Hot Stone Philosophy
Hot Stone, a Lifestyle Saloon and Spa, offers the finest treatments and services delivered by Licensed Estheticians, Massage Therapists, Hair Stylists and Nail Technicians. Hot Stone's full service menu offers every treatment a woman body needs from hair treatments to spa indulgence body services, in addition to catered cuisine that includes a wide range of Drinks, Salads, Sandwiches and desserts.

The Spa is equipped with the latest hi-tech machines from abroad. It also uses international techniques and effective methods of advanced treatment not just for simple beauty care but also for specific problems regarding the skin, body and hair. In addition to Thalgo products based on the riches of the marine universe and vital for health and well-being. Hygiene is given prime importance in Hot Stone where all appliances are sterilized.

Step into Hot Stone's world where each client's unique needs are met through a personalized series of skin and body care treatments, purescriptions and spa packages. Our mission is to provide you with an oasis to simply "practice doing nothing". Prepare to leave Hot Stone pampered, relaxed, invigorated and refreshed.


Spa Etiquette
Hot Stone is all about you! We aim to provide you with the highest standards of service and personal care, in the most professional environment so you will return and recommend us again and again.
In order that you get the best out of your Hot Stone experience, please observe the following Spa policies and rules:
1- Advance Booking: As our Spa fills up fast, book as far in advance as possible. And in order to avoid the crowds, try reserving a treatment during off-peak hours or during the week (peak hours are often late afternoons and week-ends especially Thursdays).

2- Punctuality: Arrive on time or early. If you are late, your treatment time will need to be shortened since the treatment room (and therapist) is generally booked after your session.

3- Arrival: If this is your first day spa visit, let the receptionist know when you arrive. She will ask you to complete a questionnaire on your first visit to provide the Spa with medical and contact information. This is another reason to arrive early.

4- Exploring the Facility: On arrival at the Spa, ask for a tour prior to your treatment. The tour will acquaint you with your surroundings and introduce you to any additional Spa facilities, steam rooms and relaxation rooms.

5- Cancellations: If you must cancel an appointment, give the Spa as much advance notice as possible. Approximately 24 hours' notice is minimum to cancel a single service, and 48 hours or more is usually required for a package of services. This gives the Spa enough time to fill the slot.

6- Attire: We recommend that you come to the Spa in very casual attire - something you can easily slip off. We provide towels, robes and slippers.

7- Medical Conditions: If you have any type of medical condition, be sure to mention it when you book an appointment. Certain treatments may not be advisable for you. Also, before your treatment begins, let your therapist or aesthetician know of any medical concerns. Tell the technician if you're wearing contact lenses before you have a facial.

8- Nudity Issues: It is not required that you are unclothed in front of anyone in the Spa. There are places where you can change. Towels and robes are provided and can keep you continually covered. If you feel more comfortable, it is also possible for you to wear a swimsuit during your treatment.