New Buckinghamshire hotel The Langley is to partner with luxury French beauty brand Sisley, when it launches in late 2018.
The Luxury Collection hotel, which will be home to 41 bedrooms and a 1,600 sq mtr spa when it opens later this year, with Sisley becoming the Langley’s core spa brand partner.
Sisley is renowned for its precise, scientific approach and the Langley will be the only third location in the UK to offer the brand’s treatments.
The menu will feature a collection of facial and body treatments, as well as a programme of Phyto-Aromatic treatments.
The Langley Spa is being created by will interior designers Dennis Irvine Studio and is part of the hotel building’s five-year transformation project.
Alex James, spa director at The Langley, was appointed earlier this month from The Landmark London.
She commented on the new partnership: “We are over the moon to be working with Sisley at The Langley Spa. Sisley is a true pioneer in the realm of luxury skincare and its results-driven ethos is a perfect match for our aspirations for the spa. Its prestigious nature is of huge international appeal, and we know that our guests, whether local to The Langley or from further afield, are in for an incredible, one-of-a-kind experience. We can’t wait to reveal it later this year!”
Sisley will sit alongside other spa brand partners including Margaret Dabbs, Gentleman’s Tonic, James Read and La Sultane de Saba.
The Langley Spa will feature five treatment rooms, while two thermal areas, one of which is designated female-only, will boast features including a vitality pool, sauna, steam room, hammam and heated relaxation loungers.
The spa will also house a VIP suite which can be booked exclusively, while the 16-metre indoor pool will feature an infinity edge.
The Langley is a new 41-room boutique hotel and 25,000 sq ft spa, owned and managed by City & Country Hotels, situated within 500 acres of Buckinghamshire countryside.
The former hunting lodge of the third Duke of Marlborough will comprise of two buildings, a historic mansion and a Grade-II listed 18th century building that was formerly used as a stables and brew house, transformed over a five-year period.