What are the wet areas like at Chuan Spa London?

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Before indulging in a signature balancing massage or Thalgo facial at Chuan Spa London, you’ll want to head to the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star spa’s wet areas and embark on what the spa calls its “Chuan Tri-bathing Ritual.” The first step is to work up a sweat in the green-and-blue tiled steam room or cedar sauna before cooling off in the shower and taking a dip in the vitality swimming pool. Because you’re alternating between hot and cold environments, your body will be both relaxed and invigorated, which will help awaken all of your senses.

We certainly like the steam, sauna and pool for sure, but our favorite part is unquestionably the showers. Each frosted glass, private shower in the locker room features a hand-held showerhead, along with a rainfall showerhead that offers sprinkling shower and deluge settings, so you can simultaneously immerse yourself in differing water pressures and temperatures. Grab one of the body loofahs and a shaving kit from the pull-out box of toiletries located in front of the showers, and spend a good 15 minutes scrubbing clean until you’re revitalized for your treatment. Thanks to Chuan Spa’s wet areas, you’ll find it easy to cleanse both body and soul.

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