March edited 4: I've always wanted to try one of these. They offer only two services: I feel that although they might provide a decent massage and price they are probably using illegal persons or are treating the workers illegally in some manner. There are two chinese massage places near my house- one on 9th st between th above a nail place and one on 7th st right near 5th ave in another upstairs location. Like you, they moved them around so much it was useless, so next time I took them all the way off.
The walls are thin enough there are separate rooms, but the dividers don't go all the way to the ceilingsso you can hear your neighbors.
Chinese massage places on 7th st and 9th st?
I'm wondering if they only tell the guys to keep them on. I'm quite certain that if there were sketchy things going on, I'd be able to hear them. Staff at fancy Manhattan spas - and any other reputable and legal establishment - are also hired based on having a license and insurance, which is something that most of the practitioners at these establishments lack. So Flexi is so right. Exactly, and I have traveled throughout Asia and have experience with the massage "types" in different cities and locations.