Comfort Hotel Aquamarina Arcachon
82 Boulevard de la Plage
Phone: (33) 5 56836770
Fax: (33) 5 57520826
Beauty & Spas
You won't find a more reputable hairstylist in Bordeaux. Located in the most stylish district, near the Eglise de Caudéran, this bright and spacious salon attracts a rather exclusive clientèle. All stylists are fully qualified and have the expertise to create any style you want to perfection. In terms of quality, it is without doubt at the top of the list, and the salon also provides discriminating advice on hair care as well as the products to go with it. Students receive a 20 percent discount and it is strongly recommended to book in advance to avoid disappointment.
Beauté 33 is extensive both in terms of the size of the premises and the range of treatments and products available. Guaranteed to have the treat that's right for you, they offer hair removal, manicures, cleansing facials and scrubs, make-up including eyebrow and lash tint, as well as body treatments such as drainage, toning and tanning. In short, everything you need to pamper your body, leaving you feeling and looking great. Located right in the center of Bordeaux, the salon is easily accessible by public transport and it stays open all day long for added convenience.
Located on the most stylish street in Bordeaux, the Villa Clémenceau beauty institute is noteworthy for its warm welcome and for the range of esthetic treatments on offer. Choose from manicures and nail care, foot spas, wax and laser hair removal, body and face drainage, exfoliation by micro-crystal jet, permanent make-up including eyebrow and lip tints, slimming and contouring treatments, UVA tanning, and a wide selection of all-over body treatments.
A hammam (also called ‘Turkish bath’) is a type of steam bath. It is a place to relax, sweat and come out with perfectly soft skin. Special schedules are set up for women and for men; there is no mixed access to the hammam. It is a small place yet very appreciated, especially in the winter time when it is cold outside. The traditional black soap (which softens the skin) is included in the admission price; you just have to bring a towel and, if you prefer, a swimsuit. The hammam is part of the Paul Bert Association and offers a café and other social structures outside the hammam. The Tuesday through Saturday hours are for women, while Mondays are reserved for men.