The Spa at Mandarin Oriental in Hyde park, London, which has
been closed for an overhaul, has revealed details of what the
newly-renovated spa will look like when it opens in May.
The spa’s revamp is part of one of the most extensive
renovations in the hotel’s 115-year history.
Designed to provide guests with ‘a haven of tranquillity’, the
spa will have 14 treatment rooms, plus an Oriental suite with
two massage beds and a Rasul water temple.
Treatments have been created by brand-partners Aromatherapy
Associates, Sodashi, Linda Meredith and niche Swiss brand
Nescens will be showcasing its ‘better ageing’ approach to
skin. Mandarin Oriental’s own signature therapies will also be
on offer, as well as a range of face and body treatments using
the brand’s signature oils.
The spa will include two beauty rooms, a consultation room for
traditional Asante Chinese Medicine treatments and a fitness
centre. There will also be a Bastien Gonzalez Pedi:Mani:Cure
The East-meets-West dÃ©cor, which has been created by globally
renowned designer Adam Tihany, combines ancient Chinese
elements with a modern environment.
Tihany says: “We want guests to immediately feel enveloped in
luxury and tranquillity. Our work centres around the art of
moving people through space and creating an atmosphere that is
unique and inspirational.”