The Chancery Court Spa is a luxury hideaway where you can relax your mind, body and soul. The choice of nine invigorating ways to pamper your body includes the popular Ashtaag (eight-handed) massage for two. The spa offers a range of E'spa treatments as well as a VIP treatment suite for two, which can be booked out by the hour.
Spa at Chancery Court reviews
The hot stone massage was amazing - love every bit of it. Definitely the best massage I've had in years - and I do have a very good masseur who comes to the house regularly, so I am seriously impressed. Will be back soon.
by euanne (2 reviews
), 09 Dec 2009
I took my daughter to Chancery Court for her birthday after having researched spa options on urbanpath.com. The reviews, both good and bad, prepare you well for what to possibly experience.
We had a wonderful day. The team was upbeat, polite, timely and knowledgeable. The facilities were spotless. My 55 minute back massage was one of the best I have ever received - Sara knows her stuff. I think the pricing is excellent value compared to the other London day spas I have tried. My only suggestion would be to add aroma to the steam room and put up the temperature a bit.
by juliaruthward, 24 Mar 2009
I was a little unsure about booking because it's the first time me and my partner had been to a spa... plus, I was surprising my hubby-to-be for his birthday. My partner could not have thanked me enough – we both loved it! I booked the Harmony suite and enjoyed a sensuous 55-minute hot stone massage then the suite's private steam facilities. We had lots of fresh fruit, cold bottled water, robes, towels, slippers etc in abundance. The therapists used proper draping techniques and we didn’t feel uncomfortable at any moment. The hot stone massage was perfect for what I wanted to achieve – total relaxation! This was money well spent.
by Lo Lo, 02 Dec 2008
Wonderful. Very relaxing - an excellent place for a great massage and spa.
by adas, 30 Nov 2008
I was offered a couple of treatments here by my boyfriend and what a fabulous place! I had one of the best facials and full body massages ever! The therapist was lovely and the relaxtion room sublime. I would definitely recommend and will definitely be going again!
by fionakirsty, 26 Aug 2008
I had a treatment last Friday, after my partner suggested that I should go to de-stress. The lady doing the treatment was great, just what I needed after a busy week in the office. I can’t recommend it highly enough. Lovely receptionist too. The relaxation room was chilled out and peaceful. The treatment rooms were fresh and smelt amazing. Definitely somewhere you can escape from London life. Five stars.
by crisp-taaffe, 07 Aug 2008
Based on reviews both here and in other press, I was given a voucher as a present for a personalised massage. I have had many massages before, in a number of different countries, and this was one of the worst. It was very painful and far from relaxing. Muscles which started out normal are now all tight and sore due to the 'technique' used, which generally seemed to entail pushing as hard as possible in places where it couldn't possibly feel good (ie the bony base of my skull, my shoulder blades, the indentation on the inside of my ankles!) and also on any knotted muscles, rather than gently working out any tension... I generally like a firmer massage than most, but this wasn't a firm even pressure but instead pointed-thumbs into trigger-points pressure. The facilities are nice enough but I've seen better and paid less for the pleasure.
by eakerr, 31 Jul 2008
I had the most amazing treatment at this spa. It has to be the most stylish city spa I have visited in a long time. My therapist was excellent and the whole experience was deeply relaxing.
by cityvisitor, 26 Jul 2008
I have just returned from this spa and I must say I was a bit disappointed. Not by the facilities, but by my masseuse. The massage wasn't that great - I've had much better massages in other spas. She also went on talking to me for the first 15 mins and I was a bit annoyed by that (I don't go to a spa for a chat). However, she finished with a scalp massage and that was good - I nearly fell asleep.
I love the relaxation room. The showers are tricky though - you don't know which way to turn to open the water and which is the hot and which the cold (annoying when you just want to relax under hot water).
Otherwise, everything was great. I will surely return, but will change therapist.
by milou (2 reviews
), 08 Jun 2008
Chose the spa based on reviews, especially regarding the relaxation room. Great facility and friendly reptionist. Small changing area, but I had all I needed - the sauna and steam room. Actual treatment (full body massage) was quite disappointing though. My treatment room was next to the relaxation room and I could not relax due to the noise. I left the spa wanting to have another massage. The therapist didn't put in much effort and didn't really spend time on my shoulders. She then spent 5 mins washing her hands after the treatment, which I found distracting since I was trying to relax. Not professional! If you are looking for a good treatment, go to Elemis
if the facility itself is not so important to you.
by Ju (2 reviews
), 24 May 2008
Had an amazingly fantastic treatment after hearing so much about this spa and its bespoke treatments. I didn't expect to have a treatment by Samera Din herself (the head therapist). I felt so relaxed and just didn't want it to end! Make sure you rebook before you leave, as they get booked up so far in advance (I had to wait almost two months before getting another appointment with Samera). I was cared for so well there and will make it my regular escape.
by london78621, 24 May 2008
Back Buster Massage was the best £80 I've ever spent. Fact!
by v1cky1, 28 Mar 2008
Had holistic stressbuster. Was very good (I fell asleep!), though not as good as the regular (and less than half the price) massage I had at Ragdale Hall a couple of weeks later. The spa had been hired by a party of women who had completely taken over the changing room, so it was a bit cramped (though I think the staff anticipated this, as they apologised repeatedly before they took me through to the changing room). Very nice decor, certainly luxe. The relaxation room was lovely. Nice experience overall.
by lottie1980 (2 reviews
), 12 Sep 2007
My friend and I went after finding the offer on the urbanpath website and I have to say we were both impressed by the facilities. Although located in the changing rooms, the sauna and steam room were very clean and the Hawaiian shower was entertaining and unexpected. The only downside was we didn't realise how nice the relaxation room would be and could have quite happily spent another 10 mins reading magazines before we went for the treatments. Treatments were wonderful (Indian head massage) and the therapist was lovely. A thoroughly enjoyable experience.
by nono77, 07 Jun 2007
Fantastic - wanted to move in and live there forever!
by kirkland22 (2 reviews
), 01 Jun 2007
I had a wonderful experience at this spa. The staff are helpful and friendly, and the treatments are simply amazing. Wonderful relaxation area as well. I would definitely recommend.
by emira_ldn, 24 Mar 2007
Wonderfully clean, great treatments and wonderful relaxation room. Staff very kind - looked after me very well when I was taken ill (nothing to do with treatment!).
by suzychoosy (2 reviews
), 20 Feb 2007
Great atmosphere, great staff and fabulous treatments.
by Anonymous, 13 Dec 2005
Fantastic - we are going back... we had a great couples experience. Thank you.
by Van, 20 Jul 2005
I was pleasantly surprised by the professionalism of my therapist and the overall service.
by Anonymous, 11 Apr 2005
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