The perfect Spa Sanctuary in the heart of the City at Four Seasons Ten Trinity Square


As I walked into the gold mosaic tiled Spa reception area, located in the subterranean levels of the gorgeous Four Seasons Ten Trinity Square I instantly felt relaxed. Just streets away are crowds of tourists around Tower Hill, yet in the hotel I felt a total sense of serenity and calmness.

The hotel is housed in the former Port of Authority building and I adore that they have retained aspects of the history of the building, be it from the cups and saucers they use for their Afternoon Tea service, or the giant book viewable just before you enter the Rotunda restaurant, where the actual deals used to take place.

I have visited the hotel several times for dinner at Mei Ume, as well as for Afternoon Tea. But the Spa was a first time experience for me and I was really excited. It has a really modern design by Joseph Caspari and I just adored the domed ceilings, gold luxe interiors and elegant interiors.

I was offered a refreshing tea as a welcome drink whilst I filled out the form with how I wanted to feel after my treatment. I chose relaxed and de-stressed.


The treatment I had opted for was an Amala’s Personalized Massage, which is a bespoke therapy to address individual needs.

A quick change in the large and spacious changing rooms into my robe and slippers and I was ready to meet my therapist and relax for the next 60 minutes in one of the eight Spa treatment rooms, which was stunning and with dark, neutral interiors.

Her name was Melissa and she was absolutely lovely. I explained that I had suffered a back injury a few years ago and that if she could focus in that area it would be ideal and she was so good. I literally felt so at ease and slipped into a state of total chill whilst she massaged my body with cold pressed Energizing massage elixirs which smelt absolutely amazing too. A head massage at the end was the icing on the cake and I have to say it is probably one of the best massages I have ever experienced.

After the massage she gave me a refreshing and hydrating glass of cucumber infused water to drink and then led me to the Spa relaxation rooms, where you can unwind further. I sat here for a while before heading off to try out some of the Spa’s facilities.

I was most excited about the stunning 14 metre swimming pool and adjacent vitality pool, which has hydrotherapy bubbles and is just so dreamy. There are lots of sun loungers around if you want to relax by the pool too.

There is also a sauna and steam room which I of course tried and it was brilliant. The facilities are state of the art and I could literally see myself here again taking time out from a stressful day and relaxing at the absolutely wonderful Spa.

It has a Roman feel with the white columns and there is a reason for this. When strengthening the hotel’s foundations due to its historical past, archaeologists actually uncovered some Roman finds such as chalk-walled cellars, cesspits, animal remains and a well reinforcing the connections between Tower Hill and Roman Britain.

I thoroughly enjoyed my Spa afternoon and treatment and left feeling utterly relaxed and happy. As they say when in Rome 😉

I had the most wonderful time at Four Seasons Ten Trinity and will be back to try more of the Spa treatments and relax in that pool very soon. If you are looking for a Spa sanctuary in the heart of the city which is luxurious and amazing, this is the one! I can’t recommend it enough.
If you would like to find out more about Mei Ume, you can read my review here. I absolutely love the Chinese and Japanese dishes served here and would highly recommend it.

You can find out more about Four Seasons Ten Trinity Square here.

Disclaimer: My Spa treatment was complimentary. All photos and views re my own.



About Binny

Hi, I'm Binny - a writer, dreamer and serial wanderluster with a love for Wildlife Conservation. I am originally from Kenya but I now live in London. 'Karibu' to Binny's Food and Travel! I regularly share my experiences eating out, cooking and travelling, both in the UK and globally, as well as educate on the plight of Wildlife. I am an ambassador for World Animal Protection and regularly support the work of The Born Free Foundation, Four Paws and Dreams Come True Charity. I love packing my bags and going off on adventures as one of the best things about travelling is the ability to just get lost in it. To set aside the maps and itineraries and just see where the road takes you, learning and evolving and living in the moment along the way. It's my goal to get swept off my feet as often as possible!

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  1. What a delectable treat as an afternoon!

    Posted 11.15.17 Reply
  2. This hotel spa looks incredibly relaxing. The photos are beautiful! I will definitely keep it in mind for future as every woman needs a spa day in her life every now and then! X

    Posted 11.15.17 Reply
  3. Always love it when a London Hotel has a secret pool

    Posted 11.15.17 Reply
  4. It has to be one of London’s most beautiful spas!

    Posted 11.16.17 Reply
  5. Aftab wrote:

    I loved spending the afternoon with you, B! Same time again next week?

    Posted 11.17.17 Reply
  6. Wow! I have to go here, I fell in love with the hotel when we visited Mei Ume and the spa looks divine! x

    Posted 11.18.17 Reply
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