Best of LA, May 2010
is the Disneyland of Korean day spas. The immaculate 48,000-square-foot facility, which opened in November, has the requisite features (bathing halls, fitness center, restaurant), plus extras like a game room with Wii and PS3 consoles. Guests open lockers and charge meals with waterproof microchip-embedded bracelets. The body buff is a deal at $30 for 35 minutes; low partitions between each massage table afford a measure of privacy lacking at other establishments. Afterward stretch out in one of the saunas inlaid with toxin-purging minerals (salt, jade, clay, ice), then sprawl on the heated onyx stone floor, where families kick back (children 12 and older are typically welcome at Korean spas, but this one is the most kid friendly). If you fall asleep, don’t worry—the place is open 24 hours.