| by admin | No comments

When you are feeling hot and steamy, visit one of the top spa’s in Bengaluru, says a top executive

A month ago, when I visited Bengaluru as a visiting senior executive for the first time in three years, I had no idea that I would be making a pilgrimage to the spa at the heart of my city.

It was an unexpected turn of events, but one that I am not surprised by.

I’ve always felt that it’s an essential part of a spa experience, to be taken home with you, to enjoy some refreshments, and to recharge on a relaxing spa chair in the sun.

I’m still coming to terms with it, and the fact that I feel that I’m in love with Bengaluru’s spa, where I spent my youth, feels like a gift that I should be grateful for.

In a way, I’m even happier to be here.

When I first arrived in Bengal, the spa was a small one.

It used to be open only once a week, and was only open for a week-end.

But after the new owners started opening the spa, I started noticing a change in the atmosphere.

They were opening more often.

And, as the season progressed, it became clear that this would become an annual tradition.

I started to notice the different types of people, who would regularly go to the Spa, and even the guests.

This has not changed much in the past few years.

I feel as if I’ve been welcomed with open arms, not just by the guests, but also by the staff and by the owners.

The spa is a place where people from all walks of life, from senior citizens to senior women, go to get their physical and mental health checked.

It’s a place that is open to everyone, not a closed-door place.

It has always been a spa where I’ve felt as if we were all one big family.

But now, as a visitor, I feel like I have more in common with the staff.

The vibe in the Spa is different every day.

It feels like the spa is full of people.

People come in, they stay for a few hours, they leave, and they come back.

They come and they go, they get their massage, and when they leave the spa they leave with some more personalised touches.

And that’s the vibe that I’ve come to love.

I like the idea of a ‘family’ spa.

I don’t think of it as a spa, a family environment.

The idea of having my children in a family-friendly environment is something I really like.

I want to be a part of that, too.

A family spa?

No.

A spa?

Yes.

It is family.

I think that is the way to go.