The Good Spa Guide has announced the London's spa's that have made the cut for the 2021 award shortlist. 

A total of six spa's across London are part of the shortlist created by the guide, with a range of luxury to affordable options. 

The voting opened today and will close ahead of the awards ceremony on November 30 which will take place in London. 

Bvlgari Hotel London

This award-winning hotel is described as 'the crowning achievement of the hotel'. With a selection of the world's most advanced beauty, grooming, and health-enhancing treatments. 

The spa also has a 25m swimming pool that has a green and gold mosaic lining it, along with a vitality pool covered by gold leaf tiles. 

Plus, the spa has 11 private treatment rooms a gymnasium, and a luxury steam room.

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Jiva Spa, St James Couty Hotel

The Jiva Spa uses the philosophy of Jiva rooted in India's ancient approach to health and wellness. 

Using the traditional treatments is said to unfold a holistic path towards a person's life force. 

The spa uses trained experts, using only natural products in a fresh and calm setting. 


Rena Spa at Leonardo Royal Hotel

Based in the heart of the city the spa offers a tranquil experience that makes you feel like you're miles away from the city. 

 The Spa offers a range of treatments from a quick day experience or a relaxing overnight stay in the adjoining hotel. 

Price's starts at £90 for a day experience to £260 for a two-night luxury stay. 

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Sequoia Spa at The Grove

The Sequoia Spa is known for its luxury treatments and awarded a winning reputation. 

With a black mosaic titled pool, state-of-the-art fitness studio, and blissful treatments, the spa is perfect for everyone. 

This year the spa hopes to add the Good Spa Guide award to its already awarding-winning title. 


The Bath House- Russian Banya

The Bath House is unique in its treatment using traditional Russian Spa treatments. 

Including the ritual of parenie and the venik, in which you will have your own steam room and the use of soak oak or birch leaf to capture the steam and drive into your body. 

Of course, there is the option for some well-known treatments like a body scrub or a soap massage. 

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The Lanesborough Club and Spa

This award-winning spa is London's most exclusive private members fitness and health club and spa.

Giving members the option to experience world-class treatments from grooming to advanced skin rejuvenation facials. 

The Lanesborough has already achieved a number of awards including the good spa awards, Best Urban Spa 2021.