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Belladonna Day Spa
2900 Magazine St
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Belladonna Day Spa
Belladonna Day Spa : Spas, New Orleans, LA
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Posted on 10/29/2007
Go See Reyna
I received a gift certificate for my birthday and I booked a pedicure with Reyna. She is awesome!! I have standing appointments for the whole year for a pedciure every four weeks. Reyna is the best, go see her and give your feet a treat!
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by EKV504 at Citysearch
Vile in every way
When I lived in New Orleans 15 years ago, Belladonna had a reputation as being one of the best spas in town. I did not have the income then to enjoy many visits to Belladonna, but was very much looking forward to a return visit to Belladonna when I was in town January of 2012.Perhaps I should have known not to expect great things at Belladonna when I called to schedule a mani and pedi a week ahead and was told that spa was waiting to hear back as to whether a technician scheduled to be out on the day I planned to schedule would have someone to replace her The woman I spoke with said she could book the mani and promised to call me Tuesday about availability for the pedi. This sounded fine, except no one called Tuesday (or ever) about that pedicure. So, from the start I encountered less-than stellar customer service at Belladonna, but I simply planned ahead and had my toes done before I arrived in NOLA. I showed up for my mani as scheduled and found I had been assigned to a nail technician who by way of greeting scowled at me and demanded, ""ARE YOU [NAME]?"" I admitted that I was indeed and she sat me down and picked up a file that had obviously been used on many other clients. Noticing that the cuticle sticks at hand were stained with polish, I asked the nail tech to use new implements for my manicure. She grunted and spat, ""We clean them every day!"" (Every day -- really? Not between clients? And how do you clean non-metal nail file or cuticle sticks? These certainly did not look clean.) Tech then proceeded to throw the file on the table and push back in her chair, ostensibly to retrieve clean/new implements -- but I must say I thought she looked completely lost, almost as though she had no idea where on the premises one might locate clean/new files, etc. Since I did not feel like bleeding, I opted NOT to allow an insolent and aggressive individual to come at me with sharp instruments (no matter how clean they might allegedly be) and made to depart. I heard the...
by Lanaglorious at Citysearch
The worst ""spa"" experience ever!
I can not believe they are seriously calling themselves a spa! I had the ""extreme pedicure"" and basic manicure and for the cost they must buy out of their damn minds! I would NEVER go there again for services. Please please save your money and sanity. I wanted to diminish stress and they created it. I spoke with a ""manager"" who told me she'd call me back and I'm still waiting. The technician was out smoking while I should have been experiencing the extreme amenities associated with a freaking $95 pedicure. I have had far better experiences in ordinary spas, at reasonable prices and from folks who seemed to appreciate my money. Avoid the frustration, find professionals who are authentic. This is a bad joke, because Im not laughing.
by stacynd at Citysearch
Botched service -- left in tears--worst experience!!
After sitting with the technician and explaining in DETAIL what I wanted done, the technician ignored my request, botched my service, and I left in tears. The management was condescending and uncaring. Even after requesting a call from the owner 2 weeks ago, I still have not gotten a call which proves the owner does not care about her clients at all. I would not advise anyone to go th Belladonna for any service, under any circumstances. There are far too many excellent spas in the city that deliver great service and care about their customers. Please take my advice and patronize someplace else!!
by jellyjamcello at Citysearch
Good manicure; poor manicurist attitude
mag. St. locale. Only been once. Good french manicure. However, manicurist not friendly and not good attitude. Casual smalltalk at first, then asking about the kind of neighborhood my boyfriend lived in etc., trying obviously to figure out if he was rich. When I told her neighborhood, (middle class), She said a disastified ""ugh"". This attitude is wierd. I want a friendly manicurist! EVERYBODY there didn't seem to understand why I was there, and furrowed their brows and kept asking and assuming I was getting married the next day! no, i wasn't. Did I seem poor or really young to them? I don't know but the people's attitudes were kinda wierd.
by TallSasha at Citysearch
Save your money & Take your business to the Ritz
The booking process was not easy due to no availability. Upon arrival, the staff was professional but not friendly. We were not told how long of a wait. We were forced to ""shop"" but given no instruction. The staff was clearly indifferent to our presence. We saw a woman handed a champagne but we were never offered any beverage of any kind. I was disappointed in the noise level of my room during the massage. I couldn't tune out people walking by or talking in the hallway. My room was cold and I had goose bumps. At the end, I was not even offered a glass of water at the end of the treatment, (but my sister had a warm room downstairs and was given a bottled water at the end of treatment). Then it was time to settle up the bill. Here is where things went really down hill. I went to pay for our treatments with the $300 gift card. I figured we wouldn't have spent the entire amount, and was looking forward to purchasing some fingernail polish and what nots. But when I went to have the gratuity added to our bill, I was told ""it doesn't work that way. I can't give back cash."". I explained that I understoodI didn't want cashI just wanted to ensure our masseuses were tipped. Again, I was told that it's a policy and she couldn't do it. I asked if there was someone else I could speak to. The little girl kept waving her hands no and saying no. So, I asked if I could speak to a manager and that is when she reveals she IS the manager ""and if the owner were here, she would tell you the same thing!""I can tell you I wasn't ugly in face or tone because I had just had an 80 min massageso this altercation of being told that I had to pay an additonal $50 cash to tip and I was going to be given a $55 gift card to use on future purchases brought me to tears, not anger.At this point, my sister exits and sees that I'm upset. After telling her the situaton, she takes the $55 gift card and speaks to the same little girl. She also asked about using the gift portion of the card ...
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