Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square has opened its new spa, to offer visitors a ‘sauctuary of wellness in the city’.
Featuring eight treatment rooms, a swimming pool, sauna and steam room, plus 24-hour fitness centre, designed by Italian stylist Joseph Caspari and inspired by the history of London and the hotel’s surrounding area.
The spa has an oval-shaped reception with gold mosaic tiles, mirroring the style in the Rotunda at Ten Trinity Square, with the treatment rooms boasting domed ceilings.
Designer Caspari has used a natural colour palette, with deep grey and silver tones in the swimming pool and natural woods in the treatment rooms.
“The spa offers an incomparable level of indulgence in the city of London with an extensive list of male and female treatments. We have partnered with leading international brands to offer our guests bespoke experiences, tailor made to their needs,” says Anjana Nicolas, spa director. “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.”
Four Seasons Hotel London comprises 100 bedrooms, including 11 suites, and is located close to the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and the River Thames. The historic building, which was previously the 1922 headquarters of the Port of London Authority, is also home to La Dame De Pic restaurant headed up by French chef Anne-Sophie Pic. A new Asian restaurant, MEI, is scheduled to open tomorrow at the hotel.