Reset In The City: 5 Luxurious London Spas For Rest And Relaxation – Forbes

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ESPA Life at Corinthia
As restrictions ease in London, we are now seeing the reopening of some of the most loved, and luxurious spas across the city. From the the new spa within 45 Park Lane to the flagship ESPA Life spa that’s set within the stately 5-star Corinthia hotel, here’s where to switch off, relax, and reset in the city.
ESPA Life at Corinthia London: Known for it’s luxurious skincare and beauty products, ESPA also has a number of spas, including its flagship that can be found within the grand Corinthia London.
ESPA Life at Corinthia
Spanning over four floors, this spa features 17 treatment rooms, and a private spa suite as well as a thermal floor with an indoor swimming pool, vitality pool, amphitheatre sauna, ice fountain, and marble heated loungers. For those who want to doze off, there’s also The Spa Lounge which dons dims light and individual pods for maximum relaxation.
Treatments and experiences range from Chinese gong baths to sports massages, body cleanses, sleep rituals, and Dr. Barbara Sturm facials.
ESPA Life at Corinthia
Address: Corinthia London, Whitehall Pl, London SW1A 2BD
The Spa at 45 Park Lane: There’s a brand new spa set within the Dorchester Collection’s elegant 45 Park Lane hotel, which is available exclusively to hotel guests. Designed by Jouin Manku, the wellness space is set across 10,000 sqft and features Park Lane’s longest swimming pool, spanning 20 metres, as well as separate sauna and steam rooms, and hydrotherapy pool.
The Spa at 45 Park Lane
For those who want a workout, there’s a personal training room and a modern gym complete with Technogym equipment and dedicated cardiovascular and strength areas. For guests who want to sit back and relax, expect treatments by Valmont and Aromatherapy Associates, and a relaxation lounge next to the pool, where guests can unwind and order healthy dishes by 45 Park Lane’s executive chef Jamie Shears.
“For almost a decade, 45 Park Lane has stood amongst the best hotels in London. As we look towards our next chapter we are thrilled to be introducing luxury wellness into the guest experience to create one of the finest spa facilities in the capital.” John Scanlon, General Manager of 45 Park Lane
Address: 45 Park Lane, London W1K 1PN
Bvlgari Hotel London Spa: In Knightsbridge, just a stone’s throw away from the hustle and bustle of Harrods is the award-winning spa at the Bvlgari Hotel. Set across two levels, it’s over 21,500 sq ft in size, making it one of the largest and most exclusive spas in central London.
Bvlgari Hotel London Spa Pool
Here, there’s a 25 metre swimming pool, a vitality pool that’s entirely covered in gold leaf tiles no less, and it’s topped off with cabanas. There’s also 11 private treatment rooms and one double spa suite (with its own steam room, hydromassage and private treatment room), along with sauna and steam rooms, and a luxury fitness area by Workshop.
Address: Bvlgari Hotel London, 171 Knightsbridge, London SW7 1DW
COMO Shambhala Urban Escape at COMO Metropolitan London: Within the COMO Metropolitan hotel is a little oasis that dons six treatment rooms and a range of massage therapies, including their signature COMO Shambhala Massage (blended massage oils are used to calm the mind and rebalance the body), stress relieving Indian head massages, and lymphatic drainage, along with acupuncture offerings and bespoke facials.
COMO Shambhala Urban Escape at COMO Metropolitan London
If you want to get active there’s fitness training, yoga and pilates, and to switch off, try their meditation and pranayama breathing classes.
Address: COMO Metropolitan London, 19 Old Park Ln, London W1K 1LB
The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Trinity Square: Treat yourself or a loved one to a spa day pass at The Spa at the Four Seasons on Trinity Square, and you’ll receive full access to the spa facilities, including swimming pool, vitality pool, and fitness centre.
Four Seasons Hotel Trinity Square
The treatments on offer are extensive, there’s face, body, and hammam treatments, massages, and a finishing studio that specializes in manicures and pedicures.

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