Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park to reopen spa in December with focus on Chinese medicine
Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park in London will reopen its doors on December 4 following a sudden closure in June after a fire broke out.
The hotel will welcome guests into the renovated and extended spa and dining and events spaces in time for the Christmas period.
There are now 13 treatment rooms plus an Oriental Suite with two massage beds and a rasul water temple, which combines heat, steam and mud for a relaxing skin conditioning treatment.
An additional room has been specifically designed for traditional Chinese medicine consultations and treatments with expert Professor Ke, while nail services will take place in the Bastien Gonzalez Pedi:Mani:Cure Studio, and two beauty rooms will be used for other express treatments.
Spa facilities include an amethyst crystal steam room, sanarium, vitality pool, zen colour therapy relaxation area, 17-metre indoor pool, Technogym fitness centre and PilatesPT yoga studio, where classes will run designed by trainer Hollie Grant.
Treatments will use product houses Aromatherapy Associates, Sodashi, Nescens and Linda Meredith, while there is also a menu of signature therapies like the Oriental Qi massage ritual and Digital Wellness Escape, which concentrates on the head, eyes, neck, shoulders, hands and feet to ease strains in the body caused by the frequent use of digital devices.
Mandarin Oriental Group announced it would open its first property in Russia in 2021.