We ask our guests to be considerate of other clients’ time. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your appointment to ensure a full treatment session. Please note that we may not be able to extend treatment sessions which start after the scheduled appointment time.
We accept AmEx, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Gift Certificates, and cash.
No checks of any type will be accepted.
SpaFinder, SpaWeek, Gift Certificates/Cards are accepted for all the services at regular price and cannot be used with any discounts.
Prices are subject to change without notice. In certain instances, our fee schedule may change before our website does. Please confirm prices with our reservationists while booking your appointment.
Gift Certificate Information
To purchase a certificate, please call us or purchase a certificate at our location. Certificates must be presented at the time of redemption. Unfortunately, lost or stolen cards cannot be honored. A store credit will be issued in lieu of a cash refund for gift certificates, services or products purchased. There is $9 order minimum on each gift certificate purchase.
Other Day Spa Information
When you are at the spa, please be respectful of others enjoying their treatments. Services may be denied at the discretion of management. We recommend against bringing valuables to the spa. Fantastic Spa & Nail is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Our prices do not include gratuities. All guests should feel no obligations to offer a gratuity if you were unhappy with your service (please let us know if that is the case). Gratuities generally range from 15%-25% of the price of the service. Feel free to provide larger gratuities for exceptional service.
What If I Have Any Health or Medical Conditions?
Please alert your therapist if you are pregnant, have muscle or joint injuries, are using Retin-A, Accutane, or any photosensitizing or keratolyic medications, or have had recent laser or plastic surgery. Any of the above conditions may affect our ability to perform your requested treatment.
What Should I Be Telling My Therapist?
During your treatment, let your therapist know if you feel any discomfort or would like special attention on a particular area. The best treatments will come from honest communication with your therapist.