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The Sanderson Spa

The Sanderson

Consider The Sanderson Spa in London's West End if you're looking for a stylish "Urban Spa". A review of The Sanderson Spa shows a place that offers a tranquil escape from the bustle of the city. Located in a landmarked 1950s building, our review gives an idea how it has been transformed by Philippe Starck into a world of fantasy and wellbeing, the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate.


The Sanderson Spa in London is over 10,000 square-foot of pampering tranquillity. Inside this Cocteau-like dream world you'll find :

  • Miles of diaphanous white curtains
  • 14 all-white treatment rooms
  • Chill-out zones
  • Meditation beds
  • The Bathhouse
  • A 24-hour Gym

The gym is of course equipped with the best in cardio and resistance equipment, and has personal trainers available to provide a thorough fitness assessment or customised workout programme. With skilled help and motivation, you'll be surprised how quickly you can achieve your fitness goals.

There's also studio space where they offer both indoor and outdoor yoga and fitness sessions.

The spa offers an eclectic array of rejuvenating treatments that combine the best of ancient and modern techniques to leave you feeling refreshed and renewed.

The interior courtyard has been landscaped into a lush garden, and is complemented by Zac Pelaccio's Suka restaurant. So for a thoroughly modern experience in the heart of the city, why don't you explore what they have to offer?



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