Activities & Days Out / 24 March, 2017 / My Baba
If you’re out of ideas for what to get your Mum for Mother’s Day, why not try an experience? Pamper parlours are always a good shout, so then you can treat mum whilst also lapping up some TLC yourself! We’ve put a list together a list of our favourite places to pamper Mum, whether it be salon, spa or nail bar!
Duck & Dry is the brand behind the finest blow drys and up-dos in London! The original shop is on the trendy King’s Road, but if you’re in central they have just opened up a new store at Oxford Circus, and we were lucky enough to go to it’s launch. Each of the salon’s supply you with a luxurious hair transformation experience, and the decor is lush!
The Ham Yard Hotel is possibly one of the chicest and stylish places in London, with it’s own bowling alley, bar, cinema, guest rooms and restaurant, their Soholistic Spa is just the cherry on top!
This award winning nail bar won’t disappoint. Step through the door and you’ll find a menu of no nonsense, high quality nail treatments, a cafe, and a bar! Wine not sip on Prossecco whilst having your own mani-pedi?
This renowned hair salon has been a feature of Covent Garden for over 26 years, and there’s a reason for its long reign! Windle & Moodie supply a top-class service and are also constantly at the forefront of beauty and fashion trends.
Whether you’re visiting The Electric Cinema, Cheeky Nail Parlour, Neville Barber, The Kitchen, or Josh Wood’s Parlour, this is the ultimate place to be pampered. You can spend the whole day in this three-floor extravaganza of beauty treatments and entertainment.
An independent and eco-friendly creative space in the heart of Shoreditch. Butchers is a hub for fashion, art and beauty with the best experts in the business.
And relax. Have a treatment at one of London’s most luxurious day spas, and take time to take in the true oasis of tranquility in the heart of Chelsea.
Lastly, The Berkeley Healthy & Club Spa. Transporting you to a countryside heaven whilst your situated in the centre of London. On the 7th floor there’s a rooftop pool and secret garden where you can squirrel yourself away on summer days and be inspired by the view over the green acres of Hyde Park.