I tried Melo three years ago and it is always the best I've had these years. It may be a litte bit experience than others in Kowloon, but definitely worth your money. I love the ambience, cozy and comfortable, you can easily relax yourself here. All the amenities are good, and they also serve free fruits. I did a Swedish massage from Coco, a professional therapist, she was so considerate, asking what do I prefer in advance, and the massage was brilliant, hoping to return soon!
What a bonus to a wonderful stay at this hotel. I booked a Vitality package with a pedicure as well, and EVERYthing was beautiful - the room, the service, the massage, the products... If you're travelling for a few days and doing alot of sightseeing - this is an ideal way to restore and revitalise during your stay.
Hyatt Spa experience.
Pros - great robes, very very clean, english speaking therapists, good location
Cons - very clinical decore, no oil menu selection, no incense, no music selection, very bright rooms, therapists technique was average, a tad soul-less
The big problem facing this particular spa is that it is good but not excellent in a city that has thousands of spa services from the cheap and cheerful 'Happy Feet' to the extraordinary at the Four Seasons or the famous Angsana - one located at the Icon.
A couple of things the Hyatt could do to step up from good to excellent is provide greater customization options for their clients - the oils, incense, and music menu selections is an easy addition they currently don't have.
They could also look at employing or training therapists with greater strength and technique - this is something that Angsana excel at.
And a room that is darker, more intimate and relaxing would help a lot. Currently it resembles a high end dentist surgery.
If your in the New Territories then you could do much worse than the Melo Spa - but I'd recommend you travel down to TST to the Icon or cross the Harbour to the Four Season if your intent on spending serious spa money. Otherwise stick with Happy Feet.
Availed of the 60 minute foot message during a recent stay at the Hyatt Regency in Sha Tin. Overall, the masseuse was quite good, offering a deep foot massage, spending some time on the lower calf as well.
Massage area was clean, relaxing - basically what you expect at a five star hotel or higher end spa/resort location. No surprises in this regard.
The 60 minute massage (HK$600) and was relatively on par in terms of price and experience with similar five star hotel massage and spa experiences in Hong Kong.
Overall, generally pleased with the massage. Have had better in US Hotels but this was pretty good, worth considering if you need or want treatment while staying at the Hyatt in Sha Tin or if you are in the nearby Sha Tin area.