The chance to indulge in a little pampering is one to be grabbed whenever possible and this experience not only includes a half-hour massage but also access to the spa’s facilities for two hours. Guests can choose between a Swedish or deep tissue massage, either of which will relieve any tension they are carrying in their muscles and leave them feeling soothed and refreshed.
The spas provide a haven of tranquillity in the heart of the city, offering guests the chance to indulge themselves with a dip in the swimming pool, a luxurious session in the jacuzzi or a chance to unwind in the sauna and steam room. For those who like to relax by working up a bit of a sweat, there is a fully-equipped gym with free weights, cardio machines and resistance machines.
Please note there is no pool in the Piccadilly location.
This experience is ideal for anyone with a hectic schedule who could benefit from a chance to take a break from their normal routine and spend some time in an oasis of calm. Whether they have a stressful job, a busy social life or just a hectic schedule packed with an array of responsibilities, this experience will leave them feeling fantastic and the £10 voucher will encourage them to build a little relaxation into their regular schedule.
Please inform us of any skin allergies or medical conditions that may affect you taking part in this experience. 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 experience is available Monday to Friday, throughout the year excluding Bank Holidays, subject to availability.
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You cannot view the reviews on site but a copy of them can be made available on request by phone or email.
To make a request simply go to our contact us page and include the product ID (found on the product page) in the email.
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