Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Portland: Zama Massage Therapeutic Spa




August 7, 2014

Visit Portland: Zama Massage Therapeutic Spa

On our last day of our 3 day trip to Portland, my friend and I began to run out of things we wanted to do, as we are not really outdoorsy kind of people.  I suggested we get massages so I did a quick Yelp search and found the Dragontree spa.  They didn't have any openings on such short notice so they recommended Zama.

I quickly called Zama and luckily they booked us for a wax and 2 Swedish massages.  Yay!  

Zama Massage is located in a two story house with parking in the back.  Our car was the only one in the parking lot and my friend got a little skeptical.  But her worries quickly disappeared with the comings and goings of the numerous relaxed and satisfied customers on a Sunday afternoon. 

The waiting room was comfortable as we enjoyed complimentary tea and water and used their wifi.  The only disappointment came when my friend went in for her wax appointment; the esthetician discovered she didn't have enough wax.  She offered my friend a glass of champagne instead, which she shared with me.  Cheers!

Our massages were fantastic.  Mine was in the Ruby Room which was dimly lit and visually soothing.  My experience was great and I highly recommend getting a massage on the last day of all your trips.   

Check out their website for daily specials: http://www.zamamassage.com/

Zama Massage Therapeutic Spa
2149 NE Broadway St
Portland, OR 97232

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