The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square opens

The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square has opened its doors.

The 1,680 sq m spa features eight treatment rooms, including a spa suite, and also offers a swimming pool, sauna, steam room, hammam and vitality pool, and retail area.

Other wellness facilities at the hotel include the Finishing Touches nail salon and the fitness centre, open 24 hours. The architecture at the spa draws on London’s heritage as an ancient Roman city, with clean lines and Roman columns. 

The largely natural colour palette used at the spa is also a reference to the minerals and natural materials, such as wood, that would have been used in Roman times.

The spa treatment menu offers a combination of facials, massages and other body treatments, hammam rituals, express treatments, beauty services and options for men.

The Spa is working with British skincare brand Espa, results-driven Swiss line Dr Burgener Switzerland, natural brand Amala and spa and hammam brand Maroc Maroc.

Spa director Anjana Nicolas said: “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 Londoners and hotel guests for the ultimate experience.”

Signature treatments include the Harmonising Detoxifying Ritual from Amala, incorporating a fully body massage and a body mask using body butter and Indian rhassoul clay to sooth, detox and lift. 

Another signature experience is the Swiss Age Perfecting Jewel Facial from Dr Burgener. The treatment includes cleansing, exfoliation, a facial massage and the application of a face mask.

The five-star our Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square, which opened at the end of May, is located near Tower Bridge in the City of London.

In addition to 100 guestrooms and suites, the hotel also comprises 41 private residences, three restaurants and meeting and events space.