The quiet elegance and world class personal service of Waldorf Astoria will be echoed in the intimate surroundings and treatment offerings of Kallima, the spa at London Syon Park. In addition to double VIP and single private treatment rooms, spa facilities will include Hydrotherapy and Vichy treatment rooms, swimming pool, whirlpool spa, steam room, sauna with TV and a fully equipped Technogym? gymnasium with personal trainers on staff. Premium spa brands Terraké, Leighton Denny and Anne Sémonin and the aesthetic services of the renowned Mr. Alex Karidis, MD FRCS, will set Kallima apart and redefine the concept of in-house health spa amenities.
London Syon Park, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel, sits at the edge of the two hundred acre Syon House estate, a pastoral English setting that has served as the country home of the Duke of Northumberland for over 400 years. Seven miles from the city's centre, London Syon Park will bring contemporary luxury to London's urban countryside with 137 magnificently elegant rooms and suites, drawing inspiration from its surroundings, its proximity to the Robert Adam designed interiors of Syon House and the enchanting heritage of its setting. Taking its cue from the ?Syon Pleasure Ground? created in the 18th century by famed landscape designer Capability Lancelot Brown, this new jewel in the Waldorf Astoria crown will offer the best of all pleasurable worlds ? tranquil escape, a tradition of grand hospitality and state of the art amenities that define both the Waldorf Astoria experience and the rich legacy of Syon Park.
Robert Adam once stated that Syon House is ?finished in a style to afford variety and amusement?. This theme will be represented throughout the London Syon Park guest rooms. Classical room amenities will blend impeccably with modern elements; sculptural glass shard chandeliers descending from ornate mouldings, guest bathrooms finished in timeless marble and limestone with recessed wall mounted TVs, illuminated rain showers and heated floors. Rooms will look out onto lushly landscaped gardens and reflecting pools, most from private balconies. Every guest room will feature high speed wireless Internet access and a 37? LCD HD TV with a media hub for integrating guests' personal electronic equipment with the TV.
London Syon Park sits at the edge of the Thames River, a stone's throw from Kew Gardens. Seven minutes to Twickenham Stadium, twenty minutes from Waterloo and 33 minutes by train from central London and everything the city has to offer. However, the greatest attraction at London Syon Park is its temptation to escape by simply staying put. Escape the city, escape work, escape the world. Get away from it all and explore the charming and bountiful artistry of Syon Park. Marvel at the leaves, photograph rare flowers, play croquet, ride bikes through the park, fish for trout, encounter wildlife and listen to birds. Or sit back and just soak in the magic of the countryside. Find your secret garden and restore your senses in the idyllic charms of Mother Nature and the nurturing hospitality of another Waldorf Astoria masterpiece.
The London Syon Park grounds once played host to a majestic butterfly house. Like those rare and beautiful creatures, guests will return to Syon Park again and again to experience the gracious surroundings. The stunning new butterfly house in the lobby gives guests a chance to see for themselves just how beautiful and dynamic nature can be. Stay long enough and you could meet the hotel's very own butterfly keeper. With London Heathrow Airport just seven miles away and a Helipad on the Syon House grounds, London Syon Park is an ideal meeting venue for business guests desiring gracious surroundings and state of the art conference facilities. Its setting overlooking the park makes London Syon Park the perfect spot for a wealth of illustrious occasions. The Grand Syon Ballroom, capable of hosting up to 450 guests, will set the stage for spectacular celebratory moments from fashion shows to weddings, charity balls to grand banquets, the verdant surroundings will enhance and extend the grand social spaces throughout the hotel. It's a place to see and be seen, an events venue for the new ages, a perfect merrymaking venue for the seriously social butterfly.
The original Waldorf=Astoria taught the world the art of dining out. The London Syon Park dining experience will thoroughly embrace this art and more. Brownies, with an outdoor terrace, will specialise in treats for kids of all ages with an array of hot and cold temperance drinks and a sundae bar that elevates ice cream, the cornet, and of course, the classic brownie to a new, dazzling level. Peacock Alley, the hotel's martini bar, pays modern homage to that timeless cocktail while honouring the legacy of Syon Park's historical Ice House. The Capability restaurant, wine room, smoking terrace and herb garden will present destination dining featuring ?Landscape Cooking?, showcasing the best in locally sourced seasonal cuisine accessorised with seasonal herbs grown on the Syon Park Estate? all presented with a touch of theatre. The Terrace will host London Syon Park High Tea, a continuation of the 400 year tradition of afternoon tea at Syon.