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Mandara Spa at Park Plaza Westminster Bridge
Mandara Spa at Park Plaza Westminster Bridge
Park Plaza Westminster Bridge,
200 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7UT,
United Kingdom

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Mandara Spa at Park Plaza Westminster Bridge
Park Plaza Westminster Bridge,
200 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7UT,
United Kingdom

Opening hours

Mon - Sun 9:00am - 9:00pm
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  • Accepts eVouchers

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Mandara Spa at Park Plaza Westminster Bridge part of Mandara Spa

The Mandara Spa at Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, London is the first Mandara Spa in the UK, and the only one in Europe. The 700sq metre Mandara Spa offers guests a unique sensory experience, inviting you to escape your world, and indulge in a Mandara moment. Inspired by the exciting modern lines of the Park Plaza hotel, the brief for the Mandara Spa interiors was to mirror the feel of the hotel with a contemporary twist, whilst maintaining the luxurious touch of Asia.

The spa facilities include one double and eight single treatment rooms, two pedicure and three manicure stations. The treatment menu offers Mandara Spa for indulgent body therapy and Elemis skincare for facials and detox therapies. As a finishing touch, select from a range of Bliss nail and waxing services and indulge yourself with a glass of champagne and seasonal berries. For those seeking the ultimate relaxation opt for a 20 minute power nap after your treatment to help you unwind. The Spa Boutique offers a beautiful range of products and accessories from the new Mandara Spa range and luxury British spa and skincare brand, Elemis, as well as best-sellers from Bliss, allowing you to continue your spa experience when you return home.

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  • Body
  • Body Exfoliation Treatments (1)
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  • Facials (6)
  • Massage
  • Aromatherapy Massage (2)
  • Balinese Massage (2)
  • Stone Massage Therapy (2)
  • Therapeutic Massage (3)
  • Nails
  • Pedicure (2)
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Posted 1 year ago
Ive have been to so many different spas and salons over the years but by far i found that my experience at Mandara Spa was phenominal.

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Visited December 2011
Posted 2 years ago
I took my Mum for a treat just before the New Year as this spa deal included tea for two in the Hotel Executive Lounge and we had a fabulous table overlooking the Houses of Parliament for that. The Elemis spa is great - it's a pity that there isn't a relaxation room with automatic massage beds or a hot-tub but there is a nice pool and a sauna and a salt steam room and the spa area is as luxurious as any Elemis spa anywhere. The treatments were wonderful and my therapist was wonderful too. We had a marvellous time and my mother now expects me to treat her to more spa goodies.

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Visited November 2011
Posted 2 years ago
This could not have been a nicer experience! The treatments & therapists were fantastic, the spa very relaxing and the afternoon tea was amazing! We sat for afternoon tea in a beautiful executive lounge which looked out over Westminster bridge, the sandwiches, cakes & champagne were fabulous, I highly recommend this experience!

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Visited September 2011
Posted 2 years ago
Nice spa - fab pedi area which we didn't try. Pool was nice if quite simple - very uncrowded which was great considering was only a couple of days after the wahanda offer and a saturday afternoon!

steam rooms and saunas were quite small. changing facilities etc adequate.

elemis massage was absolute heaven, best massage i have ever head! facial was really good too. therapist was fantastic, sadly i can't remember her name.

the afternoon tea didnt add much to the experience - it was served in a large soulless atrium albeit with good views of westminster. it was all set up for our arrival which was lovely but the sandwiches were a tad stale and the cakes not the greatest. would have been happy however to pay £67 just for the beauty treatments and use of the spa so cant complain.

would go back - v easy to get to just across westminster bridge. would like to try the balinese treatment next time as its meant to be amazing.

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Visited November 2011
Posted 2 years ago
My mother and I went for a massage and facial that was supposed to be done at the same time. Unfortunately a therapist had just fainted so we ended up being done one after the other which was not what we were wanting as we both had an hour to hang around on our own but these things happen! Ambiance and atmosphere was perfect. The therapist, Sabi, was amazing. I have had facials and massages from many people all around the world and she was the best therapist I have ever had. Her massage was a hot stone massage for 30 mins and the facial was for 30 mins also but she was so good it felt like it was for much longer. I would go back just for her, my Mum also had her and agrees! We got to use the facilities which were quite disappointing. Sauna, steam room and pool were a bit dark and dingy. Not worth the "£25" stated. We were then escorted to have our afternoon tea. Views of Westminster and Big Ben and we had the place to ourselves. The afternoon tea was a nice selection of sandwiches and cakes which were ok. Really glad we went as it was enjoyable but I would only go back for a treatment as it wasn't worth the facilities and afternoon tea. Overpriced even on deal.

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Visited October 2011
Posted 2 years ago
Great location, facilities are all brand new and loved that they had a powerplate in the gym and a swimming pool! Massage and facial were both lovely and well done but the cherry on the top has to be the "tea". The view across to Big Ben from your table and the executive lounge with its super high ceilings were so impressive, what a treat. And the layout of the sandwiches and cakes was very stylish and I have to say having been to "tea" at the Mill Bank tower the Plaza was better quality and much more variety. Miles ahead of the Mill Bank Tea!

Would definitely recommend you go and treat your special ones! You'll love it .

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Visited November 2011
Posted 2 years ago
I could use the facilities ie. pool, sauna and steam for only 1 hour but so could the children of the hotel so it was very noisy and not at al restful. The spa is cleanand the staff very agreable. The treatments were relaxing and the tea was fantastic !

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Visited November 2011
Posted 2 years ago
The Spa location is wonderful, the staff was helpful, the tea wonderful. The only downside is that i could only use the facility for 1 hour and that the children from the hotel were allowed in the pool area, so it was noisy. There is no relaxation room so not really a Spa, just a noisy pool a good treatment and a lovely tea !

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Visited September 2011
Posted 2 years ago
This was my second visit to Mandara spa, after previously having had a Balinese massage when the spa first opened this year.
This time I booked in for their special offer on the Revitealize Afternoon Tea and Spa Package for both myself and my sister as a pre-hen gift. At £109 per person it’s still fairly expensive but included the choice of any 50-minute massage followed by Afternoon Tea in the Atrium Lounge.


We both chose the Balinese massage as this is the signature treatment at this spa, and the same treatment I’d had on my first visit so I already knew what to expect / how good it is!
Before my treatment started, my therapist, gave me a choice of aromatic oils for my massage. I chose a sensual Sandalwood oil for relaxation. We were then led to our separate treatment rooms, which were very spacious and had a warm, calming vibe.
Before the massage started a rest was placed just under my knees to raise my legs slightly and my feet were cleansed with a warming wet towel (this I have learnt over the years is always done at any spa that truly believes in the holistic element of a massage to ensure the detoxing element of any massage is not affected).
My massage was as good as the time previously. Balinese massage uses a combination of deep-tissue massage, acupressure and gentle stretches aimed at stimulating your circulation so she used a mixture of long strokes, as well as pressure. She could feel the worst area was my shoulders and the top of my back, which is due to working on a computer and at a desk all day so spent a lot of time working out all the knots.

After our massages, we spent some time relaxing at the lounge area with some complementary tea. There was also plenty of fruit and little bite size snacks.

We then spent an hour by the pool, which we had all to ourselves before getting re-dressed and were taken up to the atrium for our afternoon tea.

Again we were lucky as we were the only ones there so had a prime table at the front of the building looking straight onto Big Ben and the houses of parliament, which was spectacular, and really special.

The tea itself was yummy and consisted of finger sandwiches, pastries, scones and cakes as well as your choice of tea. The service was of a really high standard – it was almost as though we had our own personal waiter, and the food was endless. We were offered more of everything as soon as even half of one section had been eaten. Make sure you haven’t eaten before you go as you truly will be stuffed after. We actually couldn’t finish all of ours despite giving it a really good effort!


As the day was a surprise for my sister I had also booked us both in for an hours luxury milk pedicure (£60) to end the day. The pedicure area is very modern with big relaxing chairs with a massage element. There was a huge plasma tv playing fashion footage to watch as well as a pile of glossy mags to keep us entertained. The pedicure started with the feet being soaked in milk and almond oil, followed by scrubbing and a quick foot massage before finally the nails being treated and painted. I chose a bright pillar box red which lasted for weeks after.

I would definitely return as both the treatments were exceptional however as it is a higher end spa and therefore the prices are reflective of that, it might have to be as more of a place I treat myself rather than a monthly must have.

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Posted 2 years ago
Went to a meeting at The Park Plaza and followed this by a 60 minute Balinese Massage in Mandara Spa. So impressed with the ambience and facilities - the decor was beautiful and I wish I had had all day to spend relaxing there!

The Balinese Massage was lovely - we were offered a selection of oils to pick from based on scent and the results we wanted to achieve. I opted for a calming combination and it definitely did the job! My therapist was lovely, very friendly and professional, and I would ask for her when re-booking as she did a great job. Really excellent treatment in lovely surroundings - there aren't many places like this in London.

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