The Lanesborough Hotel re-opened in 2016 following a large refurbishment to start a new life as part of the Oetker Collection.
Earlier this year, The Lanesborough Club and Spa joined the hotel as a members’ fitness and health club as well as a rather fancy hotel gym and spa.
The spa’s décor is certainly luxurious with its glossy wood panels, heavy use of marble and its silk wallpaper, but it far more contemporary in feel than the rest of the hotel, which retained the heavily traditional style of its past.
The spa’s facilities include a large gym with personal training by Bodyism, a hydrotherapy pool, sauna and a range of thermal treatment rooms.
What remained with me after my visit is that there was such a sense of space and serenity. And what a beautiful space it is.
I tried the deep tissue potali massage, which uses hot stones during the massage to help reduce inflammation and soreness.
Designed to improve blood and lymph circulation, but more than anything, deeply relaxing and rejuvenating. Facial treatments use La Prairie and British organic skincare line, ILA.
Protein snacks and juices are available at the beautiful spa restaurant which also serves nutritional dishes created by the hotel’s Michelin-starred chefs.
As far as London hotel spas go, The Lanesborough Club and Spa is certainly one of the most luxurious where you could easily lose a whole day to pure pleasure.
For further information on the spa, please click here.
For further spa inspiration, read our guide to London’s best spas.
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*Disclaimer – I was invited to try a massage by The Lanesborough.