Queen Spa in Shenzhen

channer   |   September 1, 2021

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Guest Blogger Julie is the creator of the must-visit website, The Rubdown, which gives you the lowdown on the best places to treat yourself in Hong Kong and Shenzhen. Featuring budget spas and massage parlours, we’re huge fans of the kind-on-your-wallet recommendations!
Queen Spa in Shenzhen must be experienced to be believed. America may have invented Wal-Mart, but it took China to super-size the spa! A spa that’s open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, takes up a city block — and sprawls over 480,000 square feet. You could spend days here, and people do (they have designated sleeping areas, and wake-up calls). With few windows, the place has a casino-like atmosphere, where you can easily lose track of what hour or day, it is.
Here’s how it works: You take the MTR to Lo Wu, cross the border, and enter Lo Wu shopping center. Queen Spa has a shopfront there, where staff will direct you to a free shuttle bus that takes you to the spa in about 5 minutes. When entering, you check your belongings with the concierge and proceed to the reception, where you are given a bracelet that has an electronic chip and an account number printed on it. The entrance fee is 98 renminbi for 24 hours (but this will be waived if you spend 168 renminbi on massage or other services, and believe me, you will).
In the changing room, you’ll be given pajamas and a robe. Stash your clothes and valuables in a locker, lock it with your bracelet, and you are off to explore 7 floors of entertainment, dining, spa services and more. Everything is charged to your bracelet account, and you settle your bill when you leave. The facilities seemed fairly clean, though the showers could have been cleaner.