Moroccan pampering at Dolphin Square Spa.
Inspired by the essence of Northern Africa, this spa fuses ancient Moroccan inspired rituals and modern-day spa treatments.
At the time of its construction in 1935, Dolphin Square’s 1,250 posh Pimlico flats were advertised as the ‘largest self-contained block of flats in Europe’. Being five minutes from Parliament and the MI5 headquarters, at one time, more than 70 MPs and 10 Lords lived there.
A luxury development like Dolphin Square usually offers residents all kinds of commodities and exclusive services to keep them safe within their exclusive walls. Dolphin Square goes a step further than most complexes, offering its inhabitants a blissful Moroccan-themed day spa, as well as a state-of-the-art fitness club and pool.
A perfect sanctuary away from London’s constant commotion, the combination of authentic Moroccan Hammam and Rhassoul rituals, including a salt-infused steam room, will relax, revive, restore and re-energise your body. Moroccan treatments range in time and price: the Hammam ritual, where your body is soaked in warm water before a Tellak exfoliates away impurities using an olive-based soap and Kessa gloves, lasts 25 minutes and totals £42; the Rhassoul ritual, which uses rich lava clay and steam to draw out toxins and soothe and nourish the skin, lasts 40 minutes for a sum of £45; the Arabian scrub & nourish uses a combination of movements and a luxurious orange peel scrub for a thorough full body exfoliation, lasting 40 minutes and costing £49. For those who want to take it a step further, indulge in the pricier 55-minute Luxury Rhassoul or Hammam treatments.
There are plenty more signature rituals and facials for luxury pampering at the Dolphin Square Spa, including the Moroccan Rose Indulgence, where your body is wrapped in a Moroccan rose cocoon, or the 23-carat Gold Body Ceremony, a head to toe treatment ending in a 55-minute gold facial (all the while wrapped in, you’ve guessed it, a cocoon of gold). The spa also offers some imaginative overnight packages, with accommodation in one of the Dolphin House apartments.