Fremont >Aroma Spa
Very professional place to de-stress and relax. The masseuse are highly trained on Asian accupressure. Despite the halting English, everyone is very friendly. I love the warm welcome and the sincere smile. I feel like coming back once a month. I never felt harassed for a tip nor I get any suggestion for any unwanted extra service. After all this is a place to relax one's body and soul as the soft rhythms of the music keep you floating in another universe. I highly recommend this to everyone. I cannot relate to the ratings that were made in 2007.
Avoid at all costs.
The ambience is minimal- to non existant- there is a rear entrance you have to be buzzed through and people that speak minimal english to you if at all. They point to an area to sit in which is strewn with used sheets, stuff on the floor and looks like a non converted broom closet.
they greet you with - " what do you want" demand payment before the massage and extort a tip. If you complain they tell you to leave. At this point i would have walked out but decided to see how bad it could get. As I found it gets worse.
In shrot the massage room was grubby and made up in early trailer trash motel.
The massage therapist wouldn't shuit up, left the room to talk with her friends all the time, left the room to answer her phone calls, and in general wasnt in the room for more than 40 minutes out of 60. When i complained about that they called me cheap and told me to leave.
Their touch is unprofessional and at times inappropriate. The massage is hurried and disjoint leading to no relaxation at all.They dont even do the whole body missing parts of legs, arms hands and feet.
They constantly rub up against you as if to imply there are other services . All in all this place is unsavory, crappy to look at, and basically a rip off joint. The fact that they are busy seems to point to "other" services they offer. However i have found much better atmospheres to be almost propositioned in and much better massages before the almost proposition. Give this place a wide berth.
The spa is associated with another one right next door called Happy feet- which as I find is well known in the underground happy ending world. My therapist said she worked in the happy feet massage place but that over here they do legitimate massage. Well even if it skirts on legitimate it is grossly incompetent.
Save yourself a horrible experience- and feel better - give your money to a homeless person - don't go here.
Spa Guy Paul
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