Chicago >Haiku Spa
Deceptive pricing, Unpleased with service. Walking into Haiku Spa is nothing special, its above a car wash with some simple Asian decorating. I had to pay upfront $95 for an hour before the massage which I thought was odd. There was no lounge, lockers, shower. They just put you in a room and have you hang your clothes up on hangars on the door. The massage itself wasn't that bad but what took place afterwords is why I will never go back again. As I leave the room the person who gave the massage approached me and asked if I had already paid. I said yes and then she said something along the lines of "Tip". I thought this was kind of brash, asking for a tip, but I got out my wallet anyways. I only had bills in increments of 20 so I asked if she had change. She said yes and she got out her handbag. I hand her the $20 and ask for $10 back and she had the audacity to tell me "Oh, its $20 for an hour, $10 for half an hour". Since when was it REQUIRED I tip and to a SET AMOUNT? If they wanted $20 out of me why didn't they just change $115 for an hour massage? The whole ordeal just rubbed me the wrong way and they won't be seeing my business anytime soon.
Editorial Review. Downtown oasis for relaxing massage treatments that will soothe away all stress.
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