The best spa days provide an opportunity to find a little inner calm and embrace the idea of disconnecting from the trappings of modern life. This spa day for two is the perfect opportunity for friends, couples or family members to spend some quality time together, catching up as they sit by the pool, or revelling in the companionable silence that is only possible when you are truly at ease.
This experience includes a Germaine de Capuccini Spa Prescriptive Facial for each person, a light lunch and the chance to use the spa facilities throughout the day. The facial can be tailored to suit any skin type and includes a facial massage, which is designed to aid lymphatic drainage, and a scalp massage which is ideal for anyone who wants to feel as though they have been thoroughly spoiled.
Guests are welcome to spend as long as they want at the spa, so this is the perfect chance to take a whole day off and make the most of the swimming pool, steam room, sauna, spa bath and aromatherapy room.
The Germaine de Capuccini Spa Prescriptive Facial lasts around 25 minutes and is tailored to suit the needs of each individual’s skin type. Guests will be able to confirm the time of their facials when they book their experience so they can plan their day of leisure to ensure that they have ample time to make the most of the rest of the facilities.
This experience is perfect for anyone who wants to work up a sweat in the sauna, experience the soothing power of aromatherapy or just lounge by the pool and make the most of the tranquil environment.
A light lunch is included in the package, comprising one course from the ‘Light Bites’ menu which is packed with tasty treats such as soups, salads and paninis. This makes it the ideal experience for anyone who could do with a truly indulgent day, after which they will feel completely revitalised and refreshed.
The minimum age is 16 years old. This experience is available Monday to Thursday, throughout the year.
Pamper Day with Two Treatments at Waterton Park Spa
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