Draycott Hotel Introduces New Spa and Wellness Experience

Photo courtesy of Draycott Hotel and Ruuby

London’s Draycott Hotel has launched a new spa and wellness experience in partnership with RUUBY Black Label. Available to guests from the comfort of their own room or suite, the service offers more than 60 health and beauty wellness experiences.

Spa treatments include facials by established skincare brands Natura Bisse and Merder Beauty, massages, aromatherapy and reflexology. Beauty-focused treatments include tanning, manicures, pedicures, hair removal, eyelash extensions, blow drying and makeovers. Also available are physical health sessions like personal training, yoga and Pilates.

In each room and suite, guests will find an extensive menu of everything the new program has to offer. Guests can email ahead of their stay or call reception if they want to schedule a service (experiences are available 24 hours a day but require advanced booking). Therapists and technicians from RUUBY Black Label then meet guests in their rooms at the time of their appointment. Treatments, with the exception of facials during peak hours, are all priced the same and are charged at an hourly rate depending on the time of day. Rates start at around $136 an hour.

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Located just off Chelsea’s Sloane Square, the Draycott Hotel occupies three restored red brick Edwardian homes. The property offers 35 rooms, many with their own fireplace and garden view.

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