The following London spas are city-centered and provide sleek, luxurious treatment experiences, per an article from Tatler.
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Mandarin Oriental, Knightsbridge
According to the article, Mandarin Oriental offers beautiful interiors and rooms with treetop views, silk wallpaper and marble bathrooms stocked with Diptyque products. The spa features a blend of traditional Chinese medicine and modern spa amenities, including acupuncture, Oskia facials, cool stone, therapeutic pools and low-lit treatment rooms. The Couple’s Oriental Suite has its own Rasul water temple, a tiled steam room using mineral-rich mud for therapies.
Nobu Portman Square, Marylebone
Nobu Portman Square is said to have a sleek aesthetic and a luxurious, spiritually nurturing approach to treatment. The spa features holistic treatments, including facials, bodywork and head massages by Ayurvedic brand Mauli Rituals. The spa also offers Pilates and a loft-style room with a tub and Himalayan bath salts.
The Lanesborough, Hyde Park Corner
The Lanesborough provides a private residence feel to its presentation, with Roja-scented hallways and chintzy suites. It features a silver tea service, hot bath and spa, meditation, yoga and CBD Immersion treatments, with all services arranged by personal butlers. It also features a Michelin-starred restaurant.
NoMad, Covent Garden
NoMad opened its London Spa at a former magistrates’ court and police station, reconfiguring the building to house 91 bedrooms accented with jewels and art. The treatment menu offers three options curated by Ricari Studios in Los Angeles. Lymphatic drainage is their specialty, offering therapies focused on the face and body. It features a restaurant and wellness area smaller than others on this list, but according to the article, the resort, and specifically the restaurant, are currently trendy and popular in London.
45 Park Lane, Mayfair
Mayfair’s latest spa features a Venetian-tiled pool over 80 feet long, a huge gym and spacious treatment rooms. One of its treatment specialties is the Summit of Cervin anti-aging treatment, which features Valmont serums, creams and a collagen sheet mask, before pinching and kneading drains excess fluid and sculpts. It also features Wolfgang Puck’s Cut steakhouse.
Bulgari Hotel, Knightsbridge
The Bulgari features a dark interior with black and white prints lining wood-paneled walls. The suites are among the largest in London, with decorated spaces for dining and luxurious interiors in its onyx-marble bathroom and private steam room. The spa includes a gold-leaf hydrotherapy pool, a pool over 80 feet long and a workshop gymnasium. Treatment options include a deep-tissue facial, exfoliating massage, manicure, pedicure and cut and blow-dry at the in-house salon, Neville Hair & Beauty.
Hotel Café Royal, Piccadilly
Hotel Café Royal has been a part of London’s culture since 1865. The popular Akasha spa includes a tranquil pool and treatment rooms. Its signature offerings include the Theragun Massage, which deploys percussive therapy, and shiatsu stretches and manipulations in the watsu pool. The hotel also features a penthouse party pad with kaleidoscopic lights and two wraparound terraces.
The Cadogan, A Belmond Hotel, Chelsea
The Cadogan offers the best night’s sleep in Chelsea, according to the article. It offers an exclusive Sleep Concierge experience designed in collaboration with hypnotherapist Malminder Gill. It involves a pre-stay telephone consultation and a focused hypnotherapy session in the suite, featuring an extensive pillow menu, meditative recordings, chamomile tea and a spritz of Bamford’s lavender pillow mist.
The Laslett, Notting Hill
The Laslett offers hi-technology treatment options, with EMS boxing, a recharge room, detoxifying IV drips, the Power Anti-Age treatment with skin-firming radiofrequency and an Ozone sauna. It offers a holistic program tailored by Augusto Allegra, M.D., a doctor specializing in cosmetic surgery.