Manila Ocean Park: Zenyu Eco Spa at Hotel H20

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Zenyu Eco Spa Revisited
Hotel H20
Manila Ocean Park



Our first encounter with Zenyu Eco Spa was blast, we were thinking to have the second spa adventure on Christmas rush season. The package includes full body fish spa, shiatsu massage and negative ion hot bed.

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Zenyu Ecospa PROMO
2hr package for only PhP1600 then get 30% discount on antiaging facial

I was never happy with fish spa during the first try, it tickles me so much that I end up shaking the little fish when they suck on your dead skins. For the second time, I had overcome the screaming and waggling and was able to dip those fancy feet on a longer period. The result was absolute fun and fetish feet 🙂 We compared our feets after the treatment, and they look really pinkish and kissable 🙂

Next stop was the negative ion hot bed (a sauna-like experience) covered with treated negative ion sheet and paints. 45 degree Celsius heat will sweat you out just the way we wanted. We were given an anti-oxidant red wine shot and a glass of water before stepping inside the hot-temperature room.

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Zenyu Eco Spa robe

Last on the package was the shiatsu massage, my companion and I was observing if the massage will be as good and as consistent compared from the first run we had it. Or if not, the case will be blamed on the massage therapist tender loving hands. 🙂 After the treatment, all we can say was WOW! It feels so much the same, there’s nothing to loose. The travel time we burned (Quezon City to Pasay) was worth it, although a little pricey from the standard rate home service massage (usually PhP250 plus tip). Zenyu Eco Spa’s shiatsu massage covers from head to toe, back to front. With hot towel complimentary. We recommend spa addicts to try the three fantastic treatments, go have the real thing!

Hotel H20:
“We are the only negative eco spa employing negative ion technology in the country. Found inside the only negative ion hotel in the world.”

More About negative ion properties:
“Finally the power of nature is brought to the urban environment through the technology of Ecoparadise detoxification centers found in Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Bangkok and Indonesia. These good clean air molecules have great benefits to our health. Be protected from positive ions, free radicals and bacteria and viruses. We have a store of ecofriendly products with negative ions.”

Zenyu Eco Spa Services:
1. Massage
2. Dr. Fish spa jacuzzi (first in Asia)
3. Hotbed therapy employing negative ions (Ecoparadise Japan)

Zenyu Eco Spa
Opens:
Mon – Thu: 10:00 am – 11:00 pm
Fri – Sat: 10:00 am – 12:00 am
Sun: 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
[e] Zenyu.spa@hotelh2o.com
[w] http://www.hotelh2o.com

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Daryll Villena

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