Colmegna Spa – An Oasis in the Bustle of Downtown Buenos Aires

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Colmegna Spa Buenos AiresOn a busy street in the center of Buenos Aires there exists an anomaly. It is a haven, a respite from the congested sidewalks and noisy streets. Here you will find Colmegna Spa, catering to men and women who want to take a break from the daily grind.

At Colmegna Spa, you will be escorted to a clean, white, private changing room where you are given large white towels and sandals for spending the next hour or two in quiet luxury. A VIP salon with double size chaises is conveniently located for lounging and napping in between treatments.

The spa offers Turkish and Finnish baths as well as a sauna. The hydro-massage pool, with its cold water is a refreshing and energizing way to boost circulation after taking a treatment. You can also try the Scottish shower, with its pressure jets that oxygenate and tone the body.

At Colmegna, a variety of skin treatments are offered including Vitamin C and all over body applications for cellulites and contouring. Manicures, pedicures, conventional facials, hair treatments, tanning beds, massage, a nutritional center, and a full-service gym with individual training programs are also available. There are constant promotions at the spa, as well as a wide variety of packages to choose from including the famous Lovers Spa designed for two.

The beauty of Colmegna Spa is that you can drop in at any time to enjoy the benefits of relaxation and rejuvenation at a very reasonable price. And you can get away from it all without having to take a single step outside the city’s nucleus.

Colmegna Spa in Buenos Aires
Sarmiento 839
Buenos Aires
4326-1257
Colmegna Spa Website

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