Stuck for a Valentine’s Day gift? MM give away couple’s massage at Bali Health Lounge spa – just email to win!

By Mancunian Matters staff

For those stumped for something to surprise their partner with this Valentine’s Day, MM have teamed up with Bali Health Lounge to give away a fabulous couple’s massage – just email us here.

Why not take your partner to the celebs’ favourite spa where you can try the unique ‘love potion’ and enjoy a special Valentine’s Day experience together?

The George Street spa is  celebrating the most romantic month of the year with red-hot pamper packages, perfect to perk up singletons or passionate partners for the whole month.

And we have a couple’s massage to give away to one lucky Mancunian Matters reader, all you have to do to enter is email us.

Our lucky winner will enjoy the couples’ massage room for a full body massage using the Bali Health Lounge exclusive love potion – the Elixir – an exotic and erotic blend of Myrrh, hazelnut, almond & essential oil of Osmanthus.

And if you’re still stuck on what to get for this special day, they have also created special Valentine Day packages ideal for couples.

Choose the ’So Romantic’ which includes a full body massage and express facial or enjoy ‘Be My Valentine’ with an energising massage and nail care. Both packages are from £73 and include champagne and a session in the spa’s unique rejuvenation booth.

The ‘Valentine Day Pamper’ is just £38 and is designed to prepare you for the most romantic day of the year with a Shellac file and polish and party lashes.

There’s also the Bali Health Lounge beauty boutique for the perfect present and gift vouchers available.

Open seven days a week from 10am to 6pm with late night opening until 8pm on Thursdays and Fridays, to book call 0161 850 2288 or email [email protected]. To find out more, log onto

If you think your partner would be eternally grateful then enter our giveaway by just emailing us here. The giveaway closes on February 14, so don’t delay…

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