Comfort Hotel Andre Latin
50-52 Rue Gay Lussac
Phone: (33) 1 43547660
Fax: (33) 1 40517710
Beauty & Spas
Rufa fish Spa, located in the 5th arrondissement of Paris near the Luxembourg garden, is the first beauty center in France to propose, in addition to traditional body cares, a fish pedicure. This phenomenon was born in Turkey several years ago, and quickly crossed the borders. It works simply and naturally: small fish, "Garra rufa," take care of your feet, eating dead skin and stimulating blood circulation, just like a real reflexology session, the sensation is gentle and relaxing and the result is so spectacular that the salon will soon propose a fish therapy dedicated to the whole body. They also offer relaxing sessions for your hands, feet, body and face. That is what well-being all about.
Relax in these picturesque Turkish baths with rose colored marble pillars and mosaics. After a shower, lather yourself with the traditional black soap and let it dry for about 20 minutes to naturally exfoliate the skin. Sweat it out on the heated stones and chill out in the hot tub. An invigorating rubdown removes dead skin. Finally, after a relaxing massage and the essential mint tea, one leaves clean, perfumed and entirely refreshed. Situated on the site of the Paris Mosque, there is also a restaurant, tearoom and a bazaar.
Located on rue Saint-André des Arts, Christophe - Nicolas Biot is primarily a hair salon. Although it offers services like manicures, nail treatments and make up, its specialty is hair styling and coloring given Christophe- Nicolas's expertise in the area. He has earned through his hard work the privilege of representing international brands such as Wella, Victoires de la Beauté and Claude Maxime. Needless to say, services here are absolutely topnotch, albeit a little expensive and worth it.
Le Salon Bonaparte is a hair salon located on rue Bonaparte, in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. Locally famous for regular hair treatments is open all days a week from 8am to 9pm to fit convenience of its consumers. Decorated with black and white interiors that lend a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere to it,Le Salon Bonaparte is a cheery, glamorous place that makes you look and feel great.
Rejuvenate yourself at Sunso Rivoli Sun & Beauty Lounge and allow your skin to get tanned and pampered from some highly trained skin care experts. With multiple locations in France, Sunso is your one stop for tanning and beauty treatments. The centers are high-tech and comfortable which makes it ideal for all. Personalized and customized attention is their unique selling point. Check it out when in France.
Far from all the clichés about tattoo-piercing shops – dark cellars with low hygiene – Abraxas, located in the Beaubourg district, is the reference among Parisian salons. The shop, in a building with Parisian stone walls, with luxury decoration, appears like a jewelers shop. The tattoo rooms look like a Swiss clinic: hygiene is an Abraxas priority. It is a magical place where all these tattooists, real artists, can show all their skills and talent. The clients there range from the youngest to the oldest. There are three tattoo shops in Paris.
Taking its name from the French slang word that means "squeaky clean", this premier institute offers everything needed to keep a man in tip top condition. So, whether you have a special occasion coming up or you're just fastidious, drop in. From body waxing to shiatsu massage to a range of facial products, all can be acquired here.
Espace Vit'Halles Fitness Club, also spelled Vit-Halles is one of the popular gyms in Paris and finest too. With five locations across the city, it provides services to both, a younger and older crowd. Located in the heart of Les Halles and close to Chatelet, the club provides personal training, weight training, yoga classes, sauna etc. Visit the website for more.
It is a given that spas are the ultimate destinations for relaxation, but Spa Nuxe allures you with its vaulted stone dimensions, wooden cabins and tent expeditions. Soothing massages, skin treatments using plant-based products are rejuvenating. While the facial treatments are as good as a body massage but totally refreshing. If you want to treat yourself a luxurious spa treatment, then Spa Nuxe is definitely a great choice.
The popularity of Aux Bains Montorgueil is largely due to word-of-mouth publicity generated and as a result of the numerous journalists who have written about the hammam. It may be hard to locate on Rue Montorgueil; however, once at their doorstep, one is transported into a world reminiscent of a middle eastern riad, where the calligraphic love poem in Arabic and the gold encrusted mosaic embraces you in opulence. The spa has steam baths, exfoliation treatments, two massage salons and a cold water pool with helpful staff catering to every desire. One is even served fruit and mint tea and if it's a couples package, expect Champagne and tea cakes. Clearly, it's not easy to get in, so make sure you have confirmed reservations.
The Paris location of the After the Rain Switzerland, which is located close to the Tuileries Gardens, is a quiet, luxurious retreat for all those who seek out some relaxation. Soak in some steam in the hammam, or book in for a specialty massage. Patrons can also enjoy a dip in the pool, or indulge in a range of facials and top-of-the-range beauty treatments.
Australian bred David Mallet has carved a name for himself in the Parisian hairstyling scene. At his eponymous salon, situated in Paris' 2nd Arrondissement, you can get a haircut, hair color or highlights. Moreover, they also offer head massages, manicures and pedicures. Mallet's list of clientele include Liv Tyler, Sharon Stone, Natalie Portman, Kate Winslet and many other celebrities. Who wouldn't want him to work his magic on their locks? David Mallett is popular among the ladies, so it is advisable to schedule an appointment before your visit.