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I know a couple who forked out and found themselves in the company of a nanny and two noisy children. The relaxation room is beautiful, with a suspended fake fire as its centrepiece and gauze drapes between sleep pods to create a lush sense of privacy.
Disappointingly, my treatments were not very good (the pedicurist cut my big toe while filing my nails, the facial was not well designed) but where it scores highly is with its medical programme.
The sauna is a little pokey though it does have a glass wall with those killer views and the cafe, which overlooks the river, is too bright for post-treatment complexions, a little cold and sterile and shared with “normal” guests so you feel a little self-conscious in a robe.
It’s not a place to linger but this is the only spa in London offering Omorovicza facials, which are very good.
The therapists are excellent (it’s the only spa in the UK offering Dr Perricone facials – his skincare range is huge in America and one of the best I’ve ever tried) and, better still, the lack of facilities means the prices are very agreeable.
A 60-minute facial or a 60-minute massage is from £90, that’s at least £30 cheaper than some of its rivals – and the quality of the therapists is way above that in most of the other hotels.
A rooftop retreat with 360-degree panoramas over the Thames, Hyde Park and the Houses of Parliament sounds brilliant but somehow it fails to deliver.
I really rate those in Hampshire and Paris and was eagerly awaiting the opening of this one.
The therapists are impressive and the Sodashi products are some of the most effective organic creams on the market.
If only you didn’t hear the distant rumble of Tube trains on the massage beds.
St Pancras Spa at the Renaissance There’s the glamour of watching the Eurostar trains depart to points east while sipping champagne in the bar or the chance to laze by a truly glorious (if small) pool (actually I had to share the pool with a family, although I thought the kids were sweet, guess not everyone might agree).
The pool, like the heat experiences are in what was formerly the hotel’s steam kitchen – a neat touch – and it still sports the original stunning Victorian tiled walls and brick archways. The signature treatments are thoughtfully themed around journeys to Africa, India, Indonesia and beyond.