Feeling burn out from work? Do you feel stressed with the hustle and bustle of daily life? Whether building a career or taking care of the family, stress is a constant companion. And after all that hard work, you deserve a break. Why not indulge for some “me time” at Spa Riviera Jaro?
Located at the heart of Jaro, Spa Riviera is a haven of tranquillity and relaxation. It recently underwent a facelift and the new look is chicer and more stylish, but the soothing and blissful ambience still remains.
|Photo courtesy of Nonoy Taclino of Iloilo Today|
With the recent renovation, the spa is now better equipped to meet its clients’ constantly changing demands for indulgence and luxurious pampering. Both the Jaro and Mandurriao branches now offer Spa Riviera’s complete line of services and packages that are available in the main branch in General Luna.
“We have a newly-installed shower where you can have a refreshing bath before a massage or after a body scrub. Due to this latest addition in our facility, our clients can treat themselves to any of our body scrubs that cleanse, renew and revitalize the skin as well as invigorate the senses. They can indulge in our very popular Gayuma services such as Gayuma Pangpapukaw Maanyag organic facial, Tahum Kutis body scrub and Tiil Kanami (hot stone foot),” says Babes Rivera Wharton, owner.
“Of course, you can still indulge in any of our popular offerings such as Swedish, Shiatsu and Combination body massage, Asian Foot Massage and 30-minute Chair Massage (back massage). Renew your skin with our rejuvenating and nourishing Mandi Susu Facial,” she adds.
Family and friends can have a memorable relaxation time together with Spa Riviera’s Spa Party for a very special package rate.
So if you feel the need for some pampering, visit Spa Riviera at the 2nd Floor, Doña Maria Building (behind Jaro Cathedral), Jaro, Iloilo City. It is open from 1pm to 11pm, Mondays through Sundays. You may also check out its facebook page Spa Riviera Official for more information.
|Anja Rivera and Babes Rivera Wharton during the relaunching|
Photo courtesy of Nonoy Taclino of Iloilo Today