, allowed, and all the rooms are communal in nature. Even if you think you are shy, you will almost immediately relax in the presence and power of such loving female energy. It is the safest place I know of - emotionally and physically. The bath portion has about 5 tubs of varying temperatures (ranging from too hot for me all the way to too cold for me) in a large tile room that also has showers and waterfall. You relax in the tubs as women of all shapes and sizes, ages and types all relax together - hopefully very quietly. There are also a collection of "element" rooms - mud, wood, jade, salt - that are dry saunas and range in temperature from kinda hot to really really hot. These are beautiful rooms, dark and secluded - incredibly relaxing. So, you can spend a day just relaxing in the spas and saunas, and that - in and of itself - is a real getaway. But the real treat is getting a traditional Korean scrub. Once you have soaked int eh hot tubs for a minimum of 30 minutes - so that yous skin is basically falling off anyway - you are taken to a semi-private table where a lovely woman will scrub you - fairly intensely - for 50 minutes. When she's done, you will have baby skin. I'm not kidding. It can be pretty harsh, but they'll do it harder or softer depending on how you like it.... AS they scrub and scrub, they periodically run warm water over your body to clean you off.... and that splash of water is just heaven. They leave you so clean and fresh that you almost don't want to go into the real world again - except that it's so fun to have people rub your soft skin! The intensity and length of the scrub also gives a great massage.... I am jell-o afterword. After that, you can get a traditional moisturizing, with honey, olive oil and warm milk..... truly sensational, though I usually just opt for the scrub so that it costs less and I can justify going more often. if you get the moisturizing, however, you can't get in the pools anymore, so be sure you schedule time such that you get enough soaking and relaxing beforehand. They also have a variety of traditional spa services - massages, wraps, manicures etc... - all of which are wonderful. And a Korean restaurant that has the best Korean food I've ever had in Seattle.... All of which is why I make a day of it. The greatest beauty in it, however, is how safe and quiet and nurturing it is. I can assure you that you are not as shy and modest as you think you are. And if you let yourself, you can feel the nourishing inside your soul, as well as outside your body. There is no Western spa snooty-ness here. Just pure compassion and nurturing and soul healing. It's heaven on earth..... And as a topper, you can spent the whole day there and get a magnificent scrub for about $85. Lunch at the restaurant will run you about $9.... and then there's tips. But it's still less than a 1 hour massage costs at most places, and is fulfilling on so many levels. They have 2 locations, which you can check out on their site, at this link The Tacoma one is smaller, and totally not fancy, kind of run down in some ways, but so sweet and genuine that I still love it. The Lynwood location is really new and fancy and super nice. Services all cost a little more there, to pay for the new facility I guess, but I think it's worth it. They are both wonderful, just go to whichever one is closer to you. more

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Olympus Day Spa nourishes Inside and Out 10/6/2006

I've been one of those people hoping that no one else "discovers" Olympus Day Spa just so that it won't get hard to get an appointment. But after reading a recent review of Spa Del Lago (with which I completely agree,) I feel the need to let you all in on the amazing power of the Olympus Day Spa. Olympus is a true Korean Bath for women only. When Igo, I make a day of it. It is a place that is relaxing and nourishing for both body and soul. Immediately upon arriving, you go to the locker room and change into a simply cotton robe and funny pink shower cap. There is no clothing, of any sort, allowed, and all the rooms are communal in nature. Even if you think you are shy, you will almost immediately relax in the presence and power of such loving female energy. It is the safest place I know of - emotionally and physically. The bath portion has about 5 tubs of varying temperatures (ranging from too hot for me all the way to too cold for me) in a large tile room that also has showers and waterfall. You relax in the tubs as women of all shapes and sizes, ages and types all relax together - hopefully very quietly. There are also a collection of "element" rooms - mud, wood, jade, salt - that are dry saunas and range in temperature from kinda hot to really really hot. These are beautiful rooms, dark and secluded - incredibly relaxing. So, you can spend a day just relaxing in the spas and saunas, and that - in and of itself - is a real getaway. But the real treat is getting a traditional Korean scrub. Once you have soaked int eh hot tubs for a minimum of 30 minutes - so that yous skin is basically falling off anyway - you are taken to a semi-private table where a lovely woman will scrub you - fairly intensely - for 50 minutes. When she's done, you will have baby skin. I'm not kidding. It can be pretty harsh, but they'll do it harder or softer depending on how you like it.... AS they scrub and scrub, they periodically run warm water over your body to clean you off.... and that splash of water is just heaven. They leave you so clean and fresh that you almost don't want to go into the real world again - except that it's so fun to have people rub your soft skin! The intensity and length of the scrub also gives a great massage.... I am jell-o afterword. After that, you can get a traditional moisturizing, with honey, olive oil and warm milk..... truly sensational, though I usually just opt for the scrub so that it costs less and I can justify going more often. if you get the moisturizing, however, you can't get in the pools anymore, so be sure you schedule time such that you get enough soaking and relaxing beforehand. They also have a variety of traditional spa services - massages, wraps, manicures etc... - all of which are wonderful. And a Korean restaurant that has the best Korean food I've ever had in Seattle.... All of which is why I make a day of it. The greatest beauty in it, however, is how safe and quiet and nurturing it is. I can assure you that you are not as shy and modest as you think you are. And if you let yourself, you can feel the nourishing inside your soul, as well as outside your body. There is no Western spa snooty-ness here. Just pure compassion and nurturing and soul healing. It's heaven on earth..... And as a topper, you can spent the whole day there and get a magnificent scrub for about $85. Lunch at the restaurant will run you about $9.... and then there's tips. But it's still less than a 1 hour massage costs at most places, and is fulfilling on so many levels. They have 2 locations, which you can check out on their site, at this http://www.olympusspa.com/ The Tacoma one is smaller, and totally not fancy, kind of run down in some ways, but so sweet and genuine that I still love it. The Lynwood location is really new and fancy and super nice. Services all cost a little more there, to pay for the new facility I guess, but I think it's worth it. They are both wonderful, just go to whichever one is closer to you. more

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Definately not Tacoma 2/10/2006

The new Lynnwood location has a completely different feel than the original South Tacoma Way location, but also offers a myriad of services not available in Tacoma. Ladies, this spa is like no other spa- its yes a "naked" spa, *gasp* but after the first five minutes of I'm going to do what.... you realize that it is the perfect way to relax. I've experience naked soaking a handful of times and its become a ritual with a few friends to relax and destress. The Lynnwood location offers the posh spa feel, which one person in my party wasn't quite certain she liked since the Tacoma location is more "homey." The Lynnwood location is also a bit more pricey since you are paying for a newly built facility. I recommend the body scrub and moisturizing treatment. They also offer massages, facials (which I haven't tried) and manicures/pedicures. My other favorite part of a day at the Olympus (plan for a good chunk of the day) is their restaurant. Excellent Korean style food. The Lynnwood location offers a few new dishes, which I am looking forward to trying. more

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They got it right. 12/22/2005

After visiting the Olympus Spa location in Tacoma, I left feeling there was something missing. Sure, I'd had a great time (it's a spa!), but the '80s vibe about it isn't my thing. I waited patiently for the Lynnwood location to open and I was pleasantly rewarded. This spa is a dream. Everything about this spa is gorgeous. The lights are pleasing. The shoe area and walkway into the spa are lovely. The tubs and waterfall inspire serenity, as do the many energy rooms (a few more than the Tacoma location). NOTE: As calming as the waterfall is, the raised-voice conversations resulting from the increased noise are not. Regardless, I feel like even the waiting areas are lovely. Seriously, the spa looks like it belongs in an architectural magazine or one of those hotel books where they showcase their most exclusive resorts. Now that I'm done fawning over the aesthetics, I can rave about everything else. The food continues to be excellent (mmm, spicy pork!), as are the massages. Although I'm no massage expert, I can say I came in limping post-marathon and left feeling relaxed and with a normal gait. Olympus also offers a variety of facials, body scrubs, moisturizing treatments, manicures (no acrylics) and a tea ceremony. The only drawback I can think of is that it's for women only, which makes sense when you consider it's a clothes-free environment. Sorry, guys, you're missing out. more

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Unbelievable 12/12/2005

Three cheers for Olympus Spa finally opening in Lynnwood! Your location is so luxurious, delightful and relaxing, one could not ask for more in a day spa. All the Asian services like body scrubs are amazing, but they also have great massage by practitioners who really know what they are doing. Unlike their Tacoma location they also offer pedicures (get one~~it was fabulous), manicures and facial treatments. The pool area is so beautiful and the Earth Energy Heated Rooms are not to be missed! They even have a real "chill" room where you go cool off after basking in the charcoal or salt room. Love the mugwort sauna and I love the way I feel after spending several hours here. The food in the restaurant is delicious and they really got it right. Hands down the best woman's spa in the whole US. You can even have a traditional Korean Tea Ceremony! Indulge yourself. You deserve it! more
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  • Olympus Spa has successfully merged the Eastern medicinal techniques and Western relaxation techniques to create a total health conscious spa.

    It is the only day spa in the Puget Sound area where women can relax in this all female environment and enjoy exceptional facilities, superior services and products that enhance women's health.

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