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La Femme European Spa moves in Hoboken, NJ

Another “retail drag” fatality here in Hoboken. La Femme European Day Spa decided to move away from the “lucrative” downtown Washington Street location they had, and over to the WAY west side spot in the Monroe Center for the Arts at 720 Monroe Street. Not even a street location, but rather Suite E-407 on the 4th Floor.

Obviously, some thought went into this decision – and I can surmise that the “walk in traffic” this spa had probably wasn’t worth the “Washington Street Rents” they were forced to pay to afford such a luxury. Plus, who randomly is walking down the street and says “Oh, maybe I’ll stop what I’m doing for a 90-minute spa treatment?” Probably no one, as most of this type of clientele schedules their “treatments” in advance. It’ll probably do them some good to find better rents!

Good Luck, La Femme!

La Femme Hoboken NJ European Day Spa moves to Monroe Center - La Femme

Description: European Spa specializing in European style facials, waxing, manicures, pedicures and body treatments for women and men. Also offered – nails and skin care, body massages and electrolysis, Brazilian Wax
Address: 115 Washington St 720 Monroe Street, Suite E-407, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Telephone: (201) 659-8661

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Tuesday, July 1, 2008 10:19 pm

I have to agree with everything you posted. My dear daughter spent bucks getting me gifts of manny, peddy, and body massage and when I arrived for the pedicure the shock at putting my feet in sinks with half eaten food around and dirty towels skeeved me out to the max. When I came for my prearranged massage, the therapist never showed and that was the end of our relationship with these women. Demanded my daughters money back and wrote about it on Kanneckt but never got posted.

Wheres the board of health inspector when you need him? 🙄

Tuesday, July 1, 2008 6:12 pm

This was the first time I have ever tried this place. I felt so uncomfortable and the place felt to unprofessional that I walked out during my pedicure. First off the pedicure baths are kitchen sinks. If I wanted to stick my feet in a kitchen sink I would use my own. Then the tools she started to use I did not see cleaned they were just laying out on the table. They said they do sanitize, but every other nail salon I’ve been to they clean the tools in front of you or take out new ones right from the packaging. Who knows how many times these have been used they were the only ones there. I don’t go for pedicures often but when I do I want to feel pampered. I think I could have done a better job if I did it myself. 😕

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