The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Paris has made it to number one on Forbes' 'Palace' hotel spa hotlist. But that's just one reason to visit, says our writer
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The pool in The Spa
To whimsically wander the streets of Paris, circling the Eiffel Tower, or to tour the Louvre feels indulgently cinematic and oh-so-chic, but the concluding reality of sore feet and an aching back can somewhat dampen the romance. Fortunately, here enters The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Paris which is not only one of the largest in the city – spanning 900 square metres, spread over two floors – but also the best, having recently topped the Forbes list of the most spectacular spas of the eight hotels awarded 'Palace' status in the French capital.
Place Vendôme, near Mandarin Oriental, Paris
The view from the Royale Orientale Suite
The public, not just guests, can enjoy it, too. After a long morning of shopping, leave your bags at the door, slip tired feet into soft slippers and prepare to be pampered surrounded by Sybille de Margerie’s enchanting interiors – white walls of delicate flowers and silver butterflies. You will receive a comprehensive one-to-one consultation before your treatment to ensure it’s tailored to your needs. The private massage suites are equipped with their own vitality pool and bathroom, while a ceiling of twinkling lights, provides a soothing atmosphere to calm the mind as well as unwind the body, leaving you dreamy, doe-eyed and restored, ready for another day of sightseeing.
The Couple’s Spa Suite
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