Inspire Day Spa
3801 N Capital Of Texas Hwy, Austin, TX 78746
Parking: Lot, Free
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
By Appointment Only: No
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06/03/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Been going to Inspire for a couple of years now. Danny, Eva, Mindi, Vicki and the rest of the crew are great people who enjoy being with their customers. Their courtesy, quality and cleanliness turned my husband into a pedicure junkie and they even helped us throw a ""Man"" icure party for my neighbors - earning them several more new converts! This is a great place for women, kids and men alike.
02/01/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Comfortable and friendly atmosphere with five star quality service. Enjoy beautiful views while getting a pedicure in your massage chair or pick from an array of other quality services. Tiffany the owner is always personable and welcoming. Go by yourself or with others, just GO! We've gone in with four or five girls and they are always accomdating (make an appointment first) and the girls will go above and beyond to ensure that your experience is relaxing and their service is pleasing to YOU! They are VERY clean!
10/27/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Just moved from CA to TX. Had some trouble finding the right nail place. I have now found it: Inspire Day Spa in Davenport Ranch. They are on the same level as Maudie Milagros. Tiffany, the hostess, speaks English fluently - the other girls enough to make pleasant conversation. When in doubt, Tiffany can tell the girls exactly what it is YOU want. (Have you also been to those places where they always say ""yes, yes"", but then do exactly what they want?) Also, the place is very clean and tranquil and doesn't have these factory line look with all the pedicure chairs in a row. I was also told this is the only place in Austin where they do NOT recirculate the water in the pedicure basins. (Yuk!) They do a great pink and white (ask for Soft White, which is not so fluorescent, if you love a ""French"" manicure as much as I). Of course, the pedicures are to die for, with all the massaging, etc. I pay $74 for a European Spa pedicure (2 extra long massages and French) and a pink and white. They have a shorter pedicure, also, without all the extras, which apparently is also divine, but $10 less.