It’s been an absolute pleasure working with the spa team at Carden Park over the past two years, we’ve created a truly exclusive experience for our guests with some magnificent show-stopping touchpoints
– Nicki Kurran
Carden Park Hotel, Cheshire, UK, has officially launched a new spa following a £10m construction project.
The Spa at Carden spans 4,500sq m and was created by consultant Nicki Kurran, who worked alongside Barr & Wray Interior Design, Pave Always Building Contractors and HB Architects.
Kurran told Spa Business: “It’s been an absolute pleasure working with the spa team at Carden Park over the past two years, we’ve created a truly exclusive experience for our guests with some magnificent show-stopping touchpoints”.
The destination spa has 14 treatment rooms, three themed relaxation rooms, two indoor saunas and an ice fountain. Spa guests can also visit experience showers, a salt steamroom and a tepidarium.
Set within the hotel’s 1,000-acre grounds, the spa’s been developed to provide guests with a wellness reset using nature, and claims to feature one of the UK’s largest spa gardens which is also home to an all-weather Bollinger champagne bar.
The gardens include five heated relaxation pods, fire pits and a garden sauna, as well as three outdoor hot tubs and a vitality pool. The garden is also planted with fresh herbs that are incorporated into treatments.
Guests are offered a range of face and body treatments inspired by TCM’s (Traditional Chinese Medicine) Five Element Theory – the belief that everything in life needs to work in harmony in order to achieve perfect equilibrium. The treatment menu features facials, scrubs, wraps and massages, as well as beauty services.
Treatments are being supplied by Oskia, Margaret Dabbs London, Made for Life and Elemental Herbology.
Steve Ewing, spa director, said: “The Spa at Carden is truly world-class, bringing together the best facilities, new treatments and the highest level of service. The end result has really surpassed our expectations. We’re now looking forward to welcoming guests and seeing them benefit from the enriching wellbeing experiences we have waiting for them.”
The spa was officially opened by Steve and Sally Morgan, owners of Carden Park.