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New Hotel Spa Complex Unveiled

Ye Olde Bell Hotel in Nottinghamshire, has unveiled a new multimillion pound spa. The new development, located in Barnby Moor, offers ten different spa experiences as well as a Herb Garden Brasserie, outdoor relaxation areas with alpine lodges and a beauty salon. The heated indoor and outdoor vitality pool is at the heart of the […]

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Roman Influences

The Gainsborough Bath Spa Hotel is the first and only hotel in the UK to offer its guests the opportunity to access and experience Bath’s famed natural thermal waters in its outstanding spa. Officially opened in July, Barr + Wray secured the filtration and water treatment package for this prominent project, which saw the former […]

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Hotel Chain Invests In New Spa

QHotels is investing over £1.5 million in creating a city centre day spa brand inside the iconic Manchester hotel, The Midland. The former health club is currently being completely replaced with a new, state of the art, yet highly accessible spa which is set to open in June 2015. The spa will boast a Himalayan […]

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Hotel Chain Launches Wellness Retreat

A popular hotel in Cheshire has undergone a £2 million makeover to upgrade its spa and wellness facilities. The Macdonald Craxton Wood Hotel & Spa in Chester, which originated as a 1930s manor house, has been transformed into a luxury spa destination. The new Vital Health & Wellbeing Club includes a selection of therapeutic thermal […]

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City Retreat

The spa at Bulgari Hotel & Residences in Knightsbridge, London is set over two floors, and comprises of a 25m swimming pool, vitality pool, thermal experiences with ice fountains and cooling showers, a relaxation room, 11 treatment rooms, a fully equipped fitness centre and nail salon. F T Leisure designed, supplied, installed and commissioned the […]

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Partners Took Millions From SpaServe

Partners in a failed home hot tub firm that went down with debts of £2.7 million took more than a million pounds out of the business for themselves, fraud trial jurors heard.

An expert accountant called by the prosecution to assess Staffordshire-based Spaserve’s three and a half years of trading concluded that the partners were having money the business could not afford.

Two of the partners, principal shareholder Simon Foster and Stuart Cox are on trial accused of fraudulent trading and conspiracy to defraud. With them in the dock is general manager Johnathon Husselbee. They all deny the charges.

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Olde Worlde Charm

  Not quite a boutique hotel and not quite a country house hotel, The Feversham Arms Hotel, with its award-winning wellness facilities, is recognised as one of the leading small luxury hotels in the world. Set in Helmsley, a market town in the heart of North Yorkshire, guests can enjoy a hotel that has a […]

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