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LONDON Where to revive

<strong>Mandarin Oriental</strong><br />Go for the Ginger Ritual. This jet-lag busting treatment uses a finger pressure technique, whereby the therapist applies pressure to the body&rsquo;s shiatsu points to stimulate the flow of energy. Ginger-infused hot towels over the kidneys and a deep massage boosts lymphatic flow and helps relieve the pain of cramped joints. 1 hour and 50 minutes is &pound;265. 66 Knightsbridge SW1X 7LA, 020 7838 9888.<br /><br /><strong>Elemis at Terminal 5</strong><br />The ultimate travel spas are in British Airway&rsquo;s super-swish lounges. All treatments take place on an intelligent massage chair that warms the body and gives a targeted acupressure body massage covering every area of tension. Go for Flying Feet: a hot lime compress and hot stones massaging the foot&rsquo;s soles are highlights. The Galleries at Heathrow Terminal 5. Elite-class travellers only. See ba.com.<br /><br /><strong>Gentlemen&rsquo;s Tonic</strong><br />This is the ultimate destination for men&rsquo;s grooming and wellbeing in London. It provides one of the best-known treatments for travellers too &ndash; the signature massage is, in fact, called The Traveller, a full-body treatment that soothes tired, tense plane-bound muscles while enhancing deep relaxation. 31a Bruton Place, W1J 6NN, tel: 0207 297 4343