The first thing you notice on entering Ajala Spa Tower Bridge, London is how quiet it is. Maybe its location 2 floors below the reception area of Grange Tower Bridge Hotel has something to do with it. Whatever the reason, I’ve got a feeling my time here’s going to be good.
The spa’s close to the heart of London’s financial centre. That said, it’s a central location and an ideal place for locals and visitors to unwind. This spa in Tower Bridge is spacious in size—something I wasn’t expecting on entering. The light fuschia/purple color motif reinforces the clear Eastern influence.
The spa in Tower Bridge
The treatment at Ajala Spa Tower Bridge
Before meeting your therapist, there’s a short wait in the relaxation room. It’s a quiet, impeccably clean space, with lounge beds surrounded by curtains for privacy, plus a tempting refreshments area.
All the staff here are incredibly friendly, but if you’re really lucky, you’ll get Maria as your therapist.
Super friendly, knowledgeable and professional, Maria treated me to the classic relaxation massage. As with all good treatments, it was insanely difficult to get up from the bed after the 40 minutes. If that wasn’t enough, Maria kindly gave me a few samples from the Caudalie Vinoperfect range to take on my next travels. The Vinoperfect Radiance Serum is particularly good.
One treatment on my list of things to try at the spa is the Divine Body Treatment. Cristelle tells me that it’s ‘good for relieving jetlag’, making it, unsurprisingly, very popular with business travelers and tourists in the hotel.
Ajala Spa Tower Bridge facilities
Along with the wide range of treatments on offer, they also have additional facilities. These include: a 25m swimming pool, Jacuzzi, steam and sauna, as well as a fully equipped gym and exercises classes. Check the website to see the current timetable.
Exercise aside, I came to relax, and along with the Jacuzzi, I absolutely love the foot spa. There aren’t any other spas I know that have their own spa area just for feet, but Ajala Spa Tower Bridge does! It’s relaxing, bubbly, and your feet will be looking and feeling softer afterwards. If you want to make it a full spa day, try the spa’s light lunch option (no swimming of course straight after).
This Tower Bridge spa’s in a central London location, making it ideal for booking a local tour. Skip the lines to some of the capital’s best attractions, and at lower price than buying at the door.
I can’t forget to mention how friendly and accommodating the staff are at Ajala Spa Tower Bridge. The team truly know the meaning of good customer service, and it made my experience that more enjoyable.
My time at Ajala Spa Tower Bridge was great but far too short. Luckily for me, I now have a guest pass, which I plan to use wisely by probably spending half a day in the foot spa!
Looking for nearby accommodation? Ajala Spa is part of Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, so it’s a very short walk back to your hotel room. The Grange Hotels group also has many locations in superb areas in the capital.
Disclaimer: Even though I was invited by Ajala Spa Tower Bridge, all views are my own and based on my own experience.Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links, which means I may receive a commission if you click a link and purchase something that I’ve recommended. Thank you for your support.
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