October 22, 2020
October 22, 2020

Make your Beauty Clean and Health With Calabash Spa Speke Apartments And Grab Free Glass of Champagne.


By Our Reporters
Calabash Spa and Saloon Speke Apartments Wampewo Avenue is one beauty stope  center, it’s a five star  luxurious spa and salon that provides a variety of services for the purpose of improving health, beauty and relaxation through personal care treatments such as Hair, Massages and Facials.
 At Calabash you can enjoy the great services throughout this Christmas season and beyond “Lavish Christmas Lunch”  is a Celebration of over 35 varieties of food items across the globe with unique personalized services.
This Christmas Season you can enjoy a “Glass of champagne” when you book a treatment at Calabash Spa and Saloon and the offer started on 20th of December this year 2019 up to 15th of January 2020. 5% service charge with a Glass of wine. Kids 50% discount with free access to the Pool.
Besides Calabash Spa and Saloon, Speke apartment it’s where you can be with your family and friends and enjoy all the different kinds of food within this festival season and after.
The heaven of peace & tranquility set against the ambiance of natural beauty, for those who wish to relax, restore and rejuvenate, body mind and spirit.
At Calabash Spa, the do different types of massages and these include the Swedish Massage, Neck Back & Shoulder Massage and many more.
The Calabash Spa, they offer a wide rage of beauty treatments that include Manicure, Pedicure, Mani Pedi Duo, Polish and Waxing.
Calabash Spa, they give out offer to women, men and kids salon services which include, conditioner treatments, leave in treatments.
The Calabash Spa & Salon is a place that offers a uniquely customized level of service in a way that our treatments are a perfect way to relax and smoothen your life.
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