Spas >Yin Beauty Arts
103 W. 86th Street, New York, NY | Directions 1002440.786628 -73.972458
Mon- Fri 10AM - 8PM; Sat 10AM - 6PM;
Sun 11AM - 5PM
Neighborhoods: Upper West Side, Midtown
Very relaxing, most important part – The place itself is serene, calming and clean.
Great deals when you book – I went for a Microdermabrasion and got suckered into paying an extra $20 for a mask as well, not bad considering I booked on LIfebooker so my treatment was discounted. The treatment was fine
Perfect time to relax – I got a deal from Living Social for q Tibetan Herbal Foot steam bath with Reflexology with a massage. It was wonderful!!! I received my massage from Karen who was terrific. She relived the pain in my shoulder and the reflexology was an added treat!
Super relaxing – Spa is greater and is better built than the first location. I love the warmth shown and Katherine is the best.
Greatest Spa and Nails Period!! – "I also went in for the $29 Lifebooker green tea mani/pedi deal, and after reading some of the reviews here, I was a bit worried. But I actually had a perfectly pleasant experience at Yin.
Yes, when I called to book the appointment they reminded me to bring cash to tip and to tip on the full amount (not the special deal), which is definitely rude and presumptuous. I don't mind tipping generously when I've had great service somewhere, but it should be my decision how much to give. But this is not the first salon/spa I've been to that's been like this about tipping.
When I arrived for my mani/pedi the receptionist (hostess? whatever) was very friendly and helped me pick out my colors, of which I thought there were plenty of choices (including the deep purple I got on my toes). The woman who did my mani/pedi was nice and very thorough and I never felt rushed (I was their last appointment of the day, which probably helped).
The green tea foot soak was relaxing and smelled good, and she was very generous with the other products she used on me. I know someone else complained that they didn't clean the foot baths after her pedicure, but I actually witnessed them scrubbing down the foot bath I used after I was done.
It's true that they don't have you soak your hands for the manicure, which was a bit odd. But she used plenty of other skin-softening, exfoliating, and moisturizing products, and did a great job on my nails. All in all I was very happy with the experience. Would it be worth the full $125 price they're touting? No way. But $29 plus a $20 tip was totally worth it."
AWESOME SPA – The spa here is awesome. I did not have to wait long and the result was worth the money.
An added treat! – Relived the pain in my shoulder and the reflexology was an added treat!
It was wonderful!!! I received my massage from Karen who was terrific
The facial was fine -- it left my skin feeling smooth and clean and for $49 for 40 minutes, I was pretty contented.
COME HERE!!! – Great place to go. I would tell everyone looking for a really great spa to come here.
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