Pure Spa and Beauty has launched a new branch within Lansbury Heritage Hotel in Canary Wharf, marking the brand’s second outlet in London.
The Lansbury Heritage Hotel will be the ninth Pure Spa & Beauty outlet in the UK, operating alongside its existing locations in the City, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen.
Earlier this year, the Grade-II listed 29-bedroom hotel’s management was taken over by Black and White Hospitality to be led by hotels managing director Shezan Aslam.
The four-star hotel will now offer the range of Pure Spa treatments in house and the full Pure Spa experience, with a beauty salon, treatment rooms, manicure bar, brow bar and tanning room.
The Spa comprises treatment rooms, sauna and steam room.
The first Pure Spa in London opened in late 2017 on Mark Lane in the city.
Commenting on the new partnership with PURE, Lansbury Heritage Hotel’s general manager Lucy Thapa said: “We are thrilled to be commencing this partnership with PURE Spa & Beauty, which resulted from an exhaustive search of the UK to find a business with the right level of experience and expertise, and a business model that would suit our hotel environment.”
PURE CEO and founder Becky Woodhouse said: “We are very excited to be opening our second London spa, in the beautiful Lansbury Heritage Hotel. Our first London spa opened in late 2017 and has proven that there is strong demand for PURE’s services in the city.”