This week I have been at the PA Show in Excel London and had such a great time!
It was so nice to see so many familiar faces and catch up with people face to face who I haven’t seen in so long!
It’s so nice that we can FINALLY attend events again!
From two days standing and not stop chatting I needed some R&R to top the week off.
If ever I do any big events, I always make sure to finish with a massage or spa day to ensure I down get run down and to relax my body.
The Spa at Four Seasons Ten Trinity Square
I had never been to the spa at Four Seasons Ten Trinity before and one of our members, Danielle Francis, highly recommended it to me. One of the best recommendations I have ever gotten, it was AMAZING!
We arrived around 1pm and got set up and changed into the most incredible robes which I have had before at The Edition Hotel. They are La Bottega and just incredibly soft and cosy.
We made our way to the spa area where there is a pool, sauna, steam and a vitality pool with lots of jets to really help those muscles which was so needed from standing for two days.
I then went in to get a full body massage for 60 minutes. It was amazing and it really relaxed me.
After the spa I had Afternoon Tea Booked in so was pressed on time.
Top Tip: If you are visiting the spa and have a treatment booked in I would recommend giving yourself 1.5hours before the treatment to relax in the pool area and then 45 minutes post treatment to relax in their relaxation room so a total of nearly 3.5 hours is needed there. I didn’t give myself enough time unfortunately.
More info on the spa can be found here
Afternoon Tea at The Rotunda
We then made our way upstairs to The Rotunda where there was live music in such a gorgeous setting and sat down for our Afternoon Tea.
The Crown Jewels Afternoon Tea overlooks the Tower of London – home to the royal jewels of past kings and queens, and the Afternoon Tea experience draws inspiration from the vibrant jewels.
Inspired by the world-famous Crown Jewels, Executive Pastry Chef Sylvain Sylvain Goujon has created a selection of pastries including a ‘The Ruby’, made with chocolate, red cherry and green cardamom, inspired by the imperial state crown ‘The Coin’, a pastry of orange and black sesame, inspired by the Tower of London’s series of commemorative coins, and more intricate pastries. No British afternoon tea would be complete without freshly baked homemade scones and champagne, which will include Delamotte Brut, Charles Heidsieck and AR Lenoble Rosé.
We also enjoyed a selection of sandwiches.
The staff throughout the hotel are so professional and helpful and truly amazing.
More info on the afternoon tea can be found here
All I can think about is when I can go back again! Truly incredible experience and highly recommend it.