Lon­don

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Re­lax: The Ned ho­tel’s spa is di­vided into five spa­ces — grab a body treat­ment or fa­cial at Cow­shed, a quick man­i­cure at Cheeky, a cut and colour at Miguel Perez, a makeover or makeup les­son at The Pow­der Room, and, for men, a wet shave at Ned’s Bar­ber­shop. 27 Poul­try; Lon­don; www.thened.com.

Must see: Head to the fourth floor at Har­rods for The Well­ness Clinic, which of­fers ev­ery­thing from cryother­apy to in­tra­venous vi­ta­min trans­fu­sions. The Sa­lon de Parfums on the sixth floor is where you can sam­ple the exclusive range of high-end fra­grances. 87-135 Bromp­ton Rd; www. har­rods.com.

Hair: Pop in for a blow-dry at Sa­lon Sloan, which was founded by styling ex­pert John Vial and is con­ve­niently lo­cated on Lon­don’s pre­mium shop­ping strip. 2 Hol­bein Pl, Sloane Square; www. sa­lon­sloane.com.

Nails: Wah Lon­don (pic­tured, above right) should be your go-to for all things hands and feet. Be­sides man­i­cures and pedi­cures, the ex­pert staff here spe­cialise in nail art — no de­sign is too tricky. 4 Peter St; www.wah-lon­don.com.

Shop: As Queen El­iz­a­beth II’s of­fi­cial per­fumer, Floris (pic­tured, top) knows a thing or two about cre­at­ing a fra­grance. The orig­i­nal lo­ca­tion ( 89 Jermyn Street) is worth see­ing — af­ter a re­cent ren­o­va­tion it still feels clas­si­cally el­e­gant — or visit the Ebury Street store for a be­spoke per­fume ex­pe­ri­ence. 147 Ebury St; www. floris­lon­don.com.

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