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I’ve already feedback my poor experience that I’ll recount here to management. After careful consideration I feel it important to reflect this here, as I continue to read articles purporting the Ned spa to be one of the best in London. My experience was anything...More
As with prior reviews I was quite shocked to arrive and find that non members aren’t allowed to use the facilities. That means changing in a communal room / shuttling your clothes across to large toilet cubicles with showers. There are none of the normal...More
My daughter booked this as a surprise mother's day treat, after travelling down from Manchester on the worst day (snow) of the year and her paying £240.00 for 2 facials we were told that as we hadn't spent £200 each we could not use the...More
a bit underwhelming, people chatting at the reception desk and not paying attention to the guest.deep tissue massage not adapted to the guest needs. the ned is lovely but the spa experience is rather average. not coming back.
I was able to use SpaFinder vouchers here and had a brilliant time. I had the speedy facial, which included cleansing and exfoliating, and I then had a mask put on. Whilst this was on, I was given a scalp massage and lovely shoulder massage....More
We went for a pedi and mani package which cost us £100 each. Pedi was meant to last 1h but it was only 40 minutes. Mani was about 20 minutes and was meant to be 30. All in all a very disappointing experience, very expensive...More
A great treat by my fiancé , lovely facilities including a pool . Nice relaxing massage and facial with a glass of bubbles
Thank robert k
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