Cultivating a restorative environment since 1982, Spa Sydell is your premiere Atlanta Day Spa destination for relaxing spa treatments & for bringing peace and well-being back into your life. Our extensive menu of services is designed to rejuvenate both mind and body. You'll find departures from the norm with services such as the intuitive prenatal massage and 99% natural, hand sprayed airbrush tanning. From hair removal to nail care, body treatments to gentleman's services, the.. experienced and inviting staff here at Spa Sydell is there help. Our Atlanta Day Spa also features bridal spa specials, spa party packages and corporate spa getaways. For a truly customer-focused and revitalizing Atlanta Day Spa experience, schedule your appointment with Spa Sydell today. With 7 convenient locations throughout the Metro- Atlanta area, we are here to serve and reinvigorate you 7 days a week!VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
I had been going to a privately owned facial/massage place in my neighborhood but this place is near my work so I thought I'd give it a try. Well, they could do better for the price they're charging. First of all I made an appointment and I still had to wait about 15minutes. I'm not sure if the lady even knew what I was there for, because she kept asking questions as if she were expecting a different customer. The whole thing seemed rushed which is totally the opposite of what I want at a spa. Not worth the money or time. Not recommended.
Posted: 7/30/2011 • Link to this review
They have added new services such as Botox and new owners! I loved the cool dimmed relaxing atmosphere and water walls. It makes me unwind, relax, release tension and it works. I have been a customer for many years. Having visited other spas; I can honestly say that in the end Spa Sydell has given me the best experience. I do get massages every month, I am not a once a year spa goer and I can truthfully say this is the real deal. Whenever/if ever (rarely) I have a problem, they have always and I mean always treated me fairly. For nails I use Lexi, she is great! I buy series and take advantages of their holiday sales; in the end I pay $67.50 for a one hour massage, that's a steal, really. You cannot beat that price considering you get a robe, steam room and lockers. If you can manage it, Sundays or weekdays are the best, less people. This is the only spa I would buy a gift certificates from; You get value for your money. GREAT SPA!
Posted: 5/04/2011 • Link to this review
I had my weddig in Jan, and got my MANICURE at Sydell Spa Buckhead on my wedding day. With a spa that level, we would expect decent and professional service, but we were WRONG! The manicure was horrible, not only did the lady (Kiki) mis-use the cuticle treatment resulting in chemical peeling of my fingers and hands, but also the nail polish was done so poorly it started forming "bubbles" within an hour of the manicure. It was my biggest day--my wedding day and my hands were ruined by Sydell spa. I took photos of them. I emailed them twice to complain, but did not get a response. They charged $30 for a basic manicure! If you don't want your hands (or any part of your body) ruined, you need to rethink about going there. I have photos of the mis-treated hands if anyone wants them.
Posted: 2/11/2010 • Link to this review
My husband got me 2 gift certificates last Christmas for me and a girlfriend to go get a mani/pedi/massage/facial combo type package. From the moment we arrived things were weird. The waiting area obviously had drinks but no one offered us one. We were brought back to our massage rooms and had to change there and were never given robes or a place to put our belongings! When I came out of my massage I was so annoyed to see other women dressed in nice white robes while I had to get back into my clothes and drag my purse with me to my pedi. So rude! Then when I asked to speak to a manager about it I was treated like a crazy lady. I had to ask 5 times (!!) to speak to a manager and when I did he seemed like he'd heard the same complaint so many times that he just couldn't care about it anymore. To top it all off, there was a discrepancy between what my husband paid for and what we received of $30. The manager wrote me a little receipt that showed that they would be refunding his card. They never did! I called a total of 11 times to try and get the money credited but just repeatedly got brickwalled, so I gave up. These people are just awful. The least relaxing spa experience of my life! I cringe when I hear friends talk about buying a gift certificate to this place. Stay away!
Posted: 1/28/2009 • Link to this review
For valentines day this year, my husband actually bought me a suprise gift certificate from Spa Sydell. I was incredibly excited about it. I had a thirty minute massage along with a speciality pedicure. It was very relaxing and definitely worth the money. (tipping is normally very high, so keep that in mind). I felt a little rushed throughout the session, but besides that I had a wonderful experience.
Posted: 6/24/2008 • Last edited: 7/30/2008 • Link to this review
I was looking forward to FINALLY using 3 old spa gift certificates that I had received as gifts for my upcoming 30th birthday, but was informed that I could not redeem them because they are over 2 years old. That's over $400 of my friends' and families' hard earned money that they flat out STOLE. I am a VERY busy person and unfortunately haven't had time to take off a whole day to spend at the spa until now. I looked forward to a nice relaxing day at the spa for my 30th, but now I have to inform my friends and family that all their generosity went to waste. Money is money... these gift certificates should not expire. I realize prices may have changed, but I was more than willing to pay the difference. I will certainly be telling all of my friends and family to never buy me another gift certificate from this corrupt company again, and I warn everyone to avoid this unprofessional business like the plague! They aren't even that great of a spa to begin with.
Posted: 4/09/2008 • Last edited: 7/30/2008 • Link to this review
I have heard good things about Spa Sydell, and I have tried several of their services, but I have not had excellent service. This spa provides average to below average services. It is the Dairy Queen or McDonalds of spas. They seem to churn out services like McDonalds employees might make a hamburger. The staff somewhat shout as they communicate. The massage therapists put enough effort in to label the service as a massage, but not enough to relieve stress. The atmosphere is aromatic, but the noise and partial effort by the employees reduces the quality of the experience.
Posted: 3/12/2008 • Last edited: 4/25/2009 • Link to this review
you would never know that this is one of their fairly new spas. I went for a massage yesterday and have never had a worse experience. After waiting 15 minutes to even get to the second floor...I go to take a shower before my massage and the showers are broken. the plastic shower head is dangling to the floor. (this has been like that for a month now?) I walk outside to wait and I smell the most disgusting smell - like sewage...I just kept hoping it would get better. My massage SUCKED! I felt disgusted the whole time not to mention the noise of hearing the couple next door. And it is really dark and when I turned on the light the carpet is COMPLETELY DISGUSTING, is it ever cleaned? As I left I complained about the smell and they agreed with me with no apology, saying a toilet might have overflowed...NO APOLOGY. I left a complaint and still no call. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY. THERE WAS A GLADE PLUG IN IN MY MASSAGE ROOM!!!!! I never leave reviews but have to warn others. I WILL NEVER GO BACK!
Posted: 2/22/2008 • Last edited: 7/30/2008 • Link to this review
This spa truly has the fast food chain feel. I've been frequenting the spa for about 15 years and it has gone in a true decline and each location is different. The peachtree location lacks a lot of the service received from other locations (particulary Alpharetta). Too much talking and never consistent techs. The smaller spas are a lot friendlier and stronger client relationships
Posted: 11/12/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
This place is definately like a fast food chain and not relaxing. I got a massage and facial and in both services they tried to con me into buying products. The facial was pretty good but the massage seemed more work then relaxation. Not worth the money they charge there are small time spas that are a little cheaper and whole lot better.
Posted: 4/23/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
I have tried several different services at this spa. They have provided a great quality of service on all of my separate visits. I highly recommend utilizing their services.
Posted: 4/19/2007 • Last edited: 4/25/2009 • Link to this review
I had an hour long massage which was one of the most relaxing experiences I can remember. The therpaist was exteremly professional and I felt like I was floating when I left the room.
Posted: 2/04/2007 • Last edited: 3/13/2008 • Link to this review
my facial was great cleansing and relaxing but my hour long massage felt more tedious than relaxing. i felt a great deal of muscle soreness so i begged the woman to use more pressure and do more deep tissue work. no matter how many times i asked she continued massaging as lightly as she could. i get a better massage when my cat walks across my back,
Posted: 2/02/2007 • Last edited: 7/30/2008 • Link to this review