Carden Park Welcomes New Spa in the English Countryside

Photo Credit: The Spa at Carden Park

The Spa at Carden (Cheshire, England) celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony last month, hosted by the owners of Carden Park Steve and Sally Morgan, spa director Steve Ewing; and hotel general manager Hamish Ferguson.

The spa is set within the 1,000-acre grounds of the privately owned Carden Park Hotel. The facilities include two large vitality pools, an extensive thermal suite, a beauty lounge, and soothing relaxation spaces. The spa grounds also house the UK’s largest spa gardens, with floor to ceiling windows that provide views of the Cheshire landscape. The spacious interior offers multiple thermal spaces and an all-weather Bollinger champagne bar. The spa’s aim to provide its guests with a nature reset is experienced in the warm earthly tones of the interior as well as the face and body treatments which incorporate freshly picked herbs from The Spa at Carden’s garden.

“This is an incredibly exciting time for us, and the end result has surpassed our expectations," says Ewing. “The Spa at Carden is truly world-class, bringing together the best facilities, new treatments, and the highest level of service. We are now looking forward to welcoming our first guests and seeing them benefit from the enriching wellbeing experiences we have waiting for them.” 

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More details can be found on www.cardenpark.co.uk.

 

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