The Holiday Inn Pattaya debuted its new spa and massage center featuring Australia’s favorite remedy for aches and pains.
Called the Tea Tree Spa, the fifth-floor facility welcomed the Pattaya International Ladies Club to try out the new service with foot massages, sparkling wine and other assorted rub downs.
Tea Tree Spa Manager Papakan “Jeena” Saguansap and Assistant Manager Jatporn Phiukhao provided the tour for the ladies.
The spa offers a great view of the pool and palm-lined beach front. And for 1,490, customers can received a therapeutic foot massage while downing all the sparkling wine they can drink.
Oil massages, sparkling wine and relaxation.
Tea Tree also offers Thai-style full body and oil massages, as well as and all kinds of cosmetic facial treatments.
The idea for Tea Tree comes from the Holiday Inn’s general manager, Craig J. Ryan, who hails from down under. There, staff explained, tea tree is a near-universal remedy used in ointments and lotions. It is both healthy and soothing.
Spa Manager Papakan “Jeena” Saguansap.
Assistant Manager Jatporn Phiukhao.