The Beaumont Spa, London
By Laura Hampson
Hidden just off London’s Oxford Street, moments away from Bond Street Station, The Beaumont is a beacon of a time gone by.
Set in an Art Deco building, dating back to 1926, the roaring 20s influence is clear to see throughout the hotel, with its black and white checkerboard tiles in the lobby and plush leather booths in the restaurant.
Downstairs, the in-house spa is of a similar design – but much lighter and brighter. Clad in marble mosaics, with Moroccan and Turkish influences, The Beaumont Spa is a calming oasis in the beating heart of the city.
This month, the spa announced its new partnership with iconic British skincare brand OSKIA, with guests now able to enjoy OSKIA facial treatments with specially-trained therapists.
We headed to The Beaumont to be the first to take these new facials for a test run.