East Day Spa

by Glenn Reynolds

Luxurious Eastern Treatments available now in Collins St, Melbourne.

Melbourne welcomes luxury spa provider East Day Spa to the romantic, heritage InterContinental Hotel, the Rialto in Collins St. With other bases in Auckland, Wellington and Bali, East is well placed for giving a regional focus to their spas.

Offering a blend of Eastern holistic treatments and the latest in Western spa therapies, East promises to treat the ‘whole’ person, dissolving stress, enducing calm for the soul and relaxation for the body. Practitioners at East are said to be using ‘centuries old healing practices’. Treatments on offer come from across Asia including massages with the wonderfully enticing names of Shanti, Balinese, Veda, Chakra, or Kady Vasty. A full range of facials are available, including signature treatments such as a Balinese Natural or East Aotearoa to enhance your experience with a particularly Kiwi twist.

East offers a small list of treatments specifically for men, including one facial, a massage and facial combination and treatments for the hands and feet. However, ask for something on their other menus, and I’m sure, like all great spas, they’ll accommodate your request.

Have you tried East Day Spa? What did you think?

East Day Spa – Melbourne
Address: InterContinental Hotel, The Rialto
1/495 Collins Street, Melbourne.
Tel:  03 9620 5992
Web: www.eastdayspa.com

Wallet Rating: $$$$

Opening Hours
Monday – Friday 11:00am – 9:00pm
Saturday 10:00am – 7:00pm
Sunday 10:00am – 5:00pm

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Shane July 24, 2010 at 2:52 pm

Hi Glenn,

I didn't the Rialto offered this kind of treatment…

My wife and I where going to stay there last month when we where down on a business trip but decided to stay else where because it was closer to the venue…

If I had of known about the Eastern Treatments I think I would have stayed.

Thanks for sharing

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Glenn July 24, 2010 at 11:40 pm

Hi Shane,

Yes, it's great to see new day spas arriving all over town. I'd like to see how their East and West fusion works, and to see if their spa is more than just a 5-star hotel add-on. Maybe next time on your visit you could try them…

Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.
Glenn

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Melbourne Restaurant July 31, 2010 at 12:12 pm

hello Glenn and Shane,

I agree it's great to see more hotels adding new day spas to their business, they will gain more new clients with adding features like this…

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East Day Spa August 11, 2010 at 12:11 pm

Glad to hear you're pleased with our treatment offering. We offer these services not only in Melbourne, but in Bali, Auckland, and Wellington.

If you're interested in East Day Spa, check out our post 'Birth of a spa' on our new blog. It tells all about how we got started.

http://blog.eastdayspa.com/2010/08/08/birth-of-a-spa/

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Sylvia October 25, 2014 at 5:31 pm

My niece gave me a birthday treat today. I had a wonderful soothing Balinese massage from Aem followed by a lovely manicure & pedicure. Staff pleasant, music serene and the wonderful aromas of jasmine, orange & sandalwood, together with refreshing green tea. Yes it is a bit pricey but for a special occasion, worth it. I am trying the facial treatment next time.

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Sofie November 20, 2015 at 3:51 pm

East Day Spa closed down in Melbourne in December 2014 therefore this spa is no longer there. However I recently visited the location and there is an amazing new spa there called Botanica Day Spa. The interior is incredible and the quality of treatments is amazing. Don’t get confused as they took over the location address and phone number however it has nothing to do with East Day Spa.

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