This Valentine’s Day, you can hit two birds with one stone if you and your lover visit and become members at Calabash Spa & Salon located at Speke Apartments, Wampewo Avenue, here in Kampala.
The luxurious spa and salon provides a variety of services for the purpose of improving health, beauty and relaxation of their customers through personal care treatments such as hair, massages and facials.
And this upcoming weekend, it has tailored unbeatable packages to celebrate love. These offers are valid from the 13th of February to 17th of February, 2019.
Especially for her
With this package, you get glow from their beautifully combined coffee & brown sugar body scrub and hot stone massage and finish with a free nail polish change at only Shs195, 000 for 120mins
Especially for him
Polish up for that special person and dive into the deep with deep tissue massage & enjoy a free body scrub & show up like the king that you truly are at only Shs150, 000 for 90mins
Perfect for my money
Enjoy this bespoke combination of unique Hammam + Aromatherapy treatment as you renew your wellbeing, love for life, yourself and each other with a free glass of champagne, hair was and blow dry at only Shs250,000 for 120mins
Because you are always there for me
Treat those who have stood by you to a side by side memorable massage with classic Swedish massage, enjoy a free glass of champagne & strengthen the bond at Shs95, 000 for 60mins
My ride or die
Relax and let go as you press reset with one hour combo of the Indian head and foot massage at only shs130, 000 and enjoy a free hair wash and blow dry.
Hold my hand manicure
Enjoy a double treat of luxury mani-pedi duo with a free glass of champagne, peppermint salt scrub and rose petals per person at only Shs100000 for 120 minutes
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