Spa Verta London is located at Bridges Wharf, Battersea, London SW11 3BE, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Spa Verta London and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Jack Bizzell

1 Google Rating

taken money for spa days - refuse to contact customers or issue refunds. They lie constantly to your

1/ 5

taken money for spa days - refuse to contact customers or issue refunds. They lie constantly to your face or simply ignore you. DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY

Ion Teale

3 Google Rating

Great value for money, spa access is cheap and has a small but good pool, two saunas and a steam roo

3/ 5

Great value for money, spa access is cheap and has a small but good pool, two saunas and a steam room. Air beds are very good in the pool, facilities just fine otherwise. Changing room was untidy, small and the place is in genral need of a spruce up. For the money you can't go wrong but a little tired .

Kirsty MacKenzie

4 Google Rating

This was a great find in the basement of a Crowne Plaza hotel in Battersea. The facilities aren’t

4/ 5

This was a great find in the basement of a Crowne Plaza hotel in Battersea. The facilities aren’t huge but for a few hours it had enough to keep me happy. There are two saunas at different temperatures, a steam room and a small pool with some jet features. I also had a treatment and opted for the afternoon tea which were both good. My only gripe was that the towels that were provided were very crusty and looked quite old and grey rather than nice fluffy white towels that other spas provide.

Les 3 Millers

3 Google Rating

3 stars as they provide DISPOSABLE cotton slippers. Immensely wasteful policy!! Re-useable flip-flo

3/ 5

3 stars as they provide DISPOSABLE cotton slippers. Immensely wasteful policy!! Re-useable flip-flops would ABSOLUTELY add to the pleasure of this facility. Please, I implore you, to change this policy URGENTLY. Other than the above, very good facility and the staff are helpful, friendly and extremely accommodating!

Lindsay Richards

5 Google Rating

Hands down the best spa experience I’ve had in London. Sure, it’s not the newest or the shiniest

5/ 5

Hands down the best spa experience I’ve had in London. Sure, it’s not the newest or the shiniest, but it’s rare to find a spa that has a pool you can actually swim in PLUS good sized and correct temperature saunas (two of them! Aromatherapy!) and steam room. They also have a foot bath as part of the hot/cold cycle, which I’ve never seen in any other spa, and hoses for cold water. The experience showers weren’t fully working though. Plus, the staff were absolutely lovely and the treatments a very high standard. Followed it up with afternoon tea overlooking the river for a perfect day! Thanks!

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