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The Spa at Mandarin Oriental London: the height of modern wellbeing 

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At one of the most prestigious addresses in London, between the buzz of Knightsbridge and the royal parks, Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park fuses contemporary design and hospitality with timeless heritage. Combining the golden age of travel with the height of modern luxury wellbeing and hospitality, welcome to The Spa at Mandarin Oriental London…

Designer style and hospitality 

Following an extensive renovation under the guidance of designer Joyce Wang, Mandarin Oriental London is a glamorous hotel is inspired by the Golden Age of Travel. It’s a theme that flows through the rooms, suites and public areas. Accommodation ranges from superior rooms all the way to a collection of bespoke suites that each have their own design details and style. Throughout however, there is a distinctly modern take on art deco finesse, with carefully chosen details such as onyx chandeliers, marble bathrooms, leather topped desks and hand gilded mirrors.

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Michelin star dining 

Mandarin Oriental London has three outstanding restaurants, one of which has Michelin stars, and there’s a superb bar as well. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal is a seductive experience that takes you on a journey inspired by historic British gastronomy. Through floor-to-ceiling glass walls, diners enjoy a view of the kitchen in an environment inspired by a royal court. A spit rotates over a fire, custom-made porcelain wall sconces are in the shape of antique jelly moulds and views are of Hyde Park, King Henry VIII’s former hunting ground. Bar Boulud meanwhile is more chic bistro by Michelin-starred chef Daniel Boulud and specialising in seasonal, rustic French cooking. The Rosebery is the place for afternoon tea, and the Mandarin Bar is a cool, contemporary bar where you can unwind in style.

Celebrity style workouts at Mandarin Oriental London

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In a cocoon away from the urban buzz, but still provides the sophisticated style of a world-leading city, spa and wellness at Mandarin Oriental London offers space and serenity. Here, a workout is never just a workout. Facilities include a fully-equipped fitness centre with state-of-the-art technology as well as a custom-designed PilatesPT studio with training programmes devised by award-winning trainer Hollie Grant.

Indulgent signature spa experiences

Spa treatments and experiences at Mandarin Oriental London are equally unique and well considered. They are a combination of Mandarin Oriental’s own signature therapies using Mandarin Oriental’s bespoke signature oils, as well as face and body treatments using Nescens, Aromatherapy Associates, Sodashi and Linda Meredith products. The spa also offers a diverse range of treatments which use Chinese medicine, Bastien Gonzalez renowned manicures and pedicures. There are also 13 luxurious treatment rooms, which sit alongside the Oriental Suite, featuring two massage beds and a Rasul water temple - which makes it a treat for small groups of friends enjoying quality time together as well as couples on a chic city retreat or spa day.

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The verdict: who would love Mandarin Oriental London? 

Couples. The opulent and carefully designed experience takes you from exquisite suites to exceptional dining and sophisticated wellness. If you want to make someone feel special, this is the place to do it. By the same token however, if you want to celebrate a special occasion with a friend or treat someone who you just adore, maybe even your mum, a spa day together here will also definitely do the trick.

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