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Opiate of the massages

A venue that more than deserves its place on Conde Nast's 'Best New Spas In The World' list

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Spa-goers can detect a slight change of product temperature. We know whether the therapist's two hands have different levels of strength. We may even count how many drops of oil are dripped on to our bodies. 

In the very calm and quiet atmosphere of a spa session, unless we have dozed off, there's almost nothing to disturb our concentration on what's going on on the spa bed. And even an insignificant flaw can make a visit an unpleasant memory.

Against all negative possibilities, my recent experience at Opium Spa was pleasingly remarkable. From the first step into the awe-inspiring premises to all the touches, sounds, smells and temperatures experienced during the treatment, nothing was less than excellent.

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