This London hotel is offering guests a well-being experience in a beautiful interior designed sanctuary

The search for a therapeutic escape amid the urban jungle can come to an end

The Mandrake dining room with pink walls and a large table dressing
(Image credit: The Mandrake)

London’s spiritual haven, The Mandrake, has reopened in style, and everybody can all indulge in all its remedial glory. The leafy Fitzrovia kingdom has announced three new offerings designed to ease travelers into the world once again – whilst surrounded by some of the most ambient interiors in the city. 

The Evergreen Evening, Soul Revival, and The Artisanal Experience are the aptly-named new hotel services that transport guests to faraway landscapes amid the hustle of the British capital. 

It seems we weren’t the only ones who got busy with a modern home makeover project over lockdown, as The Mandrake similarly revealed a range of new experiences that are a sensory treat for culinary and design lovers alike. Because at this hotel, the decor is just as delicious as the menu.

The Mandrake dining room with green walls and wallpaper

(Image credit: The Mandrake)

The Evergreen Evening, which is curated for nature enthusiasts, offers guests dinner at Jurema or in a botanic-filled greenhouse, home to medicinal plants from across the world. While the Soul Revival Package is an overnight revival package led by healing practitioners, and The Artisanal Experience draws primarily from the arty decor of the cabanas. 

The Mandrake’s founder Rami Fustok invited four artists, including IT Spain and Iris Brosch, to elevate the space and ‘bring Jurema inside.’ The artists created a cocktail of textures, patterns, and hues to create a breathing space where guests can lose themselves. 

The Mandrake table dressing

(Image credit: The Mandrake)

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Plus, while we take notes on The Mandrake’s new interiors, we’re equally interested in its exterior design – and even more importantly – its ability to epitomize indoor/outdoor living – the 5 star way. 

Beyond the kaleidoscopic cabanas, the hotel’s curative menu is equally enjoyed in The Jurema, the evergreen terrace area – which draws from the beauty of the Mandrake plant and combines its tropical allure with London’s metropolitan charm. 

The Jurema Terrace in The Mandrake

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The new offerings further emphasize The Mandrake’s signature juxtaposition of dark and light through hedonism and healing by offering an unrivaled sanctuary for travelers to relax, party, and delve into every experience in between.

The Mandrake mural in dining room

(Image credit: The Mandrake)

‘Although our lights have been dimmed over these past few months, The Mandrake invites one and all to come and shine with us once again,’ Rami explains. ‘We are reopening with extraordinary color and energy, offering an inspiring destination for our guests to celebrate togetherness, to celebrate living, and to continue growing our own universe at The Mandrake.'

'From nature lovers to spiritual souls and creative minds, we welcome guests to The Mandrake to once again feel inspired and energized,' he adds. 

The Mandrake pink dining room

(Image credit: The Mandrake)

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Discover more about the new well-being spaces and reserve your place on The Mandrake website. This also leads to more information about The Jurema restaurant.  

Megan Slack
News Writer

Megan is a News Writer across Future Plc’s homes titles, including Livingetc and Homes & Gardens. As a News Writer, she often focuses on micro-trends, wellbeing, celebrity-focused pieces, and everything IKEA. 

Before joining Future, Megan worked as a News Explainer at The Telegraph, following her MA in International Journalism at the University of Leeds. During her BA in English Literature and Creative Writing, she gained writing experience in the US while studying in New York. Megan also focused on travel writing during her time living in Paris, where she produced content for a French travel site. She currently lives in London with her antique typewriter and expansive collection of houseplants.