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After a day of sightseing i justed walked in.
Fortunately i got a slot without having prebooked. I have asked for a strong massage and was recommended the sports massage. Therapist was very friendly and very skilled. This was an excellent choice: i got a...More
Studio Orchidee is a small spa on the trendy Rue St-Denis. If you are looking for a great massage in a charming older building typical (brick walls in interior) of the neighbourhood, this is the place. The therapists are excellent and certified (I always have...More
I've been there a few times, and will certainly go back again ! Even just the second time I went, they recognized me and knew which therapist I had the last time and asked if I wanted the same one. They really care about your...More
Date of experience: April 2017
Studioorchidee, Propriétaire at Studio Orchidee, responded to this reviewResponded 22 April 2017
This is a small studio that has to be a best kept secret as far as massage therapy is concerned. The atmosphere in the rooms is very warm and relaxing. This studio is very well located near a variety of entertainment, shopping, restaurants and the...More
Date of experience: December 2016
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