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Franklin Spa

 
City: Johannesburg
Accommodation Type: Health Resort & Spa
 



 
Spas are the source of finding a sense of well-being. Franklin spa is a sanctuary where one can escape and a place to unwind, located in Johannesburg.Allow yourself to renew your body, mind and soul. Balance is essential in life. Reducing tension and stress enhances the quality of everyones lives. It's not only a luxury, but a necessity. Franklin House is a 1906 historical dwelling and was originally built by Mr Franklin. The magnificent facility resembles the eclectic style and ambiance of the old. Original décor from the early 20th century and all tin kitchen utensils are unique experiences.

The day spa is beautifully appointed for the discerning individual wishing to be treated in a tranquil, revitalizing environment. Franklin offers spa days to companies for both men and women which includes breakfast, lunch and refreshments, to experience the tranquility and to revive and de-stress with packages designed according to suit your needs. To ensure personal attention the spa caters for groups of 8 or less.

Private comfort and luxury treatments for individuals or couples are also offered, here you will encounter expert therapists who will treat you like royalty. Body care and massages will ensure an experience of pure relaxation from the moment you arrive. One of the exclusive treatments on offer is original Thai massages expertly done by Thai girls to manipulate vertebrae and relief muscle pain. A selection of massage treatments such as indian head, facial, aroma therapy, reflexoloy, mud masks using dead sea mud, hand and feet. To detox and relax the spa has a infra-red sauna assisting with blood circulation, varicose veins and slimming.

The conference facility seats up to 30 delegates for business presentations, functions or recognition. Boardroom facility for up to 12 delegates is available. While your meeting or conference is in progress the spa gives gently head and shoulders massages, an indulging luxury all patrons will enjoy thoroughly. Franklin creates personalised events for any function like birthdays, engagements and anniversaries.

Franklin’s Stoep Talk & Taste offers delicious deli breakfasts and lunches along with complimentary refreshments through-out the day. Meals are prepared each day using fresh organic produce.
 
 

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    100 Tramway Street, Turfontein
    2190
     
     
    28.04137, -26.24597
     
     
     
     
     
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