Relaxation is Calling at A New London Spa

Photo by The Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square

The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square made its debut recently with eight treatment rooms, including a Spa Suite and a luxury hammam, as well as a 14-meter pool, a sauna, and a steam room.

The design, led by Joseph Caspari and Mio Shibuya, was inspired by the curved walls of the Rotunda at Ten Trinity Square and features an oval-shaped reception and domed ceilings in the treatment rooms. Services are performed using products from Amala, Dr. Burgener, ESPA, and marocMaroc.

Says spa director Anjana Nicolas, “The spa offers an incomparable level of indulgence in the city of London. We have partnered with leading international brands to offer our guests bespoke experiences, tailor-made to their needs. In keeping with the unique history of Ten Trinity Square, we aim to combine the best techniques and remedies from Eastern and Western cultures, and we look forward to welcoming both local Londoners and hotel guests for the ultimate experience.”

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