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  • How and when should I make an appointment?
    Please have a couple of suitable dates and times in mind as all bookings are subject to availability, we recommend booking in advance for weekend dates. To avoid a delay, please book with your chosen spa directly. View contact details here
  • What if I arrive late for my treatment?
    Late arrival will result in a reduction of treatment time whilst the full treatment fee will apply. Your treatment will end on time, in order for the next guest to not be delayed. Please familiarize yourself with the location in order to leave ample time to get to the spa.
  • Is there a Cancellation Policy?
    Yes, 24 hours advance notice is required for cancellations and rescheduling, if this is not adhered to, 50% of the treatment fee will be charged. Late arrival will result in a reduction of treatment time whilst the full treatment fee will apply.
  • What should I expect?
    What should I bring? You will be provided with a robe and slippers; please bring a swimming costume/shorts should you want to use a spa facility. Towels are provided for use. What time should I arrive? Please ensure you arrive in the spa at least 15 minutes prior to your treatment time. What should I wear during my treatment? Spa therapists are trained to respect client’s modesty at all times. For full body massages, wraps and scrubs, you will be required to undress (to underwear - disposable underwear is provided). You will then lie down on the treatment bed and cover yourself with a large towel (your therapist will leave the room at this stage). Once in position, your therapist will move the towel to expose an area of your body to be treated while ensuring modesty. Treated areas will be covered before your therapist begins work elsewhere on your body.
  • Spa Etiquette
    In order to help us make your spa experience a memorable one, please follow the guidelines below: - We welcome you to discuss your concerns or questions with your therapist before and during your treatment. - Guests are required to cover up using a robe between treatments and when occupying a spa’s public areas and must wear a swimming costume/shorts while enjoying the spa facilities. - Please review the signs in the change rooms. - No wet swimming costumes in relaxation areas. - No smoking on the premises. - No glassware to be taken into the changing rooms or spa facilities. Please avoid the use of spa facilities such as a sauna or steam room/Rasul, should you be pregnant or suffer from any of the following conditions: 1) Heart Disease 2) Skin Disorders 3) Epilepsy 4) Open cuts and wounds 5) Low or High Blood pressure 6) Are under the influence of drugs or alcohol Guidelines: Please shower before and after enjoying these facilities. Remove any metal in the form of watches and jewellery to prevent scalding. Relax afterwards and drink plenty of water. Please use a towel to rest on. Children are not allowed to use the facility unless accompanied by an adult.
  • What do I do with my jewellery and valuables?
    Lockers and or a safe are available within most of our spas. We recommend however that you leave any valuables at home or in your hotel room safe, as we cannot be held responsible for any loss incurred.
  • Contraindications
    A consultation form MUST be completed prior to your treatment. Please alert your therapist for the following contraindications: - High blood pressure or heart conditions - Recent surgery, muscle or joint injuries - Allergy to iodine, or product allergies - Epilepsy or Diabetes - Pregnancy
  • Gift Cards & eVouchers
    How do I purchase a gift voucher? You can purchase an eVoucher from our website or buy a gift card or eVoucher from any Camelot Spa or CSpa Wellness branch nationwide. Click here to purchase online. What's the difference between an eVoucher and a gift card? eVouchers are sent via email Monday - Friday during office hours. Alternatively, you may purchase a gift card from any of our spas nationwide. When does a voucher expire? In accordance with section 63 of the Consumer Protection Act, our vouchers expire after a period of 3 years after the date on which they are issued. Promotional or complimentary vouchers are valid for 6 months from date of issue. Please note that we cannot extend a voucher if it has already expired. ​ Note: Please be advised that according to Section 63(1)(b) of the Consumer Protection Act (CPA) we are only required to provide services to any person who presents a gift voucher up to the value represented by it. If you have purchased a treatment voucher and the cost of the treatment reflected on your voucher has increased, the holder will be required to pay the remaining balance. For any queries regarding the balance or validity of your voucher, please contact or 011 880 3850 stating your full voucher number. Can I exchange my voucher for cash? Vouchers cannot be exchanged for cash and no cash balance can be given as change. Third Party Vouchers Package options for third party vouchers cannot be changed. Please note that we cannot accept a booking with an expired voucher. You would need to contact the relevant third party company to see if they could extend your voucher.
  • Is the use of spa facilities complimentary?
    Available spa facilities vary according to the spa you visit, please enquire upon booking. Use of selected facilities are complimentary when booking a treatment. Rasul treatments, Himalayan Sauna, hydrobaths and floatation therapy are payable facilities.
  • Can children visit Camelot Spa?
    Yes, we offer a Camelot Kids treatment menu for children under 12 years old. Spa guests aged 16 years and under must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Client Feedback
    We aim to exceed your expectations. Please let us how we can enhance your spa experience. If, for any reason you are dissatisfied, please see the spa manager or share your feedback with our head office
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