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Review: Thai Square Spa, London

Thai Square Spa brings a touch of Thailand to a new location in Northumberland Avenue. Situated in the beating heart of London, it’s a great day spa where you can spend a few hours relaxing and revitalising mind, body and soul. Housed within a beautifully converted Victorian Turkish bath, it’s more spacious than its former site in Covent Garden and gives a great sense of space for relaxation post-treatment. The decor evokes visions of modern style Thai spa. It’s not a cliche with heavy wood and fake artefacts. In some places it is lively and vibrant with bright tiles in hues of copper and red. There are a few traditional wood carvings, gilt-hued murals and a well placed buddha or two. The facilities include five Thai Massage treatment rooms, six Ritual Massage rooms and one vast VIP Suite Treatment Room with private relaxation zone and steam room form just part of this restorative haven. Other standout highlights include a Vichy Shower Treatment Room, Himalayan Salt House and Ice Fountain. Signature treatments include the Temple of Jade Hot Stone Body …

Review: Thai Square Spa

THE SPA: The Thai Square Spa in Covent Garden is hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the shopping madness of the piazza.  Housed within a beautiful converted Victorian warehouse, the spa offers a haven of peace and tranquillity. Decked out in dark wood and natural stone, the reception area and spa itself are not short on Thai artefacts, gongs, statues and soothing music; once you leave the street you could truly believe you are in Thailand.  The spa includes 14 treatment rooms and a Mosaic Steam Rasul Suite plus a couple’s suite – so you are never short of available appointments. Two of the treatment rooms boast huge copper baths and the therapists are all originally from Thailand – this is the real deal. BRANDS: Authentic Thai brands Erb and Panpuri THE TREATMENT: I chose to have the Back, Neck and Shoulder Traditional Thai Massage. On arrival I was presented with a selection of traditional Thai teas – I went for a fruity blend and was then treated to a Floral Foot Soak (don’t …