Treat Yourself: You Can Get a Luxurious Massage for P2,000 or Less at This Hotel

QC folks, this is for you.

When you think of hotel spas, you probably can't help thinking about having to shell out P3,000 to P4,000 for a 45-minute service. While this is often true—and the experience and ambience are more than worth it—there are still hotels that offer you the same relaxing treat without burning a hole in your pocket.

If you find yourself somewhere north of the Metro, drop by Seda Spa at Seda Hotel Vertis North—you don't even have to check in. Full body massages usually go for a minimum of an hour, and they’re probably less expensive than your last shopping splurge.

Seda Spa's cozy lobby is reflective of the hotel's overall look, which uses plenty of native materials. Courtesy of Seda Hotels

Swedish Style Massage (P1,200/one hour; P1,700/one hour and 30 minutes)

This technique is known for its long, gliding strokes that sooth and relax your tired muscles. Natural-scented oils are used for this massage.

Shiatsu Style Massage (P1,200/one hour; P1,700/one hour and 30 minutes)

If you prefer a massage without oil, Seda's Shiatsu-style massage is for you. This Japanese accupressure massage style uses kneading to focus on pressure points.

Signature Combination Massage (P1,200/one hour; P1,700/one hour and 30 minutes)

Seda Spa's signature massage is a combination of both Swedish and Shiatsu styles. Up first is the Shiatsu massage to reduce muscle tension, then followed by Swedish massage to relieve sore muscles.

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The hotel spa is just within walking distance to Trinoma and SM North EDSA. Courtesy of Seda Hotels

Aromatherapy Massage (P1,400/one hour; P2,000/one hour and 30 minutes)

To make sure that you have the most restful massage, the essential oils for this session come in three blends: Relaxation, Energizing, and Therapy. Seda uses high-quality, all-natural aromatherapy massage oils that also provide moisturizing benefits for your skin.

Hilot Massage (P1,800/one hour and 30 minutes)

This traditional Filipino massage is perfect for muscle aches and pains. Seda’s version uses warm coconut oil, which is not only soothing to the body but can also make your skin young-looking.

You don't have to break the bank for a soothing massage. Courtesy of Seda Hotels

The rates listed may change without prior notice and are for out-of-hotel bookings. In case you’re waiting for the EDSA traffic to ease up and are looking for something to do, make an appointment or inquire about their other services by calling the hotel’s trunkline.

Seda Spa is at 3/F Seda Vertis North, Astra corner Lux Drives, Vertis North, Quezon City. It is open from 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. For more information, visit Seda Vertis North's website.

This story originally appeared on Femalenetwork.com. Minor edits have been made by the Spot.ph editors.

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