Cancellation / No Show Policy


Your appointments are very important to “SPA De PARIS” and reserved especially for you. We understand that, at times, schedule adjustments are necessary; therefore, we respectfully request at least a 24 hour notice for cancellations.

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Please understand that when you forget to or cancel your appointment without giving enough notice, we miss the opportunity to fill that appointment time. Guests on our waiting list will then miss the opportunity to receive services. Our appointments are confirmed by Email through “Schedulicity” 24 hours in advance because we know how easy it is to forget an appointment you previously booked. Since the services are reserved for you personally, a Cancellation fee will apply. We will be asking for a payment on your next visit.

Less than 24 hour notice will result in a charge equal to 50% of the reserved service amount.

“NO SHOWS-NO CALL” will be charged 100% of the reserved service amount If you need to cancel an appointments made within the 24 hour period, the client must cancel within 8 hours of their appointment time or a payment on your next visit equal to 50% of the reserved service amount will be required.

Multiple services not cancelled 24 hours in advance will be charged 100% of the reserved service amount. 50% of your multiple services may be charged to your credit card to reserve the appointment time.

Regarding Gift Card or Discount Packages 3 X for $150 or $240 Cancelation less than an 12 hour notice will result in the forfeit of one of the services or the Gift Card.

The cancellation policy allows us the time to inform our standby guests of any availability, as well as keeping our schedule filled, thus better serving all our clients.

“SPA De PARIS” policies are necessary to provide the best quality and tradition of excellent servicing our established and future clientele.
“Merci beaucoup” for viewing and supporting our policies!

“Unfaithfulness in the keeping of an appointment is an act of clear dishonesty. You may as well borrow a person’s money as his time.”

– Quote by Horace Mann