In a city where there are as many day spas as there are coffee houses, some people might be inclined to say, “a spa is a spa is a spa.” For a really breathtaking haven, the best direction that a person can receive is a compass pointing towards Melrose Avenue and Gardner, to Voda Spa on the corner. Absolutely nothing like any other spa, this multicultural oasis combines the traditions of European spas with sleek, modern luxury. Although centrally located in West Hollywood, the main spa area is quiet and relaxing — filled with light, a large swimming pool, Jacuzzi and cold plunge pool. Perfectly placed exposed bow truss ceilings from the 1930s complement the splashes of orange and aqua, providing visitors with a retreat unlike any other. For those seeking more than the usual cucumberlemon water concoction the V Room is a great option, offering a full menu of breakfast, lunch and dinner options all created by local chef Adel Chagar. For private parties, the V Room comes complete with a full bar, six flat-panel plasma televisions and soundproof walls. Sure, Los Angeles is saturated with health spas, but Voda Spa truly is the ultimate relaxation experience.
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