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A Modern Refuge in London

by Haute Grandeur, 22 March 2017

It’s easy to leave the stress of day-to-day life behind when you set foot inside The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane. For starters, the spa’s location on the 10th floor of the popular London hotel places you a world away from the city’s bustling streets. The design of this spa is a breath of fresh air, with natural light pouring in through floor-to-ceiling windows and subtle touches of white, silver, beige and ivory popping up throughout the spa alongside warmer touches like dark wood walls, red carpeting a modern fireplace in the coed lounge. Treat your senses to a full menu of massages, body treatments, facials and hand and foot services. Whether you’re opting for a single Organic Glam Manicure or the famous Four Hands at Four Seasons spa journey, you’ll leave this luxury spa feeling calm, balanced and refreshed.

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  1. What are the wet areas like at the spa? Conveniently located in a the calming space between the locker room and pre-treatment lounge. The sauna features a window overlooking the city and three benches with pillows for guests who wants to lie down. Theres also a rain shower and shelf of towels, room temperature and chilled bottled water and towels.
  2. What is the interior like at the spa?  The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane makes full use of the stunning views offered from the 10th floor with its floor-to-ceiling windows. Wooden floors, contemporary furnishings and a white and silver color scheme contribute to the spa’s sleek design. The waiting area and pre-treatment lounge is furnished with beige and ivory leather dish chairs and silver tables, and decorated with white moth orchids in silver pots. The sleek lacquered white furnishings carry through to the locker room, which features a gray slate floor and frosted windows, to let in the natural light. The coed lounge takes on a warmer tinge, with red carpeting, dark wooden walls and a modern fireplace hovering over a bed of white stones. There are small cactus plants and white leather loungers and ottomans, as well as a display of stone and gold masks adding an Asian feel to the space. The post-session relaxation pods return to the contemporary décor, with discreet curtains to envelop blissful guests as they relax on the lounger beds.

Hamilton Place

Park Lane, London W1J 7DR