These urban spas provide all you need to stay fit, fresh and ready for anything.
One of the largest clubs in Madrid, the Metropolitan fitness club has a floor area of over 4,000 square metres, with pleasant surprises at every corner. The fitness area is spacious and equipped with the latest Technogym machines, as well as a 500-square-metre section offering more than 800 running hours of activitiy per week, including such classes as yoga, zumba and body pump. Soothe those aching muscles at the spa with a speciality treatment, or reignite the inner flow with a skin treatment.
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Slow Life House
Its name defines the philosophy of this spa, in favour of easy living and more time dedicated to two lifestyle modes: unwind and relax. Located just a few minutes from the Puerta de Alcalá monument, Slow Life House combines an elegant address and well-designed space with an extensive series of high-end beauty treatments. It offers one of the best anti-ageing treatments in the city, as well as mani-pedis for men and women, tailored physiotherapy sessions, therapeutic massages, laser treatments for hair removal and cellulite reduction, as well as electro-stimulation workouts and the spa's famous subaquatic massage, to name just a few. LUXOS recommends the Carla de Bulgaria facial treatment.
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The Organic Spa
This spa is proof that Thailand does not have to be a 12-hour flight away. Prepare for an unrivalled experience in VIP with custom face and beauty treatments, pedicures and foot massages, and traditional body treatments from the Far East tailored to each client, whether you're solo or a duo. The best hands from Thailand can be found here. All cosmetics and aromatherapy products are 100% certified organic and unique, incorporating essential oils from precious flowers,plants and spices from Asia.
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It’s admittedly hard to find an excuse to skip your gym sessions if you're a member at Serrano 240. Launched in October 2014, this exclusive gym was designed for Madrid´s elite. Curated by accaimed interior designer Belén Domecq, the ambience is similar to that of a 5-star hotel rather than a workout venue. The entrance, common areas and the changing rooms are superbly appointed right down to the finest details. Onsite is a spa with a Turkish hammam, and a wet & dry sauna. There are 60 weekly group classes on offer, too. Extra perks include private oakwood lockers, paddling pools, and crisp robes to wear after your shower.
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Although Skin Inc opened its doors to the public in January 2011, it has since introduced a completely new cosmetic approach to the city of Madrid. In essence, it is a kind of Supplement Bar for the skin, providing not only cleansing, hydration, nutrition and protection, but above all a personalised treatments tailored to each individual skin type. The Japanese cosmetics brand believes that each person's skin is like a fingerprint with its own identity. To that end, you'll find highly concentrated, 100% pure active serums and skincare products from Japan. The programmes enable time-restricted individuals to create their own fuss-free skincare regimes, delivering maximum results. Skin Inc has two centres in Madrid, one in Calle de Velázquez and the second location is at the ME Hotel in Plaza de Santa Ana.
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