Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre at Hotel Cafe Royal

At a glance

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa

    Flawless at every level, the hotel’s spa offers tailored treatments and unique therapies, they also have London’s first Watsu pool.

  • Restaurant

    Recommended Restaurant

    Oscar Wilde and Winston Churchill favoured the food and wine - what better recommendation could you get?

  • Shopping

    Shopping

    Hop from Tiffany’s on Bond Street to Agent Provocateur in Soho - you’re in the perfect place to shop!

  • Location

    Location

    In the heart of London, the hotel is perfectly located for exploring the bets that the city has to offer.

  • Romantic

    Romantic

    The history and standards of the hotel make for an impossibly romantic city break.

Location

Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre at Hotel Cafe Royal

50 Regents Street, Soho, London
W1B 5AS

Spa & Leisure

Akasha is said to be the source of all creation, so it is this that the spa and wellbeing centre is based on. Spacious facilities offer everything from meditation to nutrition, reiki to personal training. There are fitness classes and a gym area available, as well as workshops and a Lounge Bar for healthy and nourishing dishes.

Our treatments and therapies offer a unique experience encompassing hydrotherapy and specialist skills. For example, a private Hammam for purifying scrubs and massages, a Vichy shower for cleansing hydrotherapy rituals and London’s first Watsu pool for tailored hydro-treatments and guided meditation.

Hotel & Accommodation

On the corner of London’s luxury triptych between Mayfair, Soho and St James, Hotel Cafe Royal is the historic hotel that has been welcoming guests for 150 years. From Oscar Wilde to Muhammad Ali, this hotel has always been the place to see and be seen, with impeccable style throughout from the Superior Guestrooms to the Royal Wing. Inside it straddles the line between contemporary flair and original features, which are highlighted through careful decor - it’s wonderfully romantic and the service is impeccable.

To stand out in London, food really has to be exceptional, and this legendary Regent Street address has long been the capital's hub for fine food, wine and conversation. Oscar Wilde liked the wine (which is why one of the bars is named after him), and Churchill liked the steak, and with two bars and one restaurant as well as space for afternoon tea, there’s plenty to indulge in. For botanical cocktails head to the Green Bar, while Papillon serves all meals and a British menu with a French twist.