As you might expect from a spa in one of the most notoriously glamorous parts of London, the Aquilla Health and Fitness Club situated beside the Rembrandt Hotel in Knightsbridge is a complete lesson in understated chic. With a gym, swimming pool, single-sex sauna and steam rooms, Jacuzzi and yoga and Pilates classes, it has everything to make you feel like a fitness goddess. Of course, this is all alongside a range of Decléor treatments including aromatherapy and massages, facials, body treatments, spray tans and a Jessica Nail Bar offering GELeration nail treatments to make sure you leave looking and feeling positively expensive.
With a luxurious heated pool, sauna, steam bath and gym, guests at The Rembrandt hotel can find a haven of relaxation in the heart of London. Combine sightseeing, shopping and the excitement of this buzzing capital city with a pamper spa day or a longer spa break with friends which includes access to all the Aquilla Health and Fitness facilities, plus some very appealing aromatherapy massages, facials and body treatments.
At a glance
With Harrods down the road, Harvey Nichols round the corner, and Oxford Street just a hop, skip and a jump away, you might as well combine your spa break with some retail therapy.
Leisure Break Venue
A venue offering good leisure facilities, such as swimming pool, steam room, sauna and treatment rooms, but not a specialised spa location.
Five minutes from South Kensington tube station, the spa is within easy reach of London’s many sites, not least of all the extremely close Victoria and Albert Museum, Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park.
There are children’s swimming lessons on Monday to Friday from 09:00-18:00, and from 09:00-14:00 at weekends as well as fitness classes in the pool at select times during the week during which the pool is closed to other guests.
The Palette is located in the main hotel so guests are required to be fully dressed rather than dining in their robes.
Spa & Leisure
- Hot Tub
- Steam Room
- Relax Room
Hotel & Accommodation
Harping back to the Edwardian era with its traditional architecture and large windows, the hotel interiors strike the ideal balance between contemporary chic, and harmony with the building’s history. Originally constructed as apartments for nearby Harrods, the 193 rooms are cool, calm and sophisticated, providing a welcome respite from the bustling city outside and many of which take in views of the Victoria and Albert Museum.
With the city on your doorstep there is no shortage of bars and restaurants should you choose to venture out, but the hotel’s own 1606 Lounge Bar is a favourite amongst locals (always a good sign) and lunch is served in The Palette restaurant in the hotel. There is also a relaxation area open most weekends, and guests are welcome to eat and drink here if they don’t want to dress for the main restaurant.
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