How’s detox January going? Or are you suffering a bit from baby cabin fever?

With the end of January just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to take a moment for yourself, unwind and rejuvenate, ready to take on February with a clear mind and fresh face. Here to help you indulge in a little ‘me time’ are two of London’s best kept secrets!

For Her…

Grace Belgravia
This private members club for women is the perfect home away from home. Grace Belgravia is the ultimate destination for pampering, rejuvenation and wellbeing that operates under the mantra that our greatest asset is our health. All this is fanatstic news for stressed out new mamas, who can take advantage of the spa’s wide variety of bespoke treatments, such as the Grace Intensive Cleanse programme, hammams, skin and body assessments from the in-house doctor and even a dry flotation bed.


Gym bunnies will rejoice at Grace’s facilities – with postnatal training packages and gym assessments specifically designed for postnatal exercise. And if you’re in need of a space to relax, eat fine food, drink some wine and catch up with friends, the Grace Café is the spot to be.


spa-mensFor Him…

Bourdon House
This Georgian mansion in the heart of Mayfair is the London home of luxury brand Alfred Dunhill and a one-stop shop for a little quality man-time.

After a light spot of retail therapy, with some custom tailoring and bespoke leather goods no less, one tired papa can grab a wet shave or haircut at the in-house, traditional barbershop space. Aching limbs will be glad of Bourdon House’s premier spa where you can indulge in some Aromatherapy Associates products, enjoy a massage, a facial or even some grooming. After all that, why not kick back with a drink at the Cellar Bar or indulge in some fine British fare at the Courtyard restaurant?


For a group trip or special event you can even rent out their impressive subterranean 12-seater screening room, fully equipped by Meridian Audio, the luxury audio-visual experts. Snacks are even delivered straight from the Cellar Bar. Who said shopping was stressful? 

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