TreatNOW Top 4: London’s Luxurious Afternoon Tea Spa Packages

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Everyone needs a little pampering now and again; after all that’s why spas exist. There are many different spas and each has their own unique way of making their clients feel incredible. But if you’re going to a luxurious spa, why not combine a relaxing facial or massage with another opulent treat? A traditional afternoon tea is certainly an occasional indulgence and would be an excellent way to finish (or even begin) a day of pampering. As afternoon tea has exploded in popularity, it should come as no surprise that many spas now offer tea and treatment packages. So without further ado here’s a quick list from TreatNOW of London’s most luxurious afternoon tea spa packages.

Credit to  su-lin on Flickr, 2007

Credit to su-lin on Flickr, 2007

Mandara Spa at Park Plaza Westminster Bridge: Inspired by the traditional healing arts of Bali Mandara spas offer clients a luxurious but also therapeutic spa experience. Their treatments combine Balinese traditions with the European spa treatments we all know and love. A Balinese inspired spa may seem like an odd choice for an afternoon tea package but the Mandara Spa at the Park Plaza hotel’s Revitealize Afternoon Tea and Spa Package includes an afternoon tea with unlimited tea and a glass of sparkling wine as well as 1 hour of pool or sauna usage and a massage.

Spa Verta at Hotel Verta Battersea: Located on the river Thames the Hotel Verta is a luxury boutique hotel with all the facilities of a top London hotel but a more relaxed atmosphere. Their spa offers both guests and outside clients a variety of up to date treatments from Lymphatic Drainage Massage to waxing and anti-aging facials. Their Reviver package includes afternoon tea and 3 hours access to the spa’s facilities; you can also opt for one of their tester treatments for an extra £35.

Credit to  Karl Cossio on Flickr, 2010

Credit to Karl Cossio
on Flickr, 2010

Kallima Spa at Hilton Syon Park: Situated in Brentford just outside the hustle and bustle of London is the Hilton Syon Park’s Kallima Spa. The Kallima has state of the art facilities and a luxurious but tranquil atmosphere; this is a spa to visit when you just need to get away and relax. The spa draws on the knowledge of its experienced therapists and an array of niche products to create a personalised experience for each client. Their afternoon tea package includes 1 half an hour treatment and a champagne tea; you also get the use of the spa’s facilities.

So SPA at Sofitel St James: Based in a gorgeous grade II listed building in central London the Sofitel London St James hotel oozes luxury so you’ll be pleased to hear that their spa offers a range of day packages. The So Spa is dedicated to providing each client with a rejuvenating but highly unique experience making it a true oasis of relaxation in the heart of the city. The spa’s So Magnifique package features an hour long treatment of your choice, afternoon tea and use of the spa’s relaxation lounge.

Credit to  Dennis Wong on Flickr, 2008

Credit to Dennis Wong
on Flickr, 2008

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