Inner-city beauty sanctuary is now open at Brown’s

Rocco Forte’s newly refurbished Brown’s Hotel, in the heart of London’s Mayfair, has opened a new spa, offering a wide variety of treatments for both in-house guests and non-residents.

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By  Sarah Gain Published  April 10, 2006

Rocco Forte’s newly refurbished Brown’s Hotel, in the heart of London’s Mayfair, has opened a new spa, offering a wide variety of treatments for both in-house guests and non-residents. The Spa offers beauty, grooming and fitness facilities, including three private therapy rooms, with one luxury suite for two, and a 70m² fitness centre. The selection of health and beauty treatments available at The Spa at Brown’s uses products from skin care lines such as Dr Sebagh, Carita, Chantecaille and Aromatherapy Associates. The signature spa treatment at the Brown’s Hotel is a hot milk and honey foot facial. “The luxury pedicure combines an invigorating sugar and honey exfoliation prior to a hot milk foot soak, followed by a deeply relaxing pressure point foot massage,” said Victoria Charles, Rocco Forte’s press and public relations manager. “The treatment concludes with an aromatic foot wrap, which is leaves even problem areas smooth.” The Spa at Brown’s also provides a bespoke selection of beauty and grooming treatment packages. Red Carpet is a six-hour head to toe pampering experience, which includes a rebalancing warm stone therapy, facial, manicure and pedicure, hairdressing and make up, champagne and light meal. The Brown’s Detox package comprises overnight accommodation in a classic king or twin room at the hotel, an energy tonic breakfast, and almost three hours of treatments. A full body polish, detox body wrap, re-mineralising massage and a re-balancing facial are included, and guests also get a home detox kit so that they can keep up the routine at home. “The bespoke selection of beauty and grooming treatments is ideal for unwinding after a shopping trip, relaxing before an evening out, or as an antidote to stressful business life,” Charles concludes.

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