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Carden Park to open a standalone luxury spa in 2020
POSTED 22 Oct 2019 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
The Spa at Carden Park will open on 6 January 2020
Creating a world-class spa takes time as we wanted to make sure that everything is perfect and offers our guests a unique and rewarding experience.
– Steve Ewing, director of spa at The Spa at Carden Park
Carden Park in Cheshire, UK, has confirmed that its upcoming spa, The Spa at Carden Park, will open its doors on 6 January 2020, and has opened a hotline to accommodate early bookings.

The spa, which is located on the grounds of the privately-owned hotel, is housed in a 4,500 sq m (48,000sq ft) standalone facility that boasts a wide range of experiences such as a vitality pool, ice fountain, foot baths, snow shower, thermal cabins and heated loungers.

Other facilities include a spa garden – planted with fresh herbs that will be incorporated into some of the treatments – and a Bollinger champagne bar.

In addition, it will offer an extensive treatment menu of body and face rituals from natural skincare brand Elemental Herbology.

Steve Ewing, director of spa at The Spa at Carden Park, said: "Creating a world-class spa takes time as we wanted to make sure that everything is perfect and offers our guests a unique and rewarding experience. We're extremely pleased to have set an opening date and to be now taking bookings.

"Whether guests book in for a spa day, treatment or residential stay, entering The Spa at Carden Park they will be encouraged to let go and just be."

The spa was created by consultant Nikki Kurran, who worked alongside Barr & Wray Interior Design, Pave Always Building Contractors and HB Architects to develop the £10m spa.
 


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Carden Park to open a standalone luxury spa in 2020
BY Lauren Heath-Jones

The Spa at Carden Park will open on 6 January 2020

The Spa at Carden Park will open on 6 January 2020

Carden Park in Cheshire, UK, has confirmed that its upcoming spa, The Spa at Carden Park, will open its doors on 6 January 2020, and has opened a hotline to accommodate early bookings.

The spa, which is located on the grounds of the privately-owned hotel, is housed in a 4,500 sq m (48,000sq ft) standalone facility that boasts a wide range of experiences such as a vitality pool, ice fountain, foot baths, snow shower, thermal cabins and heated loungers.

Other facilities include a spa garden – planted with fresh herbs that will be incorporated into some of the treatments – and a Bollinger champagne bar.

In addition, it will offer an extensive treatment menu of body and face rituals from natural skincare brand Elemental Herbology.

Steve Ewing, director of spa at The Spa at Carden Park, said: "Creating a world-class spa takes time as we wanted to make sure that everything is perfect and offers our guests a unique and rewarding experience. We're extremely pleased to have set an opening date and to be now taking bookings.

"Whether guests book in for a spa day, treatment or residential stay, entering The Spa at Carden Park they will be encouraged to let go and just be."

The spa was created by consultant Nikki Kurran, who worked alongside Barr & Wray Interior Design, Pave Always Building Contractors and HB Architects to develop the £10m spa.



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