A spa day is an excellent way to carve out some time to relax making it the perfect present for anyone who would appreciate the chance to clear their mind, forget their to-do list and spend a day doing nothing except enjoying the moment they are in.
Guests will enjoy a warm welcome and a chance to get away from it all for a day with a relaxing dip in the pool, a soothing steam or just a few hours doing absolutely nothing.This spa experience is the ideal way to give someone the gift of relaxation as they are pampered by experts and make the most of the state-of-the-art facilities that the hotel has to offer.
This experience is perfect for anyone with a hectic schedule as it can last as long as they choose, with all-day access to the spa’s facilities included in the experience. Guests will be able to enjoy a relaxing 55-minute treatment and a light lunch is also included, so visitors don’t have to think about anything except for enjoying themselves.
As well as robes and slippers to help visitors to really embrace the spirit of relaxation, this experience also includes use of the steam rooms, saunas, swimming pool, fully-equipped fitness centre and other facilities for as long as they want.
Heavenly Face and Body Ritual (part massage and facial)
Deep Tissue Muscle Massage
Hot Stones Massage
Vitamins packed Facial
Your treatment will last approximately 55 minutes and the facilities can be enjoyed all day. This experience is for one person however there will be other people there on the day. This package is not suitable for spectators. Additional guests can pay to join you on the day.
Please inform us of any skin allergies or medical conditions that may affect you taking part in this activity. A health check will be required which may result in the spa requesting a medical certificate.
The minimum age for this experience is 18 years old. This package is available Sunday to Friday, throughout the year, excluding Bank Holidays.
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