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NoMad’s first European boutique hotel announces plans for exclusive wellness partnerships
POSTED 22 Jun 2021 . BY Megan Whitby
In booking the exclusive Signature Treatment (£350, €409, US$488), guests will experience a ritual practised by de Mamiel founder Annee de Mamiel
This beautifully historic building is the perfect setting in which to deliver our treatments to help guests on an emotional, cellular and physical level
– Annee de Mamiel
NoMad London will launch a new wellness offering in partnership with Ricari Studios and de Mamiel
Ricari Studios and de Mamiel will each take over one room within the hotel to offer tranquil treatment spaces for guests
NoMad London – the first European outpost for vibrant American boutique hotel brand NoMad Hotels – is set to launch a new wellness offering in partnership with LA wellness institution Ricari Studios and beauty brand de Mamiel.

NoMad London opened in May and is housed in an opulent 19th-century former magistrate's court and police station.

As of 21 June, Ricari Studios and de Mamiel will each take over one room within the Roman and Williams-designed hotel to offer tranquil treatment spaces for guests.

Founded by skin health specialist Annee de Mamiel, de Mamiel is built on decades of scientific studies, and deeply rooted knowledge of anatomy, physiology, aromatherapy, acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine.

Suite 103 on NoMad’s first floor will become home to the de Mamiel Skin Clinic which will offer two bespoke treatments including a 75-minute Digital Fatigue Facial costing £250 (€292, US$349) and a 90-minute bespoke Signature Treatment practised by Annee de Mamiel herself.

Costing £350 (€409, US$488), the Signature Treatment is designed to work on an emotional, cellular and physical level.

Each appointment is tailored to the individual with techniques specifically chosen to deliver results.

The treatment focuses on realigning the skin, spirit and body, beginning with a deep diagnosis of present stressors, before implementing breathwork, meditation and tuning forks with acupuncture and Qi rejuvenation massage to release tension from within.

The ritual is powered by de Mamiel’s skincare collection to repair any past cellular damage while relieving the body from imbalances such as insomnia, digestive issues and emotional unrest.

This treatment is designed to instil a sense of calm, grounding and nourishment and leave guests and their skin looking and feeling rejuvenated.

Founder, Annee de Mamiel said: “Due to the ever-changing situation over the past year, we’ve really missed having a residency so we couldn’t be more excited to have found our summer home in London as part of NoMad’s new wellness offering. This beautifully historic building is the perfect setting in which to deliver our results-driven treatments to help guests on an emotional, cellular and physical level.”

In addition to the de Mamiel outpost, Suite 107 on NoMad’s first floor will become home to LA-founded health spa Ricari Studios.

With locations in New York and LA, Ricari was developed to bring a more refined and innovative approach to spa culture and specialises in silhouette-sculpting lymphatic drainage treatments and restorative body and face treatments.

Ricari will provide two 65-minute signature treatments – a Signature Body Face treatment costing £195 (€228, US$272) and The Signature Body Focus priced at £165 (€193, US$230).
 


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NoMad’s first European boutique hotel announces plans for exclusive wellness partnerships
BY Megan Whitby

In booking the exclusive Signature Treatment (£350, €409, US$488), guests will experience a ritual practised by de Mamiel founder Annee de Mamiel

In booking the exclusive Signature Treatment (£350, €409, US$488), guests will experience a ritual practised by de Mamiel founder Annee de Mamiel

NoMad London – the first European outpost for vibrant American boutique hotel brand NoMad Hotels – is set to launch a new wellness offering in partnership with LA wellness institution Ricari Studios and beauty brand de Mamiel.

NoMad London opened in May and is housed in an opulent 19th-century former magistrate's court and police station.

As of 21 June, Ricari Studios and de Mamiel will each take over one room within the Roman and Williams-designed hotel to offer tranquil treatment spaces for guests.

Founded by skin health specialist Annee de Mamiel, de Mamiel is built on decades of scientific studies, and deeply rooted knowledge of anatomy, physiology, aromatherapy, acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine.

Suite 103 on NoMad’s first floor will become home to the de Mamiel Skin Clinic which will offer two bespoke treatments including a 75-minute Digital Fatigue Facial costing £250 (€292, US$349) and a 90-minute bespoke Signature Treatment practised by Annee de Mamiel herself.

Costing £350 (€409, US$488), the Signature Treatment is designed to work on an emotional, cellular and physical level.

Each appointment is tailored to the individual with techniques specifically chosen to deliver results.

The treatment focuses on realigning the skin, spirit and body, beginning with a deep diagnosis of present stressors, before implementing breathwork, meditation and tuning forks with acupuncture and Qi rejuvenation massage to release tension from within.

The ritual is powered by de Mamiel’s skincare collection to repair any past cellular damage while relieving the body from imbalances such as insomnia, digestive issues and emotional unrest.

This treatment is designed to instil a sense of calm, grounding and nourishment and leave guests and their skin looking and feeling rejuvenated.

Founder, Annee de Mamiel said: “Due to the ever-changing situation over the past year, we’ve really missed having a residency so we couldn’t be more excited to have found our summer home in London as part of NoMad’s new wellness offering. This beautifully historic building is the perfect setting in which to deliver our results-driven treatments to help guests on an emotional, cellular and physical level.”

In addition to the de Mamiel outpost, Suite 107 on NoMad’s first floor will become home to LA-founded health spa Ricari Studios.

With locations in New York and LA, Ricari was developed to bring a more refined and innovative approach to spa culture and specialises in silhouette-sculpting lymphatic drainage treatments and restorative body and face treatments.

Ricari will provide two 65-minute signature treatments – a Signature Body Face treatment costing £195 (€228, US$272) and The Signature Body Focus priced at £165 (€193, US$230).



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