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Indulgent Spa Escape for Two at Bannatyne Hotel Hastings
Set in 38 acres of formal gardens and woodland, the Bannatyne Spa Hotel at Hastings will make your stay in this beautiful south coast resort town even more memorable. Bannatyne Spa Hotel Hastings has an AA four star hotel rating and is a blend of magnificent accommodation, fantastic service and fine dining.
The Spa and Health Club facilities are located a short walk away making it the perfect location for a getaway. Your spa break includes two nights in a superior bedroom which is decorated and furnished to fit your every need in a warm and welcoming surrounding.
Enjoy your champagne afternoon tea in the Terrace Bar and Lounge, alternatively take in the scenery, weather permitting alfresco style overlooking the delightful formal gardens.
A two course meal is served in the unique Maxine’s restaurant, which overlooks the stunning formal gardens. It is the perfect venue to enjoy the freshly prepared dishes, using the best local and seasonal produce.
Treatments can be taken on either your day of arrival or departure, arrangements will be made at the time of booking your break. Robes, towels and footwear are provided for your convenience.
Please inform the health club 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 experience is available Monday to Sunday, subject to availability throughout the year.
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