I never thought there could be such thing as a bad massage until I went to Buckhead Massage Co. My massage room was right at the front door. Literally. Every time a customer opened the front door it sounded exactly like someone walking into the room where I was laying naked. Not relaxing. Then it was impossible not to hear every single word they said as they spoke with the front desk...I mean, I was literally 6 feet way with just particle board separating us. The "music". Loud. Perhaps they thought they could drown out the sounds of the front door and reception desk activities? It only made the overall noise level and distractions that much worse. And the music was not your typical "spa" type music. Ok, that could be just a matter of preference. However, the mutually agreed upon goal is relaxation. Right? As I tried not to hear the constant front desk conversations and front door opening (some people knocked, others barged in, I experienced all the various options) I focused on the loud music. At one point there was one 5-7 minute (felt like 20) synthesized version of what I can only describe as the undulating cheers of the crowd at soccer game. It was almost laughable. Then it suddenly got worse. They added in the sound of police sirens (I am not kidding) into the background. What playlist was this exactly? It finally started fading out, sirens being the last to peter away and then BAM! the next track was a loud piano piece that made me jump at, not only the sheer volume, but how it came out of nowhere. Now, I don't want to complain about my nice enough....um, "massage person" (she was not trained so I cannot call her masseuse) but her hands were not just untrained, but cold (again with missing the mark on "relaxing") and rough. Buckhead Massage Company, how do you justify this completely unacceptable experience? And you are not inexpensive!!! Do not go here people! I have had good and so-so massages but never, ever have I walked out of a massage thinking it was a waste of time and money.