Quality Hotel Paris Orleans
185-187 Boulevard Brune
Phone: (33) 1 45396850
Fax: (33) 1 45436564
Beauty & Spas
Rufa fish Spa, located in the 5th arrondissement of Paris near the Luxembourg garden, is the first beauty center in France to propose, in addition to traditional body cares, a fish pedicure. This phenomenon was born in Turkey several years ago, and quickly crossed the borders. It works simply and naturally: small fish, "Garra rufa," take care of your feet, eating dead skin and stimulating blood circulation, just like a real reflexology session, the sensation is gentle and relaxing and the result is so spectacular that the salon will soon propose a fish therapy dedicated to the whole body. They also offer relaxing sessions for your hands, feet, body and face. That is what well-being all about.
Relax in these picturesque Turkish baths with rose colored marble pillars and mosaics. After a shower, lather yourself with the traditional black soap and let it dry for about 20 minutes to naturally exfoliate the skin. Sweat it out on the heated stones and chill out in the hot tub. An invigorating rubdown removes dead skin. Finally, after a relaxing massage and the essential mint tea, one leaves clean, perfumed and entirely refreshed. Situated on the site of the Paris Mosque, there is also a restaurant, tearoom and a bazaar.
Mum & Babe caters to the hands-on mom by offering much-needed TLC to young mothers. This salon offers beauty services like haircuts, massages and specialty treatments, coupled with child care facilities. Take your toddlers along as they can engage in games, books and programs while you get your hair done. Occasionally, they host interactive family workshops as well.
Located on rue Saint-André des Arts, Christophe - Nicolas Biot is primarily a hair salon. Although it offers services like manicures, nail treatments and make up, its specialty is hair styling and coloring given Christophe- Nicolas's expertise in the area. He has earned through his hard work the privilege of representing international brands such as Wella, Victoires de la Beauté and Claude Maxime. Needless to say, services here are absolutely topnotch, albeit a little expensive and worth it.
Le Salon Bonaparte is a hair salon located on rue Bonaparte, in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. Locally famous for regular hair treatments is open all days a week from 8am to 9pm to fit convenience of its consumers. Decorated with black and white interiors that lend a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere to it,Le Salon Bonaparte is a cheery, glamorous place that makes you look and feel great.
Rejuvenate yourself at Sunso Rivoli Sun & Beauty Lounge and allow your skin to get tanned and pampered from some highly trained skin care experts. With multiple locations in France, Sunso is your one stop for tanning and beauty treatments. The centers are high-tech and comfortable which makes it ideal for all. Personalized and customized attention is their unique selling point. Check it out when in France.
Far from all the clichés about tattoo-piercing shops – dark cellars with low hygiene – Abraxas, located in the Beaubourg district, is the reference among Parisian salons. The shop, in a building with Parisian stone walls, with luxury decoration, appears like a jewelers shop. The tattoo rooms look like a Swiss clinic: hygiene is an Abraxas priority. It is a magical place where all these tattooists, real artists, can show all their skills and talent. The clients there range from the youngest to the oldest. There are three tattoo shops in Paris.
The Ken Club on rue du 100 Avenue du Président Kennedy is a private health club. Open all days a week, it is quite convenient for the working professionals as well as students to use. The club property that includes swimming pool, gym, spa, sauna, aqua-fitness area and much more, stretches over 1600 square meters. Complete with a restaurant, Ken Club is a great place to get fitter and stay healthier.
The Paris location of the After the Rain Switzerland, which is located close to the Tuileries Gardens, is a quiet, luxurious retreat for all those who seek out some relaxation. Soak in some steam in the hammam, or book in for a specialty massage. Patrons can also enjoy a dip in the pool, or indulge in a range of facials and top-of-the-range beauty treatments.
Omnisens is an oasis of serenity in the bustling heart of Paris. Covering 600 square meters (6458 square feet), this spa and gym offers a bevy of services including massage, aestheticians,hot tubs, yoga and pilates classes. Its interior is a soothing white with springs of greenery and potted plants.
Taking its name from the French slang word that means "squeaky clean", this premier institute offers everything needed to keep a man in tip top condition. So, whether you have a special occasion coming up or you're just fastidious, drop in. From body waxing to shiatsu massage to a range of facial products, all can be acquired here.
The Six Senses spa, living up to its name is sure to rejuvenate your senses. Nestled within The Westin Paris, this spa offers various services that will care for your body from head to toe. Relax with oriental treatments like the Indian Head Massage, Bamboo Massage, Oriental Massage, Holistic Massage and Hot Stone Massage. The body polish and detox treatments are sure to leave you with soft, silky smooth skin. Located in Paris' 1st Arrondissement, this spa is in close proximity to the Jardin de Tuileries, Champs-Élysées and various popular attractions, so it is always brimming with clients. Scheduling an appointment before your visit is highly recommended.