• Thai Privilege Spa
  • Thai Privilege Spa
  • Thai Privilege Spa
  • Thai Privilege Spa

About Thai Privilege Spa

Thai Privilege Spa offers authentic massage services in a safe, hygienic environment that reflects the long-standing traditions of Thai hospitality. In addition to this 6,500-square-foot New York City location, Thai Privilege has three branches in Thailand and a fourth in Shanghai, China. All locations practice the healing art of Thai massage, which uses stretching techniques and touch therapy to stimulate blood circulation and dissolve bodily tension. Available modalities include Siam Aroma Therapy, Detoxifying Massage for Health Skin (incorporating lymphatic drainage), the four-handed Classic Body Massage, and Siam Thermal Therapy, which utilizes heat and salt to relieve aches and stress. Reflexology, body scrubs, and facials are also provided.

Thai Privilege Spa

Address & Info
Thai Privilege Spa
155 Spring Street (Soho), 2nd floor, New York
New York City, NY 10012
United States
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+1(212) 274-8121

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Accepts Spafinder Gift Cards
Does Not Accept Multi-Use Spafinder Gift Cards
Contact Info
Contact Us

+1(212) 274-8121

http://www.thaipriv...
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Menu of Services

MASSAGES
Acupressure
Aromatherapy
Ayurvedic
Back Massage
Couples
Deep Tissue
Four Hands
Hand/Foot
Lymph Drainage
Reflexology
Swedish
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Customer Reviews for Thai Privilege Spa (4)

SallieF
June 29, 2009
An authentic Thai experience in NYC
What I really loved about the Thai Privilege Spa is how authentically Thai it is which shouldn't be surprising considering it is one of a chain of Thai-owned day spas (the others are in Bangkok, Shanghai, etc). My treatment started with a wonderful cup of ginger tea followed by a foot bath - one of my favorite parts of Asian spa treatments. The Thai massage I had was very good; perhaps not as good as the ones I've had in Thailand, but certainly very good for NYC. I look forward to going back again . . . and again.
DanielleG
January 19, 2009
Great Massage
I really enjoyed the massage that I recieved at this place and the atmosphere was very nice. The staff is very friendly and greet you with tea and a foot scrub. Before the massage they asked us exactly what we wanted and really created the massage to best serve our needs. I got the deep tissue sports massage and was very pleased. I recommend this place to people who like thai or deep tissue massage and stretching.
KarenK
April 6, 2008
Worst Thai Massage
I was eager to visit this spa based on reviews found in Spa Finder Magazine. The atmosphere was lovely, the place is lush. We were offered hot tea and a foot bath upon arrival. However...what we were paying for, hoping for, was a great Thai Massage. What we got, was a wishy washy combo of passive stretching with little awareness of meridians and a quick hard pressure massage on the shoulders towards the end. Muscle groups that were specifically asked to have attention paid to, around the knees, hips...were nearly ignored. The therapist was pleasent enough, and inquired about pressure, however pressure was not the main concern, a lack of understanding about thai massage seemed to be. I have had much better quality thai massage, that left me feeling worked over and limber elsewhere. I would not recommend this place to others.
PattiL
December 4, 2006
Exotic and Stunning Place....
I stopped by here and was amazed at how authentically Thai this place was. It really transports you to another place and time. There is a great amount of attention to detail here, even the trash cans are beautiful. There are lots of sensual, golden fabrics which lend an air of sensuality and luxury. I love how the staff is dressed in their traditional Thai garb. There is also an authentic Thai Pavillon in the center for Thai Massage. . A great place for small groups since there is plenty or "chill" space where you can sit together as a group or lounge on their big comfy chairs in the back while getting a foot massage or just read a magazine and drink their yummy Ginger Tea. Service was very gracious and attentive. A little pricey, but worth it, if you want something really memorable.
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