Befitting the rest of the hotel, the spa here is an underground haven of stone, wood and lashings of Italian minimalist design. Set over multiple seductively lit floors, the jewel is undoubtedly the pool: surrounded by sumptuous four poster double day beds, this is London’s longest hotel pool and one of the best places we know to escape the frenetic pace of the city.
The gym is run by the award winning team at Workshop Gymnasium and as well as their great PT sessions, you can do yoga, water barre (in the aforementioned pool), reformer pilates and have fascia release treatments – a must if you’re just off a long-haul flight.
Treatments here do not come cheap but then again Bulgari isn’t a brand to head to if you’re looking for a bargain. Instead, the focus here is on expertise and the menu has been designed to offer a blend of advanced treatments – like 111 Skin, iS and Swiss Perfection Facials and cryo energy cellulite sessions. They also have resident healers including osteopathy with Susannah Makram, massage with Marzena Zawadzka and Traditional Chinese Medicine with David Peters. They also offer excellent treatments for men, making it a great place to head to (or a great place to gift a loved-one a treatment).
The food here is as sumptuous as you’d expect. Press a button by your day bed to order a host of healthy salads and Workshop Gymnasium smoothies. If we could move in here, we would.