Agua London, the Tom Dixon-designed spa at the Sea Containers hotel on London's South Bank, has created a new spa programme for travellers arriving early at the hotel.
Called 'SPA on Arrival', the concept gives guests the opportunity to destress and detox from their travels in a calm environment before they check in.
Available between 8AM and 12PM everyday, seven days a week, the package offers three treament options, designed to ease the effects of jetlag, for guests to choose from.
The mini treatment menu features Jet Lag Rescue, a £40 treatment that includes a bottle of De Mamiel altitude oil, a silica mud mask, which can be self-applied in the eucalyptus steam baths, and herbal infusion drink, with ginger, lemon, honey and pepper, wrapped in a duvet in the spa lounge.
The Morning Nap treatment, £55, includes a magnesium spray, silica mud mask and a Soveral head massage oil, as well as an English chamomile tea. The Big Meeting Prep treatment, £45, also includes the silica mud mask, as well a Soveral energising face pack, eye cooling mask and a fresh vegetable juice with boosters in the spa lounge.
Guests will also be able to access the spa lounge, equipped with beds, duvets and hot water bottles, as well as male and female steam rooms.
Additionally, guests will receive complimentary robes, slippers and towels and will also be able to access lockers, where they will be able to store their belongings.
"We have such a big demographic of guests who travel overnight, it is important that our guests know our spa is available on arrival, complimentary, with mindful offerings designed to optimise their day", said a spokesperson from the hotel in a release.