Our Wellbeing Edit | St James's London

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Our Wellbeing Edit

Discover a world of wellbeing in central London

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When the nights begin to draw in and the leaves have a slight crinkle underfoot, it’s the perfect time to make a little time for you. Regent Street and St James’s neighbourhood is the go-to place for self-care and wellbeing, helping you to relax and feel re-energised as a new season unfolds. Discover boutique gyms, spas, world-leading fitness classes and places that help you feel that little bit more you..

Indulge in a spa day

Looking to spoil yourself? A spa day is just what you need and the choice is yours in central London. Choose from a number of hidden sanctuaries including the Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre at Hotel Café Royal complete with an 18m pool, sauna, hammam, jacuzzi and lounge bar. Or, head over to Sospa at Sofitel St James’s - we recommend treating yourself to a facial from the new HydraFacial partnership range.

A pit-stop pamper

Don’t have time for a full day in the spa? If time is of the essence swing by Glow Bar to experience an infa-red sauna session before heading next door to Dry By for a manicure or blow dry, both on Mortimer Street. For men, a visit to Ted's Grooming Room or Truefitt & Hill will give you a moment of relaxation with their expert grooming team on hand.

Get the endorphins going

Perhaps self-care to you is all about getting those feel-good endorphins going. Book in for a blood-pumping expert-led session at one of the many wellbeing spots in the area including Barry’s, Psycle London or Third Space Soho around Regent Street or Coach London, E By Equinox, Ten Health & Fitness or Nordic Balance in St James's.

Shop for self-care at home

If you’d rather treat yourself in the comfort of your own home, there are plenty of spots to pick-up all you need in central London. Think beautiful skin care at Aesop, L’Occitane, Kielh's or Dr Harris. Then swing by Penhaligon’s or H&M Home to choose a soothing candle before finally T2 or Whittard of Chelsea for some calming herbal teas, a recipe for bliss.