Vermont Meets Paris at Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie

The Tata Harper treatment room is designed to resemble a Parisian boudoir. // Photo courtesy of Le Bristol Paris.

Parisian spa-goers can be transported to the Vermont countryside thanks to a new partnership between the Oetker Collection's Le Bristol Paris and Tata Harper, a natural skincare brand made with herbs grown on cofounder Tata Harper’s organic farm in Vermont. The collaboration includes a dedicated treatment space, designed by architectural duo Yann Le Coadic and Alessandro Scotto, that captures the charm of a Parisian boudoir with typical French elements, such as a diamondglass screen, gloss-lacquered moldings, a green velvet divan, floral wallpaper, and vintage mirrors. 

The Tata Harper treatment room at Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie provides an inviting space in which to experience the exclusive Tata Harper treatment menu with offerings such as the Liquid Gold Organic Body Massage ($235, 55 minutes; $306, 85 minutes) and Radiance Revitalized: Energizing Body Treatment ($495, 2 hours 40 minutes). 

“In 2011, I moved to a farm in Vermont and embarked on the journey to create Tata Harper Skincare, because I believed the future of luxury was 100 percent natural and non-toxic,” says Harper. “Le Bristol Paris has been an arbiter of luxury for decades, and I couldn’t think of a better partner to collaborate with in Paris to bring our collective vision of next-generation nontoxic beauty to the City of Light.”


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