With the sheer number of spas on offer it can be a confusing, not to mention daunting, process to actually choose a spa to visit. While many spas are unique and offer something different, whether it is their setting or their treatments on offer, there are a number of things to consider when selecting where to go for the ultimate in relaxation.
For many spa fans the décor and the ambience are the two key criteria. No-one wants to have a spa treatment with people wandering through or idle chatter hanging in the air. It is a place and a time to forget the world and its woes; it is a chance to clear your mind and indulge yourself in being cared for.
For somewhere offering all of this with an air of peace and calm, one cannot look past Rosewood London’s Sense Spa. Styled with bamboo walls and wooden floors, this new spa transports you to a different world as soon as you step inside. There are seven treatment rooms and a central relaxing lounge for your comfort both pre and post treatment.
On offer are a range of services, from ‘experiences’ to massages to beautification treatments. If you are considering how to really give yourself a purely indulgent day at Sense Spa then perhaps consider some of these.
Our particular favourite treatment is their Ultimate Indulgence package. This includes a one hour full body massage, luxurious one hour facial, and hand and foot treatment. With the ability to ask the masseur to deliver either soothing or revitalising treatments, this is tailor made to your needs on the day.
You aren’t forced to endure a massage which doesn’t suit your requirements, instead it is delivered to be in tune to how you feel. The relaxing therapies, avilable throughout the day, are known to stimulate vital energies making you ready to face the outside world on your departure.
Also available is the romantic couple’s massage experience. Both halves can unwind together as they enjoy a 60 minute massage, which will take place in the secluded double treatment room which features its own private steam shower. Guests are able to request their preferred style of massage alongside their companion.
Interestingly, Sense Spa use Sodashi skin care products in all their treatments. Founded by Megan Larsen in 1999, Sodashi offers a range of products that work holistically to nurture the skin and enhance overall wellbeing. Catering to both men and women, the extensive range of Sodashi products are formulated using a unique combination of biochemistry, aromatherapy and Ayurvedic principles.
As part of the Sense Spa packages available with TRULY, full access to all the spa facilities is included both before and after the treatments. Guests will be able to use Sense Spa’s gold leaf and teak relaxation lounge, dry heat saunas, experience showers and amethyst crystal steam rooms.
So if you want to revitalise on a spa day, head to Rosewood London’s Sense Spa and treat yourself to some of the above for the ultimate spa indulgence experience.