21 Beautiful Day Spas To Visit In London
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21 Beautiful Day Spas To Visit In London

Escape the hustle and bustle to one of these inner-city havens for some R&R

Never has a luxury spa day been more appealing. From the best massages and facials to the most innovative new spa treatments to try now, book yourself in for some me-time at one of the best day spas in London. Because we all need a little R&R right now, we’ve rounded up our favourite day spas in the city. 

The Best Day Spas In London 2023

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Underground spa

1. AIRE Ancient Baths London

Where? 2-3 Robert St, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 6BH

What? Deep beneath JM Barrie’s former home in Covent Garden (there’s a first edition of Peter Pan in reception) lies Aire Ancient Baths, a fabulous new watery underworld of thermal baths, just like the Romans used to love. Now it’s for lucky modern Londoners to come to with friends, your lover, your mother or just by yourself to find your inner child and loll about in candle-lit watery chambers of varying temperatures (from a freezing 10-degrees Celsius to one of the steamiest steam rooms I’ve ever been to), as well as a Floatarium where you can rub salt (not into a wound, we hope) but onto your body as self-exfoliation before – perhaps – a dunk in a red wine-filled tub.

The Treatments: The Wine Bath Experience, we think, will go down particularly well in London – we don’t need telling that red wine is full of antioxidants. There’s also a menu of experiences that form part of your aqueous journey should you so choose – from argan oil massages (and hair masks) to Himalayan salt rituals. A fun new edition for people who want to explore our amazing city once more.

BOOK IT: beaire.com

Why Everyone’s Talking About AIRE Ancient Baths

Attendant setting up spa beds

2. The Spa at Four Seasons, Park Lane

Where? Four Seasons Hotel London, Hamilton Place, Park Lane, London, W1J 7DR

What? Forget the archetypal subterranean lair housing most London spas and head instead for the 10th floor. Four Seasons Park Lane’s spa is a sky-high sanctuary, packing sweeping views over London’s rooftops and pulling in rays of natural light that immediately lift spirits and visitors high above the pressures of the city. This spa is compact, yet perfect. There is no vast pool but an enormous jacuzzi, hammam and sauna serving up killer views across the city while sweating out toxins. The relaxation area is dark, sultry and smug, entered through a separate door with bed and sound system duos which would enthuse even the well-seasoned first-class flyer. Aside from the plush changing rooms, slick facilities and progressive treatment lists, what sets this spa apart from the London abundance is the light permitted to spill in – and the sense of space and calm this brings.

The Treatments: Four Seasons 5* standards are reflected in the treatments available. A freshly curated list of results-driven options was rolled out in July 2019, featuring the Linda Meredith Oxygen Facial, an anti-pollution facial with crystals, and a Deep Sleep Lavender Pouch Massage. Mesmerised by the views? Stay for a Margaret Dabbs pedicure and you’ll get the best seat in the house.

BOOK IT: fourseasons.com

Read Our Review Of The Deep Sleep Lavender Pouch Massage Here

The Spa at 45 Park Lane

3. The Spa at 45 Park Lane

Where? 45 Park Lane, London W1K 1PN

What? Unlike many London spas, the newly opened wellness space at Dorchester Collection’s Mayfair hotel, 45 Park Lane, has space on its side. There’s a 20-metre pool, plus a large gym, a hydrotherapy pool, saunas and a personal training room. Designed by Jouin Manku, the spa has been created to bring a sense of the outside in, with a floral mosaic, natural timbers and light-coloured stone.

The Treatments: With a treatment menu provided by Valmont and Aromatherapy Associates, visitors can rest assured that their visit will be met with capable hands. There’s a treatment for every need – spanning facials, massages, body, beauty and grooming – with the main highlight being Valmont’s luxury anti-aging facials and Aromatherapy Associates’ soothing and massages. You can also head across the road to The Dorchester, which currently boasts a  spa partnership with Dr Uliana Gout, founder of Harley Street’s London Aesthetic Medicine (LAM) Clinic. The partnership has created a brand new treatment, LAM Luxe – The Red Carpet, a five-in-one treatment which revitalises skin while closing pores and treating blemishes, without needles, pain or downtime.

BOOK IT: dorchestercollection.com

Mandarin Oriental Spa

4. The Spa at Mandarin Oriental London

Where? Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London

What? Disciples of Mandarin Oriental’s spa would be forgiven for thinking its decadent, brooding walls did not warrant a revamp. But Adam D. Tihany’s contemporary overhaul rolls in a fresh, elegant canvas for the Chinese elements to spill onto and that de rigeur 360-degree health philosophy to perform against. Spread across two basement floors in the hotel, the sound of trickling water blends into soft Chinese music and naturalistic setting. On top of the 13 treatment rooms, a new spacious Oriental Suite with two massage beds and a Rasul water temple blends heat, steam and mud for the ultimate mind and skin reset. A large, ethereally-lit jacuzzi is flanked by a metallic waterfall wall, feminine sculptures and a sauna and steam room. The new, spacious changing rooms are the paragon of foresight – Aromatherapy cleanser to mouthwash for the taking (essentially everything you’d forget on a spa day is provided). And if hairdryers are the barometer for a decent spa (and if you don’t spend too long in the lavish showers, their Dyson wands will whisk you to that 8.30pm dinner on time. For the gym bunnies, classes and PTs are available in the new fitness centre.

The Treatments: Every treatment at Mandarin Oriental is developed in consultation with specialists in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Their signature treatments from the healing Japanese Reiki massage to the Digital Wellness escape are renowned for their eastern healing qualities and preventative insight. The new Oriental QI treatment is a near two-hour dose of pure euphoria, the ultimate ‘unwind and forget’ massage that works along the meridians with a personal choice of oil (mine is cardamom, lemongrass and coriander to flush out toxins). Their masseuses are truly masters in their craft, aware of the holistic approach required for de-stressing and guarantee a fine-tuned pummelling that will ease any physical and mental tension. The rosehip and goji berry red tea created by Mandarin Oriental to round-off the show is to re-balance your earth element (and tastes delicious to boot).

BOOK IT: mandarinoriental.com

The Beaumont Spa

5. The Beaumont Spa

Where? The Beaumont Hotel, Brown Hart Gardens, London W1K 6TF

What? By far one of the most elegant sanctuaries in London, The Beaumont‘s spa is a black and white marble tiled Art Deco masterpiece that perfectly blends the classic with the cutting-edge. The space itself is intimate but perfectly sized: this small underground oasis somehow fits in a steam room, sauna, cold plunge pool, ice bar, relaxation area, heated hammam table and treatment rooms without ever feeling remotely cramped or full – instead, the vibe is of a private, secret haven far from the crowds just a few metres above. Choose from a vast array of the latest reading material while you relax pre and post-treatment on the plush, white cushioned loungers and sipping on purifying water infusions and herbal teas to detox.

The Treatments: A recent partnership with OSKIA has brought the unending benefits of the British brand’s award-winning pure nutritional skincare to the Beaumont – new facial treatments and therapies are carried out by OSKIA-trained therapists and formulated for each client’s individual needs and skin type. The Signature Glow facial in particular is a game changer – it’s carried out in a sleek black-and-white themed treatment room which hums relaxing music, perfectly heated to ensure ultimate relaxation. And it does what it says on the tin (and some), with a combination of skilful facial massage, cleansing, exfoliating and intense hydrating (where needed) resulting in a quasi-supernatural glow that lasts for days. The 75 minutes whizz by in unadulterated bliss, with a final light head, neck and shoulder massage providing that extra spring in your step as you regretfully re-emerge into the real world. 

BOOK IT: thebeaumont.com

Four Seasons Spa Ten Trinity Square

6. The Spa at the Four Seasons, Ten Trinity Square

Where? Four Seasons at Ten Trinity Square, London, EC3N 4AJ 

What? The Spa at Four Seasons Ten, Trinity Square offers a much-needed refuge in the heart of the adrenaline-fuelled city. The changing rooms are made to dwindle away the hours, with single-sex saunas and all the ‘extras’ you always forget to bring, from hairdryers to deodorant. Every wall and corner of this spa is smooth and ‘round’ so you don’t feel ‘boxed in’ but are instead curious see what lies around the corner. Designer Joseph Caspari has used a calming grey colour palette that is light enough to keep you awake. The columns around the pool and glistening mosaics are reminiscent of Roman Bath’s and a nod to the building’s grand history. There’s no awkward Jacuzzi sharing with strangers here – it’s huge.

The Treatments: The team here know what they’re dealing with, especially in the stress-powered city. Rather than a quick rub and ‘off you go’, they know there needs to be a holistic approach to guarantee results – there’s no ‘quick fix’. Signatures have therefore been designed exclusively for the spa, combining ancient therapies from both East and West, with modern day techniques. If you don’t have much time but are equally aware of the ‘quick-fix’ fable, opt for the full body massage with wild organic ingredients. The oils will calm you and the therapist will soothe and relax you, talking through your ‘tight areas’ after in a bid to pin down the cause.

BOOK IT: For a spa treatment, call the hotel directly at +44 (0) 203 297 9200 or book online at fourseasons.com

Natura Bisse White City

7. Natura Bissē

Where? Multiple locations in London

What? After exploring the streets of the UK cpaital step into a cool, calm, serene world of wellbeing – after all, what better way to wind down than lying supine in an oxygenated treatment room, while Natura Bissē’s expert therapists bring new life and colour to tired bodies and faces. The much vaunted Spanish brand has multiple standalone day spas in London and it delivers its highly advanced bespoke treatments in surroundings designed by Spanish architect Juan Trias de Bes. So, drop your bags and let your shoulders drop too – in utter relaxation.

The Treatments: If you’re looking for a quick pick me up Natura Bissē’s express facials focus on a specific area of concern, and will have you relaxed, refreshed, and ready to hit the shops again.

BOOK IT: naturabisse.com

Ushvani Spa

8. Ushvani Spa

Where? Ushvani Spa, 1 Cadogan Gardens, Chelsea, London SW3 2RJ

What? This is where those reluctant to share a sweaty steam or bump into a colleague post-massage come to switch off. Ushvani, tucked behind Sloane Square feels more like a discreet subterranean escape than a spa… and that’s how they like to keep it. With only five treatment rooms, it’s rare that two guests will even cross in the Damai relaxation room as this ‘boutique spa’ works to a meticulous scheduling plan. After all, alone time with just the therapeutic trickle of water, an exotic fruit plate and undisturbed consciousness is what the overspun Londoner needs more than any quick fix massage. A spa since 2008, the warming wooden-panelled Cadogan building is a welcome antidote to the contemporary, clinical wash populating London’s spa scene. Silky walls in the relaxation room, spicy aromas and dark wooden furniture and figurines pay homage to the Malaysian ethos governing the spa and offer a comforting retreat from the plunge pool and steam room. Book in for a yoga class for the ultimate release.

The Treatments: The treatments play on that Malaysian spirit, with deliciously long and fruitful massages (though opt for the 90 minute Balinese, a welcome exception to the theme). The devil’s in the detail with Ushvani, from the lotions and potions in the changing rooms to the jewellery bags provided for guests, but the most impressive ‘extra’ has to be the meditative encased floral image greeting guests underneath the massage bed.

BOOK IT: ushvani.com

South Kensington Club

9. South Kensington Club

Where? South Kensington Club, 38-42 Harrington Rd, Kensington, London SW7 3ND

What? A philosophy falling somewhere between Russian tradition and Mediterranean joie de vivre sets the tone at South Kensington Club. Or put simply ‘mixed doubles, a sauna and a stiff martini’ (it’s all about balance). This chic West London private member’s club has a spa with a refreshingly unique take on wellness. The layout is social, an ode to the traditional Russian bathhouse, with plush interiors more suggestive of a private residence than a large spa. There is a great emphasis here on the power of tea and simple relaxation, rather than peddling massage and treatment as the only way to unwind. Saying this, the treatment list – from banya to Himalayan salt massages – draws from a wide variety of traditions and cultures with notably friendly staff well-versed in lowering members’ cortisol levels. 

The Treatments: The spa’s hero treatment at South Kensington Club is The Bathhouse experience. This includes a traditional banya treatment (a weekly ritual in Russia) where birch leaves are used at speed to manipulate the hot air over the body, stimulating circulation and allowing clients to quite literally sweat out your week. Breathers are recommended between these sessions in the communal banya and hammam, or with their specialised herbal tea and magazine in a quiet corner. There are various ‘steps’ that you can graduate to once you have pushed through the first two (it gets steamy in there), but the therapist will quickly gauge your limits. Opt for the mud treatment after to both exfoliate and nourish your skin with all the minerals the urban jungle deprives us of. 

BOOK IT: southkensingtonclub.com

Ilapothecary Spa Shop

10. Ilapothecary

Where? 99 Kensington Church Street, W8 7LN

What? Instead of the perspex, glass and white leather in your typical city spa, at Ilapothecary you’ll find tall wooden cabinets and hundreds of drawers bursting with little curiosities, tinctures and herbs. The place’s herbal smell is the first sign that this isn’t your average beauty spa, but rather a holistic hideaway disguised as one of the many charming antique shops lining Kensington Church Street. Through the use of natural medicine, energy healing techniques and traditional massage, Ilapothecary promises to combat the pressures of daily life – a promise they deliver on. Upstairs you’ll find a restorative space where talks and workshops are held, and at the back is a – secluded treatment room where music plays softly and therapists work their magic.

 The Treatments: Although the Beat The Blues Back Massage or Digital Detox Facial Therapy sound appealing, this is a place where it’s best to listen to the experts. Upon arrival you’ll fill in an extensive 50-point questionnaire on your physical and mental health, from this the therapists can draw up a diagnosis and offer advice on specific treatments which will serve your body best. 

BOOK IT: ilapothecary.com

Bulgari spa pool

11. Bulgari Spa, Bulgari

Where? Bulgari Hotel, 171 Knightsbridge, London SW7 1DW

What? A Mecca of subterranean calm, the Bulgari Spa offers the full Italian job: seamless, sleek furniture, marble-just-about-everything and a post-treatment power shower that will never leave you. The decadent, volcanic basement hosts London’s longest swimming pool, laced with white cushioned loungers more comfortable than any bed, and quaint table bells to call in elaborate quinoa salads. Potent eucalyptus oils permeate the steam rooms, clearing your sinuses, and warming your winter cockles.

The Treatments: The treatments here are based on traditional oriental practices one of the best being the renewing enzyme facial designed to boost cell regeneration and give you that ten-hour-sleep glow. And the best thing? The towels, you’re never without a towel or slippers as they’re scattered meticulously throughout the spa.

BOOK IT: bulgarihotels.com

Review: A Day At The Bulgari Spa

Sense Spa Rosewood

12. SENSE SPA at The Rosewood London

Where? The Rosewood London, 252 High Holborn, London WC1V 7EN

What? SENSE SPA at The Rosewood London defies the claim that switching off requires leaving the city. Cocooned in an urban hideout of bamboo walls and rippling water, you feel a million miles away from the London frenzy. A natural, organic theme pervades the products and therapies, using Australian skincare company Sodashi and body treatment products are plucked straight from the garden estate.

The Treatments: A huge selection of treatments awaits at SENSE SPA, from holistic revival remedies and ‘sense journeys’ crafted using essential oils to couples and family treatments. One of the highlights on the menu is the British Rose Body Massage, a traditional luxury which dates back to the reign of Queen Victoria and helps to improve relaxation, circulation and flexibility.

BOOK IT: rosewoodhotels.com

Review: Alchemy of Sleep at Rosewood London

The Pool ESPA Life at Corinthia

12. ESPA at Corinthia

Where? ESPA Life at Corinthia, Whitehall Pl, Westminster, London SW1A 2BD

What? ESPA at the Corinthia is an unexpected oasis, buried in Whitehall bureaucracy and Big Ben keyrings. The white marble changing rooms warm you up for the impending relaxation, along with a weighty bathrobe and fluffy slippers. The spa has a volcanic feel to it, subterranean dark quarters with stone beds pressed up against a roaring fire, hot water bubbling against glass walls resembling ice. While not catering to lengths, the pool demands that you float and forget, the waves reflecting hypnotically on the ceiling.

The Treatments: ESPA has pioneered a Brain Power package, aligned with the hotel’s Neuroscientist in Residence programme, during which time neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart will be studying mental resilience and recovery as a major factor in achieving peak brain performance. The mindfulness massage aims to reduce stress holistically, through breathing, visualising and a scalp massage using warm rose quartz crystals. Then there’s Yoga Nidra, aiming to train busy minds to concentrate fully and fall into pure, unfettered relaxation.

BOOK IT: espalifeatcorinthia.com

Review: Corinthia London

Cloud Twelve Spa

14. Cloud Twelve Spa

Where? Cloud Twelve Spa, 2-5 Colville Mews, Notting Hill, W11 2DA

What? In the hustle and bustle of Notting Hill and housed in a family members’ club is this unexpected haven of rejuvenation. Treatments range from the quick to the languid; a blow-dry to a green coffee sculpting treatment. The spa prides itself on results-driven treatments that fuse the best of Western and Asian philosophies, a philosophy which applies whether you’re in the mood for a high-tech beauty treatment or a sleep therapy procedure. Open for members and non-members, Cloud Twelve also boasts the use of all the usual spa facilities from a relaxation room to a sauna and salt room.

The Treatments: The holistic healing philosophy manifests in craniosacral therapy, cryotherapy, naturopathic nutrition and traditional Chinese medicine. For the sleep deprived, the spa’s Tranquility Pro Sleep Ritual combines aromatherapy, music and unique massage techniques to induce a deep state of relaxation. Before you leave, pop into the separate hair and nail salon for a quick manicure also.

Cloud Twelve’s detox programmes promise to reinvigorate and re-energise through tailored nutrition, herbal medicine and the spa’s signature treatments. Book in for a consultation with herbalist, naturopath, and Cloud Twelve founder Jenya Di Pierro to discuss bespoke dietary plans and individualised herbal remedies. Or the spa’s green coffee sculpting treatment is a restorative combination of dry skin brushing and deep massage that facilitates lymphatic drainage and improves circulation – a session of self-improvement while also letting you imbibe in all the spa’s relaxation techniques including a sound bath, and heated massage bed… For the time-poor amongst us, an intravenous drip or intramuscular shot (administered by fully certified medical practitioners) can deliver nutrients and minerals directly into your bloodstream. Whether it’s detoxification, immunity, or anti-ageing you’re after, there’s be a shot for you.

BOOK IT: cloudtwelve.co.uk

Read Our Review Of Cloud Twelve’s Massages Here

The Berkeley Spa

15. Bamford Haybarn Spa at The Berkeley

Where? The Berkeley, Wilton Place, London SW1X 7RL

What? The Berkeley’s rooftop haven of whitewashed wood aims to bring a heavy dose of countryside serenity to central London. Unlike the 5* get up downstairs, the spa is covered in clean white and greys with that refined ‘rustic’ somewhat reminiscent of Soho Farmhouse. The main lure of The Berkeley’s spa is the rooftop pool, one of the best places to be on a sunny day in London, with white linen sun loungers dotted around the herby garden patio and champagne on tap. If the sun’s a no show, the pool transforms into a luxurious indoor setting.

The Treatments: They offer all the expected spa treatments, with a few curve balls and a pregnancy package that mums-to-be swear by. Indulgent guests, seeking a move away from the organic, natural overtones can opt for the Gold Fine Body Wrap using grapes and champagne on the skin.

BOOK IT: the-berkeley.co.uk

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The Aman Spa – Connaught

16. Aman Spa at The Connaught

Where?  The Connaught, Carlos Place, London W1K 2AL

What? Beneath the Connaught’s decadent Edwardian lobby lies the Eastern promise of blissful unwind. The pièces de résistance of the spa is undoubtedly the serene pool, its water ionised using a UV system and complemented by the crystal steam room plied with essential oils. It’s no shock that spa memberships at the Connaught are tricky to get hold of.

The Treatments: The signature experiences at Aman Spa derive from traditional rituals of renewal, notably from India, Thailand and China including herbal compresses, balancing and restorative treatments. More bespoke wellness therapies consist of postural and movement analysis for those bent over a computer all day, reflexology, and traditional Chinese medicine acupuncture.

BOOK IT: the-connaught.co.uk

Hotel Cafe Royal Akasha Swimming Pool

17. Akasha Spa at Café Royal

Where?  Hotel Café Royal, 50 Regent St, Soho, London W1B 5AS

What? Next time you hurry across Piccadilly Circus, think about the healthful relaxation you could be having in a secret space right under your feet. The Café Royal, now a sleekly modern hotel with a calm, Eastern influence to its décor, has been a centre of London dining and entertaining for over 150 years and has conserved its ornate, gilded, Belle Epoque public rooms. But the underground Akasha Spa has a 21st-century sense of luxury serenity.

The Treatments: Based on the four elements, with holistic treatments that link Western innovation with Eastern tradition, its natural materials, warm colours and fresh aromas exude wellbeing. Alongside its signature offerings, visitors can pick from a number of treatments and experiences created in collaboration with Aromatherapy Associates – from body detoxes and facials to skin renewal.  Nine treatment rooms, including one for couples, a gym, fitness and yoga classes, a sauna and hammam and a beautifully lit pool with London’s first Watsu pool for private hydrotherapy sessions make this a place to linger.

BOOK IT: hotelcaferoyal.com

Read Our Review Of The Valmont Facial Here

The Lanesborough Club & Spa

18. The Lanesborough Club & Spa

Where? The Lanesborough Club & Spa, Hyde Park Corner, Belgravia, London SW1X 7TA

What? London’s most sybaritic new spa ups the ante with spa butlers who polish your shoes and press your clothes while you robe up for some serious treats. The beautiful design comes courtesy of 1508 London, who drew inspiration from Roman baths to create a blissfully tranquil atmosphere.

The Treatments: There are massages designed to uncurl people who spend hours in front of the computer and customized facials curated by skin guru Anastasia Achilleos which feature cranial sacral massage (a light touch therapy that strokes points around the scalp and shoulders to releases pressure throughout the body) along with oodles of deeply relaxing facial massage that has even the most stressed souls levitating off the heated water mattress.

BOOK IT: lanesboroughclubandspa.com

Read Our Review Of The Lanesborough’s HydraFacial Here

COMO Shambhala

19. COMO Shambhala Urban Escape, COMO Metropolitan London

Where? COMO Metropolitan London, 19 Old Park Ln, Mayfair, London W1K 1LB

What? An Asian-inspired sanctuary found within renowned Park Lane hotel COMO Metropolitan, based on the award-winning wellness concept Shambhala – which translates as ‘sacred place of bliss’. The spa itself is small, sleek and minimalist, with less focus on fancy showers and more on top quality treatments, with six sophisticated treatment rooms offering expert therapies for body and face. Couples’ treatment rooms with private steam facilities and baths are available to book.

The Treatments: Treatments at COMO not only pamper, they dig deep for long-lasting results, from facials to acupuncture to reiki. There are lots to choose from, all of which are based on Asian spa techniques. For those keen to brighten their skin, the Guinot Hydradermie is the ultimate hydration facial, designed to deep cleanse, oxygenate and reinvigorate the skin to create a glow that lasts for weeks. Massages range from the nurturing to the invigorating, with options for Shiatsu, a Japanese massage using powerful stimulation on pressure points to release muscular tension. For total body exfoliation, go for the COMO Shambhala Bath, which involves dry brushing, a full body scrub, moisturising and an invigorating bath, followed by a signature massage. Special treatments are also available for expectant mothers, men, and those suffering from jet lag.

BOOK IT: comohotels.com

The Landmark

20. The Landmark London Spa & Health Club

Where? The Landmark London, 222 Marylebone Rd, Marylebone, London NW1 6JQ

What? An oasis of calm amid buzzing Marylebone, this spa is tucked away on the lower ground floor of iconic hotel The Landmark London.

The Treatments: It’s often the little touches that make a spa special, and there are many to note here, such as the complimentary mint-infused tea, fluffy towels and slippers, and choice of scent or essential oil to burn throughout your treatment. A wide range of facials, body wraps, massages and firming therapies are available, with products by Spanish skincare company Germaine de Capuccini. The Landmark London Tea Dreams is certainly dreamy: you’ll enjoy a full body massage followed by an energising facial, leaving you with supple skin, a radiant glow and a feeling of tranquillity. If you’re after something more exfoliating, go for The Landmark London Elixir, a full buffing and polishing body treatment, followed by an facial and face massage designed to reduce stress. The Mediterranean Candle Massage is also a popular choice, which involves a full body massage complete with energising crystals, applied to the body’s Chakra points to create a sense of harmony. After your treatment, spend a leisurely afternoon relaxing at the spa’s facilities, which include a chlorine-free jacuzzi, 15m heated pool, steam room, sauna, sanarium and a gym.

BOOK IT: landmarklondon.co.uk

Hotel Review: The Landmark London

The Dorchester Spa

21. The Dorchester Spa

Where? The Dorchester, 53 Park Ln, Mayfair, London W1K 1QA

What? The Dorchester’s spa doesn’t stray far from the hotel’s iconic British style. It does add a slap of Art Deco glamour though– indulgent interiors to reflect the extravagance treatments. Aromatherapy Associates products and treatments work to alleviate life’s stresses, as do the aromatic steam rooms and slick relaxation quarters where time stands still.

The Treatments: The rejuvenating signature facials by Carol Joy London are worth stretching the extra mile for, relaxing tense facial muscles and completing your stress MOT. More importantly, the aptly named ‘Spatisserie’ serves 4 Bento Boxes of your lean green choice or simply a ‘guilt free’ Afternoon Tea. Too much ‘guilt free’ indulgence later, you can work it off in the Fitness Studio equipped with Swill Balls, cardio vascular equipment, and Medicine Balls galore.

BOOK IT: dorchestercollection.com

Featured image: AIRE Ancient Baths London