Dreamy Pregnancy Massage at So Sofitel Spa

Style Cratel Mom – Dreamy Pregnancy Massage by “Little Butterfly”

We have recently been treated with Dreamy Pregnancy Massage at So Spa at Sofitel London St James Hotel . Little Butterfly Organic Skincare has designed a delightful treatment helping to soothe and relieve any pregnancy strains and make you feel restored and rested. With this blissful massage, they use a Fall Into Dream Mother and Baby Oil; We have to admit, that Little Butterly massage is helps to truly unwind and relax those tired swollen pregnant muscles and make you feel very light and rested. And what we also loved is the fact that after the lovely treatment, to continue the spa journey in the comfort of our own home, we were given the newly opened bottle to be taken home with us.

 Sofitel London St James


Opened in July 2009, So SPA is a 392 square meter day spa designed by Sparcstudio. Distributed over three floors, the spa has retained the original features of the building with an elegant oak staircase, rose coloured marble walls, high plaster ceilings with intricate detailed decorative mouldings and Corinthian style marble columns.

A dark oak pavilion structure houses a social Tea Bar and retail boutique flooded with natural light coming from large windows, where guests can relax after treatments while enjoying a cup of tea.

Sofitel London St James

The spa journey begins with the view of a small French parterre style garden guarded by a large topiary French poodle, giving the space a very relaxing and refined ambiance.

On arrival, the client is guided through a unique and personalised spa journey. With the “French touch” spa menu inspired by gastronomy, clients can choose from starters, mains or desserts and even specials with signature treatments including the “So Rejuvenating” facial and the “So Exhilarating” massage created exclusively for So SPA. The “Martini and Manicure” is a glamorous way to enjoy a manicure with friends, and men might like to try the “Pint and Pedicure” treatment. What’s not to love!

Images courtesy of So Sofitel



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GOSIA KRAJEWSKI Fashion, Mommy blogger & Beauty Features Editor at Style Cartel. Former Senior Account Executive at JWPR (Capsule Comms) Worked for Marie Claire & Instyle


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