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Exquisite Choice Spa Day for Two
Escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life with a day of total relaxation and pampering at a Bannatyne Health Club.
Treat yourself and a friend to a well-deserved spa day and retreat to a place completely dedicated to your health and wellbeing. With spacious therapy rooms and spa facilities designed to ease you into complete relaxation, you'll get the opportunity to truly escape and relax.
With this package, you’ll both receive a 55 minute treatment, which you can choose from the following:
-A Bannatyne expert facial
-A Swedish back, neck and shoulder massage and an energising facial
-A Swedish back, neck and shoulder massage and body polish
-A Swedish full body massage
-An energising facial and a body polish
Upon arrival you will be met at reception where the time of your treatment will be confirmed and you’ll then be shown around the spa. After your treatment you will also be able to use the health club’s facilities for the remainder of the day, which include the fitness club, sauna, hydrotherapy pool and steam room.
Any additional treatments can be purchased direct with the supplier.
Please inform your chosen location 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 Sunday with limited weekend availability, throughout the year. Charlton House is available Monday to Friday only.
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