Review: Richfeel Spa Brings R & R to Breach Candy
As I entered Richfeel Spa at Breach Candy I was very happy to see that the Spa was very clean and it also smelled nice, which for me is a very important aspect of going to a spa. The receptionist greeted me warmly and was pretty efficient in finding my booking. I had booked for myself a foot reflexology massage that was to last for 45 minutes.
My therapist came out and noticed that I had forgotten to wear pants that could be rolled up to my knee, so I was given a pair of disposable shorts and taken into the changing room. The changing room had lockers where one can put all their belongings to keep them safe.
After that I returned to the reception area where the therapist first washed my feet with warm water before starting the massage. She then escorted me into a room where I was made to sit back in a very comfortable reclining arm chair. The room had dim lighting and soft music, setting the right tone for the hour of relaxation that was to follow. There were 4 other chairs in the room, but at that point none of the others were occupied.
The therapist did a great job of the massage and I was very relaxed and almost half asleep. However, just as I was drifting off, the main door of the spa opened as a few other customers walked in and along with that also brought in the noise from the street, I guess the only downside of having a spa facing the busy breach candy road.
Before I knew it, however, my massage was over. The therapist was excellent at her job. The spa was both, clean and gave out a pleasing fragrance. Most of the time, the management had taken care of all aspects that a customer was in need of, right from disposable shorts to a locker for personal belongings. Despite facing the main road, the spa is peaceful and quiet and that is only disrupted when the front door opens which is unavoidable. Overall, a great experience and I would definitely visit Richfeel Spa some other time.