Celebrity Beauty Expert, Media Guru and Top Editors Join Forces to Create the Ultimate Spa Guide - Introducing The Luxury Spa Edit

Selecting a spa break is far more complicated than a typical holiday. Why? Because it’s personal. Massaged, stretched, soothed and preened – you are literally putting yourself in someone else’s hands.

A recent Ofcom study found that the average adult clocks up a whopping eight hours 41 minutes engaged in some form of media or digital communication, compared to an average of eight hours 21 minutes sleeping in a 24-hour period. That means we spend more than half of our waking hours staring at a device of some kind, we have never needed a spa break more!

When choosing the right spa to visit, most would agree that recommendations from friends is the only really reliable way to go. Enter The Luxury Spa Edit – a new trusted guide by the UK’s top spa aficionados. True experts in every sense, with contributors to The Times Travel, CN Traveller and Louis Vuitton City Guides, these Editors know good spas. Combining their extensive background and unparalleled knowledge of the wellness industry, The Luxury Spa Edit is the ‘Mr and Mrs Smith’ if you will, of the spa world. Founded by celebrity beauty expert and makeup artist to the stars, Lisa Brown and Media Director, Amanda Camilleri they have curated a trusted online platform to source the perfect wellbeing or spa destination around the globe bespoke to the user’s very own wellbeing desires.

The dedicated Luxury Spa Edit features carefully selected elite spas and resorts, ranging from luxury brands such as Aman, Six Senses and Four Seasons to key wellness retreats such as FX Mayr, Clinique la Prairie and Lanserfhof, tried and tested by some of the UK’s most trusted spa writers for the ease of the consumer. It’s been designed with women and men in mind who have limited time for research and wish to book their ideal retreat, whilst being safe in the knowledge that the standard is exceptional.

"It’s taken four years to build and perfect The Luxury Spa Edit," says Editor Lisa Brown, "We wanted to do our research and take time to create a trusted platform. In our ever-increasing fast-paced world, our aim was to make it as easy as possible - to create a one-stop website for clients to find and book luxury spa and wellness breaks.”

The website couldn’t be easier to navigate with an alphabetical list of spas and retreats broken down into continent or country with clear images, treatment reviews, facilities and activities and details on how to reach the spa. Search options include everything from spa facilities and treatment types to solo, family friendly or romantic retreats. Booking is made simple, by clicking directly through to the web page. 

Media Director Amanda Camilleri adds “We’ve visited and reviewed over 300 elite spa and wellness resorts, all of the properties we recommend are handpicked by our team. There are a lot of great spas out there, but also a lot of awful ones - leisure clubs in the guise of a spa - choosing one of our recommend spas means you are guaranteed it will be of a high standard.”

And it’s not just UK and global spas, The Luxury Spa Edit also features The London Edit which includes an extensive list of health eateries, clinics and therapists available in the Capital covering everything from Botox and LED facials to juice recipes, holistic and alternative treatments, recommended by renowned industry contributors.

As well as spa reviews from Lisa Brown and Amanda Camilleri, The Luxury Spa Edit contributors include a whole host of luxury wellness experts including: Juliet Kinsman (Mr and Mrs Smith, Louis Vuitton Guides, Wonderland, Financial Times), Leo Bear (Conde Nast Traveller, Sunday Times Magazine, Tatler), Toni Jones (Daily Mail), Lindsay Frankel (Deputy Editor at Glamour), Anna Hart (Travel Editor at Stylist), Lysanne Currie (Group Editor at IoD Director), Laura Ivil (The Times, CN Traveller), Eva Wiseman (The Observer) and Amanda Byram (Fitness expert & TV personality)

https://www.theluxuryspaedit.com

 

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