The beauty spa in Oxford Circus will close after a year-long closure after its owner filed for bankruptcy.

The Olympia Beauty Spa and Body Shop in the popular tourist hub of the city of Bristol was bought by owner and owner of the Olympia Beauty spa and Body shop, who is now a new company, Olympia Holdings.

In a statement, the Olympia brand said: “We are incredibly proud of the fact that we have been able to build on the legacy of Olympia and the Olympia Spa to become the largest, most prestigious and most prestigious spa in the UK.”

We have grown over the years to become one of the UK’s largest and most well-respected spa brands and are very proud to have been a part of the past 50 years of Olympia.

“I am very excited about the opportunity to continue to grow the Olympia family through this new company.”

Olympia Beauty Spa has been run by its owners since 2012, and the owners said that it was a long-standing partnership.

In an interview with the BBC, Olympia chief executive Ian Wood said: ‘We are committed to bringing a new and unique beauty and wellness experience to our customers and the community.

“Our vision is to build a place of elegance and comfort that reflects our rich history and heritage.”

Omaha Holdings owns a number of beauty brands in the US, including Missha, Sephora, Clinique, and Burt’s Bees.