Let's face it. Being a Mum can be tough. The endless cycle of routine and picking up after kids, and partners, can take a toll on us both physically and emotionally. So why not treat yourself (and maybe take along a few girlfriends) for some pampering at one of these wonderful spas and treatment centres around London.
Enjoy peace and tranquility, right in the heart of London, at this wonderful spa within the 5 star Courthouse Hotel. Enjoy tailored treatments, renowned spa products and a heated swimming pool. See a list of the spa's treatments here.
2. Akasha Hollistic Wellbeing Centre Location: Regent Street
Boasting itself as the most exclusive spa in London, Akasha has nine treatment rooms with a large holistic treatment menu. Energise, revitalise and rejuvenate with Indian body treatments, facials, massages or beauty treatments. See here for full list of the exclusive treatments.
3. Netala Massage and Therapy Centre Location: Soho
Looking to get a massage? Netala has you covered for a range of massage treatments, including an aromatherapy massage and deep tissue massage. See here for a list of all treatments and prices.
4. Bamford Haybarn Spa Location: The Berkeley Hotel, Belgravia
Located within The Berkeley Hotel, the treatments at Bamford Haybarn Spa are the perfect way to pamper yourself and relax! Using organic products, each treatment at this day spa will leave you feeling revitalised, refreshed and soothed. For a list of treatments, see here.
5. Cowshed Location: Primrose Hill
Offering a wide range of spa treatments and packages, Cowshed has you covered for all your pampering needs. Whether that be a massage, a body wrap, a facial or a nail treatment, take a few hours out from your day to relax and unwind. Cowshed at Primrose Hill also offers a variety of maternity treatments for all the expectant mums looking to relax and unwind.
Do you know of any other incredible spas and places to pamper yourself? Please let us know in the comments below. We would love to hear from you!
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