Hilton London Syon Park
Spa & Leisure
Interrupting its streamlined adult grandeur Hilton London Syon Park is peppered with art – from sensor triggered animal noises to the mirror mosaic statue that greets you upon entering the Kallima spa where facilities include a Technogym Fitness Suite, 15 metre indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi that can take up to 10 people, sauna, steam room, and The Snug – a relaxation suite.
As for treatments, Kallima endeavour to deliver an experience that draws from innovative treatments and focuses on your objectives for renewal. Working with Italian luxury brand, [ comfort zone ], to bring you unique spa treatments, rituals, and journeys that are designed to provide a complete sense of wellbeing. Alongside Kallima however, is cosmetic surgeon Alex Karidis’ clinic (of Liz Jones facelift fame) offering a selection of non-surgical treatments including Botox.
Please Note: The Spa will be closed between 16th and 30th October 2017.
Hotel & Accommodation
In the grounds of the Duke of Northumberland’s 200-year-old estate, Hilton London Syon Park’s own contemporary architecture juxtaposes the classic design of the main house. Rooms are opulent with a monochrome palette, and crystal accents dotted throughout. They all have floor to ceiling windows, televisions in the bathrooms, and there are international plug sockets on the wall including one right next to your bed – it’s not a glamorous feature but my goodness it’s a convenient one.
When it comes to dining the hotel has its own herb and vegetable gardens from which ingredients are sourced for The Marco Pierre White restaurant – a formal dining area serving seasonal dishes. There is also afternoon tea on The Terrace, and Brownies – which forms a central hub to the hotel – is a series of sofas and chairs reminiscent in colour and shape of a set of Ladurée macaroons, offering tea, cakes, a sundae bar, and its all-important namesake – brownies.