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While everyone else is busy detoxing and eating carrots, treat yourself to a chocolate body wrap, a martini and a manicure, or perhaps a glass of champagne in a sensuous Moroccan spa: Welcome to the New Year Retox.

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London’s Dolphin Square is where the bold, the beautiful and indeed the clever, flock to. And now there’s one more very good reason to follow suit, opened just a few weeks ago: the Moroccan-themed Spa.

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“I’m proud to say that I’ve recently discovered a trio of holistic treatments to keep me looking forward positively. They are (drum roll): Bikram yoga, colonic cleansing and aromatherapy massage…”

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Grayshott Spa, a gorgeous historic country house in Surrey. 59 bedrooms, 36 treatment rooms, a truly tranquil setting with 47 acres of gardens, woods and sweeping lawns, adjoining 700 acres of National Trust land. And, relax…

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Belinda Carlisle once sang, “Heaven is a place on earth…” Well I think she may have been singing about the Es Saadi Resort and Gardens, a five-star luxury hotel and palace, just outside the rose-pink walls of Marrakech.

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I could feel myself hunched up and I made a conscious effort to stand and walk taller as I strode along Park Lane, on my way to the Four Seasons spa. As stressed as I was, I was also incredibly excited…

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Saturday shopping hoards are pounding the pavements of Regent Street, yet in a subterranean treatment room, slathered in fragrant oils and ensconced beneath a blanket, all that couldn’t be more distant to me.

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Sophie travels to Spain for a much-needed detox at the SHA Wellness Clinic in Alicante, to experience the philosophy of macrobiotics at one of the best equipped spas in Europe. She even gave up wine. Or so she says…

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We earthlings often succumb to the call of the cocktail for relaxation. But at the white wonderland of the Sanderson Hotel’s Agua Spa, Emyr Thomas finds there’s a more celestial chill-out available to humanity…

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A Martini and a manicure, a pint and a pedicure, and a Mexican asking if you want it soft, medium or firm? Douglas Blyde finds himself at the So Spa in St. James, confronting his metrosexuality in the former Bank of Nigeria.

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