Prepare to indulge yourself in the capital's most sensual environments with sumptuous saunas and mind bending massages. Whether for neck, back or feet these parlors cover visitors from head to toe with talented fingers, blind masseuses and warm scented oils, by hand or foot. Experience the pampering of the East whether you're a high roller or have a slightly lower budget, because Beijing’s Best Saunas has got you covered.
Dating back to 1999, Liangzi Massage & Gym is widely renowned among Beijingers for its traditional Chinese medical care and massage. Experience the comfort of massages, the culture of the traditional Chinese techniques and curative relaxation in this sanctuary of healing. It’s lowest package is around $25 but for the more affluent it’s VIP package is $195 per person and worth every dollar.
Since 2005, I Spa has set itself to higher standards as the first Thai-style spa center to open in Beijing. Steeped in the traditions of Thailand its branches win over the hearts of every costumer who visits with its healthy concept of “Rediscovering Myself”. The seven branches in Beijing offer quality high-class spa treatments as well as unique Thai massages.
Find the essence of Beijing in Kocoon's uniquely cultural experience. Prepare for organic aurora therapy, massages from the talented fingers of medically trained masseuses and the voodoo love bath with a rose petal and milk pool of indulgence. Scrubs on the skin and mud facials are included as well in this all encompassing resort. Prices range from lows of $20 and peak at highs exceeding the $100 range.
An intrepid bodily experience that includes both Chinese and Japanese style massages, at dragonfly options are the name of their game: they offer blind masseuse, either male or female staff, medical, relaxing, or sensual messages and more. The options continue with their pricing, 118 RMB (below $20) per hour, $40 for an oil massage package and more depending on the size of the wallet.
Oriental Taipan enjoys a great reputation among the youth and tourists alike for its high-class massage and gym experience. Visitors are offered an exercise for the body then a massage and spa treatments to loosen those muscles. Hourly rates begin at $20 an hour for the basics massages, other packages for the family can hit the $60 mark.
For those looking to spend a little less but maintain a sense of luxury and class, there is Jing Yuan Ge. The basic hour-long sessions, beginning at an unbelievable 68 Chinese Yuan (just over $11 U.S.) don’t not come at the forfeit of quality. Biannually renovated interiors, professional masseuses and a quiet, cozy environment sets the mind at ease.
Tianhe literally means rivers of heaven and accurately describes the feeling of the indulgent oil massages offered at this parlor. Warm oils of varied scents stream across the skin and the fingers of these masseuses provide the rhythm and current that seep into muscles and joints. Nowhere else and no one else does oil massages at this level of quality for under 200 Chinese Yuan but at Tianhe the costs are approximately $25 to $30 U.S. dependant on time and other details.
Created by artist Zhang Jin, The Green T House has the capital’s most fashionable interiors with decor to match. Half spa, half art house with a sprinkle of fine dining, this locale is specifically designed for the soul of the weary traveler. With a variety of different packages and options average costs will wind up around 200 RMB or $30, though cheaper and more expensive options are available.
We could conveniently and easily add a massage (or two) to your tour or create your own trip. Book a Beijing tour with China Highlights and we can add a massage/spa at one of the above recommended centers.