Comfort Inn Times Square West
343 W. 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
Phone: (212) 767-0223
Fax: (212) 767-0224
Salons de beauté et Spas
West Vibe is a trendy Hell's Kitchen salon where you will find stylists who truly understand your hair and all its needs. The stylists will help you determine the style that suits you best, and then bring it to life. Whether you want a full-fledged haircut, simple bang-trim or an up-do, this salon will leave you satisfied. Makeup application is also offered.
This giant, immaculate gym located off Times Square offers everything anyone could want in a health club: cardiovascular machines, free weights, dozens of classes, a sundeck, tennis, swimming pool, climbing wall, café and spa services. Net Pulse entertainment systems are available at all cardio machines. The clientèle consists mainly of people who work in the neighborhood or live in Manhattan Plaza's towers, but actors also like this club due to its proximity to the Theater District. The club also provides plenty of programs for children and families. Check website for details.
Since its launch in 2001, Sonic Yoga has steadily risen in popularity to become a staple of the health-conscious and yoga enthusiasts not just in Hell's Kitchen, but the entire city. At the heart of the studio's popularity are the carefully designed programs that suit any skill level, from absolute beginners to seasoned practitioners of the ancient art. The studio's programs are built around the Vinyasa style of yoga. If you're interested in becoming a teacher yourself, there are a host of teacher training and certification courses to take your knowledge of yoga to the next level. The dedicated and friendly staff has made Sonic one of the best yoga studios in the city.
Looking for a great haircut at a reasonable price in the heart of the Garment District? If yes, then Spiotta Salon, which has been churning out satisfied clients since 1976, is the place for you. In addition to chic haircuts and styles, the salon and barbershop offers patrons manicures and pedicures, hot shaves and men's facials. As if all this weren't enticing enough, your visit also guarantees you a complimentary shoe-shine and espresso! Make an appointment or simply walk in for a great new style.
Rooted in the Vinyasa tradition of yoga, the OM Factory offers a plethora of classes for different levels of experience. Various types of classes can be found here, including acroyoga, arial, Forrest, Restorative, Ashtanga and Vinyasa yoga. The studio is bright and spacious with engaging and friendly instructors.
New York Sports Clubs offer plenty of classes, state-of-the-art equipment and immaculately clean facilities. Many of the locations have spinning studios, saunas, steam rooms and heavy bags for boxing and kick-boxing. In addition to aerobics, body sculpting, step, yoga, tai chi and African dance, classes also include Urban Rebounding, The Martha Graham Workout and the New York City Ballet Workout. This place is a haven for the fitness-conscious. One step inside and you'll soon see why its one of the trendiest places to work out at in the city. New York Sports operates gyms all over the city. Check their website for locations and class schedules.
The Buttercup Skincare was started by two friends who shared the craze of being pampered in spas. They loved it so much that they decided to become professional estheticians so they could start their own spa. The Buttercup Skincare offers a range of skincare services like the All Natural Buttercup Classic facial and the Glycolic Peel facial. Check their website for more information.
The Princeton Club of New York is a members' club which gives patrons access to many excellent facilities. They have business facilities and even a restaurant, lounges and a ballroom. Members can even indulge themselves in the comfort of the spa or attend yoga classes. The club has a well equipped gym with personal trainers, and the squash and fitness facilities are commendable. Twelve dining and private rooms are also available for corporate and social functions. Visit website for more information.
Started by a lady called Faina, Faina European Day Spa offers exotic massages and body treatments. She incidentally got her doctorate in medicine from Moscow before deciding to head west. A good place to visit if you want to detoxify as well as let your senses be pampered with different kinds of waxes, scrubs and pedicures. A reflexologist is also available at the spa besides the regular trained staff. A good way to get the most out of your visit is to opt for one of their packages. Several customers swear that they have come out beaming after every visit.
Located just a short while away from attractions like the Rockefeller Center and Saks Fifth Avenue, 5th Avenue Beauty is a complete beauty facility. Spread out over two stories, this unisex salon also offers a range of spa treatments. The many massages you can choose from include the Prenatal, Champagne Splash and Reflexology. You can also be simultaneously treated by two therapists if you choose the Four Hands Luxurious Massage. Facials like the Oxygenation, High Absorption and European cleanse and exfoliate your skin. Body scrubs and tanning are also offered.
Having trained under the world-renowned Jacques Dessange, Fuat Celik, also known as Cedric, has all the ammunition required to turn your hair into something fabulous. You can get haircuts, highlights and various restorative treatments. a.k.a. Cedric Salon also has a 'Blow Dry Club': AKA Silver entitles you to four blowouts at USD160 per month; AKA Gold equals eight blowouts at USD300 a month; AKA Platinum gives you unlimited blowouts at USD500 a month. Reservations are recommended and you can even book online.
Shizuka, a New York City day spa, offers some of the best facials in the city, as well as massages and even mud wraps. The spa has a wide range of massages, including Shiatsu Massage, Swedish Massage, Couples Massage and Hot Stone Massage. The massage also offers medial treatments and skin care treatments. Call ahead for more details or to book your next appointment!