I’ve said before that the Four Seasons Spa in London is my favourite Spa in the city – and so any time I get the chance to pay it a visit I am over the moon. So when I was made aware that Wahanda actually offer online booking for my all time favourite spa, I was a pretty happy girl. In pretty much any salon or spa review, one of the main things I look for is convenience – I like to be able to book online. The last thing you want is to have to explain loudly over the phone exactly what type of bikini wax you want when in the middle of the office or at a bus stop. So booking online for me gets major brownie points – so knowing that Wahanda offer this service is pretty darn exciting.
A few years back when Wahanda first launched I was a total sucker for their regular deals and offers – constantly signing up for half price massages or deals on waxing packages. I haven’t signed up for these as much recently, but the online service has caught my attention again – knowing I can search by service, and by deal and then book from the comfort of my laptop is a huge selling point.
The ease of clicking a few buttons just makes the whole thing easier – meaning that in a few quick steps I was all booked and ready to go for my hour long massage at the Four Seasons Spa London. It’s a spa I have been to before (I had a Caci Facial there previously) so already knew I loved the whole experience and this one was no different. It was a little busier than last time, but it was a Saturday so that’s to be expected. I arrived a little early so I could make use of the pool and spa facilities before my treatment, which whilst the changing room was busier – you didn’t notice this once in the main area. I had the relaxing pool all to myself for the majority of the time and only shared the sauna with one other.
I then made my way through to the waiting room ahead of my treatment, the whole place really does feel a million miles away from busy London. The views from the treatment rooms looking over the park are just gorgeous and you can choose how you want the curtains (open/closed/blinds etc). The massage itself was pure bliss – I tend to lean towards heavier pressure as I like to feel like they’re really doing the job of getting my laptop-hunched shoulder knots de-tightened and this certainly did. As the massage is custom I requested they focus on that area and they really did – I felt like a weight had been lifted by the time I finished. I also love the fact they let you choose all elements, from the music to the oils used – so it really is a totally custom experience.
One of my favourite elements is going to the little relaxing pods post-treatment – where they leave you with a drink, beds to lie down on and some little nibbles that I can never quite work out what they are (but they’re tasty). I made sure I planned to have enough time to chill here for a while post-treatment as find it just makes the whole thing more enjoyable when you don’t need to get dressed and rush off straight away.
Overall, this yet again confirmed my love for the Four Seasons Spa London – it really is a little piece of heaven above the London skyline. In fact, the picture on my Facebook page is taken of the view from the Four Seasons across the city.
Thank you Wahanda for letting me trial the online booking service for this. A definite selling point for keeping organised with those essential beauty treatments or for something more pampering like this wonderful massage.
To book yourself in for some pampering check out the Wahanda website.
I was a guest of Wahanda at the Four Seasons Spa London.