No.1 Traveller, Travel Spa
Whether you’re travelling for work and need unlimited Wi-Fi, or you want to kick-start your holiday with a spa treatment, the No.1 Traveller Travel Spa at Heathrow airport Terminal 3 provides the perfect airport escape.
The team has devised a concise treatment menu with a range of relaxing spa treatments all expertly designed with the traveller in mind.
Combining executive lounge and a spa, this savvy company operates a number of independent airport lounges – super stylish ‘pay-as-you-go’ retreats for passengers. You don’t have to be a frequent flyer to gain access and the mini-spa is a highly recommended add-on for a long haul flight.
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THE SPA TREATMENT
The Shoulder Relief Massage is a succinct pre-flight treatment performed through your clothes, making it ideal for the time-pressed traveller. It soothes a few aches and pains and at 15 minutes (£15) it’s just enough to ease a bit of tension from your shoulders. What it really helped with was to take the edge off the stress of customs, security and the crowds. I upgraded to an oil based mini-massage using Aromatherapy Associates oils which was absolute bliss before boarding a 12 hour flight to Singapore.
You can get a whole host of services at the Travel Spas including massages, facials, special pre-flight packages, hair treatments, showers, waxing, manicures and pedicures.
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THE SPA MAN’S BEST BITS
- Enjoying a quiet drink and a bite to eat in comfortable surrounds
- Friendly and expert therapists
- Escaping the crowds of the terminal and enjoying a relaxing massage
The No.1 Traveller Travel Spas are located at Heathrow (Terminal 3) and Gatwick (North).
Entry into the lounge (which costs between £15 and £30, depending on the lounge and whether you book in advance or pay on the door) covers complimentary food and drinks, magazines and newspapers, Wi-Fi, various comfortable seating options and fantastic views of the airport.
Treatments are additional.