The Bannatyne Group has announced the opening of its £500,000 spa situated nearby to Bannatyne’s Health Club and the recently completed Bannatyne Spa Hotel in St Leonards on Sea, Sussex.
Located in 38 acres of woodland and gardens, the new “Sensory Spa” is in the perfect spot for a break away from the hectic ness of everyday life.
The Sensory chain, part of Dragon’s Den star Duncan Bannatyne’s group of spas, is now offered in 21 out of 61 of his health clubs. It takes a holistic approach to health and wellbeing and accommodates fitness, personal beauty, rehabilitation and relaxation into the experience.
Inside there’s a hair salon as well as a beauty area that provides hair waxing, nail care and professional make up. Also on offer are twin treatment rooms for you and a partner or friend, two out door spas and an innovative relaxation area with heated lounges and piped music. Other features to keep you happy include tennis courts, bowls lawn and an 18-hole golf course.
Specialist treatments available are relaxation massages, luxurious facials, reflexology and body polishing all available for men and women. Also available are complementary medicines and Ionithermie, a treatment to reduce, tone, firm and detoxify cellulite. This treatment is available on the hips and thigh, as a cheek lift and a tummy trim.
The centre is open to non health club member. They stock leading brands Elemis, Tigi, Wella, and Leighton Denny so all the care and attention lavished on your hair and body can be continued at home.
Duncan Bannatyne, Chairman of the Bannatyne Group, said: “It always gives me great satisfaction to open a new venture and I’m delighted to be able to offer visitors to Hastings the complete wellbeing experience.
“From a relaxing stay at the luxury hotel, to working on their fitness in the health club or spending time relaxing and unwinding in the spa, we now offer the whole package.”
Paul Matthews, resort manager of Bannatyne’s in Hastings, said: “We’re delighted to be welcoming the first visitors along to the new spa.
“There is a real focus on quality and high standards of service, which is obvious from the moment you walk in.
“I think the opening of the new spa will have a really positive impact for Hastings, and put us firmly on the map as a haven for those seeking relaxation and rejuvenation.”