Where To Get A Good Pedicure In London
Where To Get A Good Pedicure In London

Where To Get A Good Pedicure In London

Whether you’re after a quick fix or a longer pamper session, there are plenty of great nail bars across the capital offering top-quality pedis. These are the ones we rate…
By Sapna Rao

Ama at the Londoner

The Luxe Option

A hotel nail salon is always a spoiling option – and right now, Ama’s residency at The Londoner gets our vote. The best bit is that the prices aren’t extortionate, making it a great gift to yourself or a loved one.

Visit AmaTheSalon.com


The Aesthetic Choice

Whether you’re at its bars on the King’s Road or at one of its outposts in Mayfair and Shoreditch, Townhouse is always an Instagram-worthy experience. Aside from the aesthetically pleasing interiors, the high-quality expertise, reliable treatments and speciality nail art make it a fashion-girl favourite. Don't miss its new Spring/Summer 2024 nail art designs which are based on all things LA, drawing inspiration from Slim Aarons' iconic poolside photographs - think vibrant colours and sophisticated metallics for something a bit different.

Visit Townhouse.co.uk


The One-Stop Shop

DryBy is a great place for a relaxing Saturday pamper session. Choose from a range of polish shades, supplied by the likes of CND and Nailberry – we’d recommend finding a bit of inspiration via its well-curated Instagram page before you go.

Visit DryBy.co.uk

Ama At The Londoner
Ama At The Londoner

Shoreditch Nails

The Fun One

Tired of neutral nails? Shoreditch Nails can help you switch things up. specialists in vibrant shades and cool nail art, there’s a range of vegan and cruelty-free products on offer, making it a go-to for more creative looks and kind-to-the-planet formulas.

Visit ShoreditchNails.com


The Girls-Day-Out Spot

Linnean is a luxury hair, beauty and lifestyle destination in the heart of Nine Elms’ Embassy Gardens. Its team of in-house experts use non-toxic, 90% natural gels and polishes, all of which are vegan and cruelty free. Plus, you can pop in to get your hair done or have a massage, before finishing up with a trip to the on-site restaurant.

Viait Linnaean.co.uk

Duck & Dry Mayfair

The Pre-Party Treat

If you’re in the mood to treat yourself, Duck & Dry makes for a great pre-party pit stop. Alternatively, buy a bundle to enjoy regular BIAB or gel appointments and maintain your nails all year-round.

Visit Duck&Dry.com



Margret Dabbs

The Medical One

Less pampering, more functional – but with a lovely clinic – this one’s a winner if you need some serious help with foot-related issues like calluses, fungal issues, athletes’ foot and more. Performed by a trained podiatrist, the treatment begins with a comprehensive consultation, followed by a detailed diagnosis.

Visit MargaretDabbs.co.uk


The Affordable One

Using products from The Gel Bottle and applying a deluxe hydrating mask to the hands, this is the perfect place to come for an afternoon of pampering at a reasonable price. It lasts 75 minutes, so you really get good bang for your buck.

Visit CowshedSpa.com


The Natural One

For those with sensitive skin or a preference for natural, herbal and environmentally-friendly products – make this your go-to. While Aveda may be better known for its hair treatments or facials, we rate the Aveda Spa manicures and pedicures highly, too. Designed to address any dry, ageing skin or rough cuticles in an all-in-one treatment – which includes a great massage – you can book either 45- or 60-minute appointments. 

Visit Aveda.com

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