The Landmark London's spa ready for reopening
The Spa and Health Club at the The Landmark London hotel, UK will relaunch on 1 May after undergoing an extensive, six-week redevelopment programme.
Treatment rooms, spa reception and changing areas have all been redesigned and reconfigured as part of a strategy to improve the spa’s customer journey.
Specialist consultancy SMC Design was brought in to plan the re-design, which includes the use of materials – such as dark copper and porcelain stone tiles – deemed to have a “synergy with the architecture” of the spa’s historic surroundings.
The 300-bedroom Landmark London is housed in the Hotel Great Central building in Westminster. Dating to 1899, the building was designed by Sir Robert William Edis and was one of the original grand hotels of the late Victorian era.
Adolf Schauer, hotel manager at The Landmark London said: “Our aim when reopening the Spa and Health Club is to ensure that each and every guest experiences a luxurious journey in keeping with the hotel’s relaxing environment.”
The spa, located at The Landmark London, now houses four treatment rooms, a fitness suite, one of London's few chlorine-free indoor swimming pools, steamrooms and a sanarium.
Owned by Thailand-based Lancaster Landmark Hotel Company, the spa recently signed a partnership deal with luxury skincare house Germaine de Capuccini, which now supplies the spa’s treatment menu.
Signature treatments include those administered using Germaine de Capuccini’s multi-functional Modular platform, Efficy. Tailored to each client, the Efficy machine provides specialised therapies including facial revitalisation, facial dermo-toning, eye contour and skin firming.
Schauer added: “By partnering with a unique line of skincare products from Germaine de Capuccini we are providing guests with the best therapies from around the globe, all to be enjoyed in the serene surroundings of the new spa.”